2018 my earnings from home

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pliusiukas

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OK, I am stay at home mum, cant work because of childcare and I need £10k :(

I think this year I can earn:
1. Newvistalive £50 (but I just get a voucher 2 weeks ago, so not sure if I get enough surveys during the year)
2. populuslive £50 (at the moment have £27, so I have a hope)
3. onepoll £40 (now £35 for around 3 months already, but I still have a hope!!!!!)
4. panelbase £50 (usually £10 every 2 or 3 months only)
5. mintvine £25
6. opinionoutpost £15
7. yoursaypays £20
8. globaltestmarket £10
9. surveynetwork £20
10. opinionresearch £25
11. ipoll £25
12. i-say £25 (in amazon vouchers)
So total around £340 per year only. Ok, probably will be alittle bit more, so maybe £400.

Get contract with Appen or similar is my dream, but probably it wont happens anyway :/ Waiting 2 years and only was worked just few months with appen.
I have Roamler and few more apps, but because I do not live in town centre there is nothing around me, cant do job £3 if bus ticket until will cost £4. Maybe will be £10-£30 per year maximum.

Mystery shopping jobs - well I do them when I can, but still I can get only 1-2 jobs per month which are worth to do (metro/bus tickets £4 and I have no time to spend in town all day anyway).

Would be nice to write a blog, but not sure if I can, so probably not this year.
I am banned from prolific academic :mad: and lost lots of money with MB so they are not for me. Maybe just I need to find better website stepbystep for MB. Maybe one day I will have time to check more about it in google.

For January I would love to get at least £150 (get into my acc, not to finish 1 survey and say "oh I earned 50p today"). Not sure how it is possible, but I will try my best.
 

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I think you are underestimating some of those.

You should be able to get two cheques in a year from Populous at least so that is £100
Opinion outpost annoyed me in the end for all the screen outs but I was getting on average £5 a month so that at least another £50 a year. Same with Global Test Market.

Are you with Pinecone Research? That should generate another £50 a year again.

Are you techy minded at all? There are the testing sites like test birds, utest etc. There are threads about them on here if you search.

You are right about Appen etc being the big earners.

Maybe try again with matched betting, signing up to Profit accumulator. True it's not for everyone one though.

Best of luck
 

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Affiliate marketing might be worth a try if you're willing to think more long term :)
 

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oh, yes, pinecone :) but its probably £3 or £6 per month (or per 2 months), so around £30-£40 per year.
Populus live, I have never had £100 per year :) always £50 and a half :)
I am a mum with a nursery running, cooking, playing with a child and so on and on. In real I have maximum just 3 hours per day or even less and lots of surveys in evening (when finally all my family is in a bed) are "we have enough answers for this survey or its closed blablabla). During school holidays I have no time at all for surveys, cant tell my child "oh, sorry, stay 30 mins alone, mumy is doing survey for 50p now" :D

English isnt my native language (not even the second one), I was registered with utest and similar but I think I didnt understand anything :/ Didnt get even 1p, so not for me.

I lost money because of Profit accumulator :D probably its my english, coz I was sure I did everything as website told me to do but it was wrong and I lost money. I like gambling (lost £3000 last year), so took all free bonuses, bets etc, have none free bets to start again. Well, seems I do not need understand MB at the moment at all. I love to play slots more, easy, just press "spin" :D

Affiliate marketing it is something I would like to do it, but cant do in my native language, and my english is too bad for blogging in Eng :/
 

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Ok, so because I forget pinecone, crowdology and wepaypersurvey, so probably per year will be around £500 from surveys :) enough only cover 1 credit card from 5 :/ Anyway, better than nothing. Still looking for a good idea for the rest of £9500 :D
 

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With matched betting you have to be disciplined and tight, gamblers will always lose in the long run, i wish you could put more effort into it. Honestly people on PA are always happy to help. You need to focus your time where you get better rewards and to me, thats matched betting. I do surveys when its quiet, looking after a toddler is no easy job but we need the money. English is not my first language too but when it comes to making money, im aggressive...
 

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With matched betting you have to be disciplined and tight, gamblers will always lose in the long run, i wish you could put more effort into it. Honestly people on PA are always happy to help. You need to focus your time where you get better rewards and to me, thats matched betting. I do surveys when its quiet, looking after a toddler is no easy job but we need the money. English is not my first language too but when it comes to making money, im aggressive...
well, seems after school holiday I need to try to learn about MB again.
 

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First money ;) £1.03 from curious cat app :) I found out about this app yesterday on this forum and today I get cashout :)
£1.03 / £150 January

Booked few mystery shopper jobs (2X£10 but will spend £4 for metro ticket), did few surveys so far, bought something cheap on Amazon via code website and selling on FB group, at the moment biggest offer with £5 profit :) Found few items I can sell on Ebay.
 

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OK, I am stay at home mum, cant work because of childcare and I need £10k :(

I think this year I can earn:
1. Newvistalive £50 (but I just get a voucher 2 weeks ago, so not sure if I get enough surveys during the year)
2. populuslive £50 (at the moment have £27, so I have a hope)
3. onepoll £40 (now £35 for around 3 months already, but I still have a hope!!!!!)
4. panelbase £50 (usually £10 every 2 or 3 months only)
5. mintvine £25
6. opinionoutpost £15
7. yoursaypays £20
8. globaltestmarket £10
9. surveynetwork £20
10. opinionresearch £25
11. ipoll £25
12. i-say £25 (in amazon vouchers)
So total around £340 per year only. Ok, probably will be alittle bit more, so maybe £400.

Get contract with Appen or similar is my dream, but probably it wont happens anyway :/ Waiting 2 years and only was worked just few months with appen.
I have Roamler and few more apps, but because I do not live in town centre there is nothing around me, cant do job £3 if bus ticket until will cost £4. Maybe will be £10-£30 per year maximum.

Mystery shopping jobs - well I do them when I can, but still I can get only 1-2 jobs per month which are worth to do (metro/bus tickets £4 and I have no time to spend in town all day anyway).

Would be nice to write a blog, but not sure if I can, so probably not this year.
I am banned from prolific academic :mad: and lost lots of money with MB so they are not for me. Maybe just I need to find better website stepbystep for MB. Maybe one day I will have time to check more about it in google.

For January I would love to get at least £150 (get into my acc, not to finish 1 survey and say "oh I earned 50p today"). Not sure how it is possible, but I will try my best.
Why did you get banned from prolific, just curious
 

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Why did you get banned from prolific, just curious
they found out I am not British and banned. with my real info - was born in another country I didnt get surveys. I changed it to "born in UK" and could do them. After few months I get nasty email from them and was banned.
 

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they found out I am not British and banned. with my real info - was born in another country I didnt get surveys. I changed it to "born in UK" and could do them. After few months I get nasty email from them and was banned.
Thats harsh....
 

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First money ;) £1.03 from curious cat app :) I found out about this app yesterday on this forum and today I get cashout :)
£1.03 / £150 January

Booked few mystery shopper jobs (2X£10 but will spend £4 for metro ticket), did few surveys so far, bought something cheap on Amazon via code website and selling on FB group, at the moment biggest offer with £5 profit :) Found few items I can sell on Ebay.
Sounds really hard - I'd also love to earn £150 a month! it's so hard, as a lot of them require a lot of output and little income as reward. Not sure if you saw before but here's some ideas:

1. Slicethepie.com - reviewing music, commercials, phone cases, clothing etc. Pays anywhere between 4 cents to 20 cents per review. You have to hit $10 though before you can cash out to your Paypal. With determination, you can hit $10 a week which depending on exchange rates is anywhere between £7 - £8.

2. Qmee - I really like this one because you can cash out even the smallest amount to your Paypal...I think the lowest I did once was 7p! There's surveys everyday and you also get paid for searching. Really easy cash, I can make about £12 a month.

3. Use cashback sites for anything you're buying online. Quidco is a personal favourite but Top Cashback is also good too although I don't use it.

Also - apparently posting on here you could earn £5 this month! :)
 

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slicehepie :D oh I did it maybe 7 years ago or similar :D always get banned because "use too much the same words" :D Totally forget about it, but how i remember it was wasting of time :)

Qmee is always on :) cashed out this month 49p already :) Maximum I can do its few pounds per month :)
Cashback sites I do not call "earnings", its just discounts, nothing special. Yes, of course I use them, but I shopping 99.9% on Amazon there is nothing to cashback, sometimes 1% only.

So this month so far £1.03+£0.49qmee = £1.52 :D
Will be panelbase (waiting £12.50) and mintvine (waiting $12) but will add only when I get them.
 

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Sounds really hard - I'd also love to earn £150 a month! it's so hard, as a lot of them require a lot of output and little income as reward. Not sure if you saw before but here's some ideas:

1. Slicethepie.com - reviewing music, commercials, phone cases, clothing etc. Pays anywhere between 4 cents to 20 cents per review. You have to hit $10 though before you can cash out to your Paypal. With determination, you can hit $10 a week which depending on exchange rates is anywhere between £7 - £8.

2. Qmee - I really like this one because you can cash out even the smallest amount to your Paypal...I think the lowest I did once was 7p! There's surveys everyday and you also get paid for searching. Really easy cash, I can make about £12 a month.

3. Use cashback sites for anything you're buying online. Quidco is a personal favourite but Top Cashback is also good too although I don't use it.

Also - apparently posting on here you could earn £5 this month! :)
I'd completely forgotten about Slice the pie. I used to do that then just stopped. I need to give that a go again!
 

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I'd completely forgotten about Slice the pie. I used to do that then just stopped. I need to give that a go again!
It's quite good! I easily make $10 a week but then I go a few weeks with no effort and it all falls off, and I have to get back into the swing of it. Definitely one that's been quite consistent over the years in terms of payout in my opinion :)
 

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Have you tried swagbucks, it’s a bit like marmite love it or hate it, generally it’s worth giving it a go, it’s easy enough to earn 100 poinrs a day before you do surveys, by watching videos, playing online games and searching the internet
 

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Have you tried swagbucks, it’s a bit like marmite love it or hate it, generally it’s worth giving it a go, it’s easy enough to earn 100 poinrs a day before you do surveys, by watching videos, playing online games and searching the internet
Someone posted warning £700+ in a year on swagbucks on here the other day :)
 

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I think this is quite a good benchmark to set because hopefully (and I'm pretty sure) you'll exceed it and be happier to have earned more than you thought!

With Pinecone though, I can't say I'd ever reach £50 per year, but Ipsos does have (I find) more potential so keep it going. I'll have to get back in to a little SliceThePie action too (as hair pulling as it can be sometimes!)