If you would like to work from home then you must diversify how you bring in income. Will you have something that can cover some bills if your websites and/or blogs are having a slow month. There are literally hundreds of different ways to make money online and when your websites are having a slow month you do have some options on how you would like to pick up the slack. A common action taken by those who are needing to increase income is getting paid to take surveys. I have personally experienced earning a decent income from doing this and if you are willing to work hard enough taking these surveys can actually cover quite a few bills. I have talked with some online friends who took survey taking to the next level and actually earned enough to pay their rent each month. Now this work is not nearly as simple as it seems since the actual pay to work ratio is usually around 7-10 dollars an hour.

If you decide that you need something to help you cover some bills and decide on taking surveys the first step will be finding different companies you can work for. There are several things you should look for when trying to decide on which survey company you want to take surveys for. The first and most important aspect of any survey is making sure they will never charge you. If a survey company charges more than likely it is a pyramid scheme rather than a legitimate company. Survey websites are paid by advertisers rather than the work force so if their income is coming from people who are signing up to take the surveys their business model is not very practical. Make sure the companies income is coming from advertisers and not the survey takers.

Now you can type into google “get paid to take surveys” and find a good amount of companies. You can study their business and make sure it makes sense to you and is absolutely free. The next thing to check is what people are saying about the website. The reason scams do not last long is because when people are either ripped off or are not paid for the surveys they take it is possible for them to tell the world about it by either writing a review on their blog or on a social website. So before you sign up on any paying survey website search the web for a review of the site. This will help you determine whether or not it is worth trying out. If you are planning to take the surveys rather than affiliate marketing only sign up with established companies. A couple that I have found are cashcrate.com and vindale.com both are completely free and both have paid me.

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