The Good

 

The Good

The programs in this category are legit. Note: This is a partial list. Scroll to the bottom for more.

  • 1Q – An app that sends you one question surveys.
  • AddMeFast — A site where people exchange Facebook likes, Twitter followers and retweets, Pinterests followers, etc.
  • AffiloBlueprint — Learn affiliate marketing.
  • Affilorama — Free internet marketing training.
  • After The Deadline — A free Chrome add-on that checks your writing for grammar mistakes.
  • Article Document — Get paid for writing articles and social media postings.
  • BeFrugal – Earn cashback on purchases.
  • Blog Meets Brand – Earn money with your blog.
  • BlogMutt – Write posts for small business blogs. Posts are 250 words each and pay $8. Payouts are weekly, but it takes a few weeks to a few months until your account is credited for your work.
  • CB Passive Income – Make money from email marketing without an autoresponder.
  • ClearVoice — Register a writer’s account, set up your profile, and get hired by brands.
  • Content Divas – Writers are sent batches of articles to work on every now and then.
  • Content Runner – Fill out your profile and people looking for writers can contact you and negotiate a price.
  • Copify – Pay isn’t high, but you can get some extra work every now and then.
  • Crowd Content – Write articles for between 1.2 through 7.6 cents per word.
  • Dealspotr — A site that helps you find deals on purchases, and pays you for being active on their site!
  • Earnably — Earn money by doing small tasks. Payouts start at $1.
  • FiverUp — A Fiverr Alternative.
  • FlexJobs – A site that lists legit and screened work at home, part-time, temporary, and other flexible jobs.
  • Free Eats – Get paid for receiving text messages.  – Get paid for receiving text messages.
  • GetACopyWriter — A content mill that pays $20-$40 per article.
  • Go Freebies — Find coupons, free product samples, and free offers for all types of products.
  • Grammarly — A grammar checker that includes a free version. Checks spelling and grammar and is available in many ways.
  • Hemingway App — Checks your writing for clarity and quality. Free to use.
  • Hit4Hit — Website visitors and banner exchange program, plus A/B website testing.
  • Honey Coupons — A browser extension that offers cashback and applies coupons to your purchases automatically.
  • INeedArticles – A content mill that hasn’t been accepting for a long time at the time of this writing.
  • IAPWE.org – The International Association of Professional Writers and Editors is free to join, but you must submit a writing sample with your application. They provide a lot of resources to writers, including a comprehensive list of writing jobs.
  • IBO Exchange — Exchange Facebook likes, Twitter followers, etc. All social channels included.
  • Jaaxy — A super-sophisticated keyword tool that includes accurate search metrics from Google, Yahoo and Bing, exact amounts of competing websites, domain availability information, website ranking information, suggested keyword lists, and much more. Free trial available.
  • Just Retweet –– Exchange Twitter retweets.
  • Keyword Keg — Free keyword tool.
  • Like4Like — Like people’s Facebook pages, follow them on Twitter, like their Youtube videos, in exchange for likes on your own page etc. All social channels included.
  • Long Tail Pro – One of my favorite keyword tools.
  • Marketers Paradise — Best tips and tricks for affiliate marketing.
  • Media Shower – A content mill that pays $25 Per article.
  • Mr. Rebates — Earn cash back on your purchases.
  • NeedAnArticle – A content mill that hasn’t been accepting for a long time at the time of this writing.
  • PaidForumPosting.com – Get paid 20 cents for each 25-word forum post.
  • PaidPerTweet — Sign up, link your Twitter account, and get paid for sending out promoted tweets.
  • Palfish — Download the Palfish app and start chatting with and tutoring people who are studying English as a second language.
  • PrizeRebel — Earn money by taking surveys, completing offers, and more.
  • Research Unlimited — Take part in studies and get monetary compensation.
  • Shop.com – Cashback and coupons.
  • ShopAtHome — Earn cashback on your online shopping.
  • Skillshare – Learn from over 14,000 online courses.
  • SlideJoy — Android app that pays you for ads on your lockscreen.
  • S’more App — Earn money by having ads displayed on your lockscreen.
  • Social Media Traffic Exchange —  Exchange Facebook likes, Twitter followers, etc. All social channels included.
  • Sponsored Tweets — Get paid by companies for tweeting about them.
  • Spyvisit — A superior Google Analytics alternative that shows you videos of exactly what you visitors were doing on your site and where they clicked on and scrolled to, including mouse movements.
  • Swarm Content — Sell your pre-written articles.
  • TextBroker – Get paid between 0.7, 1, 1.4, 0r 5 cents per word for writing articles, depending on your level. Pays weekly.
  • TinyPNG — A tool to optimize your images.
  • TopCashBack — Earn cash back on your purchases at hundreds of stores.
  • Traffic Travis — Free keyword and SEO research tool.
  • Uento App — Earn money on your Android phone by completing offers and surveys.
  • UpWork – You can apply for jobs listed on this site and suggest a price. There is a lot of competition and pay rates can be really low, but if you do it right you can land a nice gig every now and then.
  • UtubeCash — Teaches how to make money from Youtube.
  • Viral Content Buzz — Share stuff on social media, in return for other people sharing your own stuff.
  • Qmee — make money by clicking on ads that appear in your search results.
  • Wealthy Affiliate – A online training platform that teaches you how to earn a passive income by blogging. Also provides domain registration and hosting + an interactive and active community. Free membership includes limited features while premium membership is $49 a month ($19 for the first month).
  • Whaff Locker — Earn money from ads on your Android’s lockscreen.
  • WP Profit Builder – Create landing pages by drag and drop.
  • Zen Content — Another writing company
  • Zerys – A content mill that allows people to post jobs at the price of their choice.

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2 Comments

  1. Spencer

    Why you disable right clicks on your website. Not common sense! I hate it when people disable right clicks on websites. SMH! >:(

    I don’t like right click disabled websites! Change it to right-click friendly!

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Spencer,

      Hey, I have nothing against right clicking. I actually like it, as it gives you the option to copy a link’s URL, open a link in a new tab or window, and more. 🙂 However, it also gives people the option to copy and paste. I’ve seen so websites that people just copied from. 🙁 To prevent people from using my articles on their own website, I disabled it.
      I hope you understand! If you have any further questions, please let me know. 🙂

      Reply

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