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Hi, I'm new to all the moneymaking online but keen to start my journey with you guys, so here goes:

Surveys signed up for so far this month:

Prolific Academic - £1.30
Opinion world - £1.20
Opinium research - £1. 10
Pinecone - £3.00
Qmee - £1.00
Mintvine - £1.00
Viewbank
Citizenme
Surveybees
Crowdology
Life points
Fivestars


Apps signed up for so far this month:

Field Agent - £4 (pretty quiet now)
App jobber - £2
Click and walk - £2
Mobeye
Voxpopme
Roamler (need activation code)

Micro tasking to test my creative side (after I'm up and running with surveys and other tasks)

Audio typing
Take note
Casting words
Crowdsurf
Clickworker
Code3
Microworker
Tester job
Test birds
The crunch product test
U test
Website testing
Vypr

Will post more when I've followed up with search evaluator job applications (thanks Jon)!
 

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Quick update
I've read Katy Kicker guide on PA and Clicksense and both paying well - £4 + £3.50
I'm not likely to continue with FA as tasks are so infrequent
Want to try T 360 but only works on IOS
Mobeye and Voxpopme need bit more effort to set up

I'll get up and running on Citizenme and Viewbank to add to my main tally as they pay out quicker and surveys are more frequent.

I'll update when signed up to the rest on the list (thinking Pinecone might pay out first)
 
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Quick update
I've read Katy Kicker guide on PA and Clicksense and both paying well - £4 + £3.50
I'm not likely to continue with FA as tasks are so infrequent
Want to try T 360 but only works on IOS
Mobeye and Voxpopme need bit more effort to set up

I'll get up and running on Citizenme and Viewbank to add to my main tally as they pay out quicker and surveys are more frequent.

I'll update when signed up to the rest on the list (thinking Pinecone might pay out first)
Just to let you know. Task360 is now bemyeye which is on iOS and Android
 
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After more thought need to set myself some goals and becoming a driving instructor plays into my overall aim of becoming self-employed. If I can make money from home along the way to support this (or indeed) live off eventually, that would be great!

So its best to start with the cold hard stats of what its gonna take:

Part 1 theory test is £81
Part 2 practical is £111 for the test and takes around 20 hours tuition so that’s £611
Part3 10hrs in car plus 20 hrs to get ready for part 3 and test = £1000 incl £140 provisional license
Total £2000 includes Approved driving instructor license fee of £300
Then 60 hrs as Provisional driving instructor = £1200 at £20 ph earned over 2 months to cover running costs
Adding £40 fuel working 20 hrs per week = £1520
So there’s a deficit of £480

It would be good to build up my revenues before I start the first part in June. This will cover my training and get me into the swing of earn as I learn.

I'm still looking to mainly earn through surveys/task apps (£200 per month) and search evaluator jobs (£600 per month) this will be a good start to me earning an eventual £1200 per month. I'll also have to try match betting and see how much I can make. :)
 
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I've added to my list though will have to narrow down so leaves more time for paid work and task apps. I should still be able to get £200 per month with the below surveys and task apps:

Surveys aim - £40 per month - £10 per week (so far this month)
Prolific academies - £6.20
Maru Voice UK - £4.50
Respondent - £4
Pinecone - £4
Opinion World - £3.50
Opinium Research - £3
Qmee - £2.80
Mintvine/Branded surveys £2.50
Viewsbank - £2.20
Populus live - £2
NewVistalive - £2
Clixsense - £1.70
Instagc - £1.50
Crowdology - £1.20
MySurvey - need about 100 points to cash out £10
Panelbase - waiting for my £10 cashout (was already signed to this) & have another £4.20 earned on the way to next cashout

I've dropped life points, Five stars, Survey bees and MyVoice, though going to see how I get on with
I-say and Your Say Pays, but just signed up to these:
Quick thoughts
Enlightly
Curious cat
Voxpopme

Tasking apps £160pm - £40 pw (so far this month)
Be my eye - £15
StreetSpotr - £14
Mobeye - £9.80
Streetbees - £7
Clicandwalk - £4
Eyes On - lots of work but problem processing payment

The rest are very quiet:
App jobber
Job Spotter
EasyShift
Spare 5
Shepper
Assosia - still waiting to see if I'm accepted
Pondengo - still waiting to see if I'm accepted

I'm steady at the moment but will probably have to get onto a few more task apps to make up for the work gradually slowing down. Now that I've got a core group of surveys and tasks I can move onto user testing and match betting next month to build towards my £800 per month goal. Obviously still got a long way to go :)
 

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Quick update
I've read Katy Kicker guide on PA and Clicksense and both paying well - £4 + £3.50
I'm not likely to continue with FA as tasks are so infrequent
Want to try T 360 but only works on IOS
Mobeye and Voxpopme need bit more effort to set up

I'll get up and running on Citizenme and Viewbank to add to my main tally as they pay out quicker and surveys are more frequent.

I'll update when signed up to the rest on the list (thinking Pinecone might pay out first)
Glad you found my posts useful!
 

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Quick update as I've added a few more survey sites:

Swagbucks - Once your points reach the minimum payout of 1 SB (40p) you can exchange them for high street gift cards or cash payment via Paypal. There's also £3 signup bonus.

InboxPounds - Earn cash by taking online surveys, reading emails, searching the web and playing online games. Once your balance reaches £20 you can request payment via cheque or prepaid Mastercard.

MySurvey - Enter online surveys, record diaries and take part in product tests which is ideal for building up my writing ability. I can earn up to £5 in rewards for each task.

Debating whether to join valued opinions, toluna or mingle
 

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What you're earning from those survey sites just doesn't seem worth your time. £1.70 from one, £1.20 from another etc. For the sake of £10 a week I would personally bin them ALL off and instead focus more on higher paying work.

Doing endless low paying stuff is a sure fire way to reach burn out when it comes to online earning!
 

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I've put more into my regular survey sites and will review when I cash out:
Prolific Academic - £8.30
Maru Voice UK - £7.50
Respondent - £6.50 (upcoming focus studies for extra cash)
Pinecone - £5.00 (reviewing products for extra cash)
Opinium research - £4.50
Mintvine - £4.50
Qmee - £4 (very quiet)
Viewbank - £3
Citizenme - £3
Voxpopme - £2.50 (good for reviewing products alongside surveys)
MySurvey - (good for reviewing products alongside surveys)
Opinion world - £1.20 (very quiet)
Crowdology - £2.20 (very quiet)
Panelbase - received my £10 cashout

Dropped Populus live NewVistalive Clixsense Instagc uick Thoughts Enlighty Curious Cat as cashout is way too long... same with Opinion world and Crowdology

Already earned £2.50 with Swagbucks and £2 with Index Pounds so will keep the if its saving for gifts

I've got through screening phase of Appen and isoftstone so will take tests next month. I'll also focus on more task apps, user testing and match betting.
 

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Dropped my survey, crowdology, opinion world, qumee and panelbase as I've cashed out

Finalised list is:
Prolific Academic £18
Maru Voice UK £15
Pinecone £12
Viewbank £10
Voxpopme £8
Clixsense £7

Mission apps list:
Eyes On £22 payment received
Mobeye £15
Streetspotr £11
Field Agent £4 (quiet)
Job spotter £3
Shepper £2
App jobber and Easy shift have tasks to try

I'm on track for making £60 pm with task apps which will be main source of income whilst I wait for search evaluator jobs to start providing I get the right result from the tests later this month.

I'll probably drop most of the surveys when I cash out this month. In the meantime does anyone know of any other task apps I could try?
 
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Dropped my survey, crowdology, opinion world, qumee and panelbase as I've cashed out

Finalised list is:
Prolific Academic £18
Maru Voice UK £15
Pinecone £12
Viewbank £10
Voxpopme £8
Clixsense £7

Mission apps list:
Eyes On £22 payment received
Mobeye £15
Streetspotr £11
Field Agent £4 (quiet)
Job spotter £3
Shepper £2
App jobber and Easy shift have tasks to try

I'm on track for making £60 pm with task apps which will be main source of income whilst I wait for search evaluator jobs to start providing I get the right result from the tests later this month.

I'll probably drop most of the surveys when I cash out this month. In the meantime does anyone know of any other task apps I could try?
Roamler is the only smartphone task app I see missing from your list
 

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I've been keeping busy building my list of money making ventures

I've joined all the testing sites and already been accepted to do auditing jobs and fixing bug reports varying from £40-£80 with some paying £40 pm to maintain the websites. There are more asking for users to comment on the usability of websites (£20 to answer a series of questions on the last one I did)

I also have transcriber jobs to do via World Market varying £20-50 depending on length of videos. Also been told

My survey list stays the same cashed out with:
Prolific Academic £30
Maru Voice UK £25
Pinecone £20
Clixsense £15
Voxpopme £12

I've been putting more time into surveys but will put more into working for Bing and getting up and running with being a search evaluator later this month.

I'm continuing to build on task apps: Eyes On (£40) Streetspotr (£28) Field Agent (£20) Streetspotr (£18) Job spotter (£17)
Mobeye (£12) Shepper (£4) have to be reviewed
App jobber (£2) very slow but Easy shift (£6) looks promising.

I'll try the Roamler app - thanks Jon I need a code to get started, do you have one?
 
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Crikey you are doing really well considering you've only been at this a few weeks now!
 

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Been a while since my last update: I've been away but managed to do more missions:

Eyes On £65
BemyEye £45 (good starter)
Easy Shift £30 (unable to cash out due to technical issues)
Streetspotr £27
Field Agent £25
Streetspotr (£18)
Job spotter (£17)
Mobeye (£15) and Shepper (£10) gone quiet

Prolific Academic £55
Maru Voice UK £40
Pinecone £35
Clixsense £28
Voxpopme £22

I've been accepted onto a few surveys with Respondent offering £350 in total providing I write an online diary recording of my experiences using new apps.

I've also got a few site audits to do with Applause offering £100 per visit.

Sadly I didn't get the search evaluator job but there are a number of projects coming up offering £100

So I have more options to explore including transcribing and writing reviews on freelance sites Fivver, Work Market and Up Work.
 

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Been a while since my last update: I've been away but managed to do more missions:

Eyes On £65
BemyEye £45 (good starter)
Easy Shift £30 (unable to cash out due to technical issues)
Streetspotr £27
Field Agent £25
Streetspotr (£18)
Job spotter (£17)
Mobeye (£15) and Shepper (£10) gone quiet

Prolific Academic £55
Maru Voice UK £40
Pinecone £35
Clixsense £28
Voxpopme £22

I've been accepted onto a few surveys with Respondent offering £350 in total providing I write an online diary recording of my experiences using new apps.

I've also got a few site audits to do with Applause offering £100 per visit.

Sadly I didn't get the search evaluator job but there are a number of projects coming up offering £100

So I have more options to explore including transcribing and writing reviews on freelance sites Fivver, Work Market and Up Work.
Those Respondent fees sound awesome. I keep looking on there but haven’t found anything suitable yet but I live in hope!
 

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Forgot to mention I'm also signed up to Pondengo recording my intake of alcohol for £45. There are some other great surveys available through Sarros foundation: £50 on uses of public transport and £65 doing an interview online regarding the use of new banking apps.
 

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