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Earning money online. Something people always ask about but is it really possible without filling in endless surveys that take up too much time?
Qmee might just have the answer. It’s a browser app that you install which then works seamlessly behind the scenes so that when you next do a search, either on Google/Yahoo/Bing or even eBay or Amazon, you will see a Qmee sidebar pop up with alternative results for what you are looking for.
So what? I hear you say. The difference is these results have cash rewards attached, that YOU can earn by clicking on the result if it interests you.
The results are small, between 5 cents and 50 cents depending on what you are searching for, which may not seem like a lot but it will add up over time and you are getting money for something you were going to do anyway. And, Qmee is free to use! So it is modest money for not doing anything different.
Qmee results don’t appear all the time, only when there is something relevant to show you so the app doesn’t interfere with your everyday browsing and you can choose to ignore the results if you are not interested.
For a quick roundup of how it works, check out this video:
A huge positive is that Qmee rewards aren’t points or fake money – they are real cash amounts that are added to your piggybank which you can click on anytime to view your balance. Best of all, you can cash out at any time as well – there is no minimum payment amount and the money goes straight to your PayPal, or you can choose to donate it to charity. There are a couple of listed charities you can choose to donate to but if you have a request, get in touch to see if they can add it.
It really is that simple – earn money for searching online, which is something that you already do. Simply signup, which only requires a username and password, install the add-on and begin searching. It works best in Chrome and Firefox but there is an IE version available if you can bear it, and a Safari version coming soon.
Even if you don’t search that much, getting a bit of cash for the searches you do seems like a no-brainer.
Qmee is in beta at the moment, so you need an invite to be able to join which you can get here, but it is definitely worth checking out. You can get signed up on this link.
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