Lots of people want to work at home. Lots of scammers take advantage of that to rip people off. I’ve investigated many possibilities over the years.
http://www.swagbucks.com is a legitimate way to earn a little money at home. And I do mean “a little.” This does not pay like a real job. On the other hand, here I am by the computer, why not make a dollar or two. Two dollars a day is sixty dollars a month, which makes a difference for me.
Swagbucks connects advertisers with eyeballs, our eyeballs. To keep the eyeballs’ attention, they have video clips, not just plain ads. They have games too, and surveys. The big bucks is in surveys. I don’t get many, my demographics aren’t suitable. If you have some income and some kids to spend it on, you’ll do better. It also helps if you make some kind of purchasing decisions at your job.
I spend most of my Swagbucks time in the “encrave” section, playing short video clips regarding entertainment and current events. I open another browser tab to also do whatever else I’m doing while the clips play.
Swagbucks pays in gift cards from a wide selection of popular retailers.
If you sign up through this link, Swagbucks will pay me a little something. They give their members incentives to invite new members. http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/mbrack
Marie Brack is the author of Frugal Living for the 21st Century: Adventures in Using Your Money Wisely. It’s available on Amazon.com in both Kindle and paperback versions.