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ScoopshotJanuary 24, 2021 |
Scoopshot lets you submit images and footage straight from your phone with their mobile app (free) which will then become available in their store.
You will get a notification as your image is bought, also through the app.
Scoopshot has another business model through its in-image advertising network. If your picture is used, you will share in the advertising revenue.
miPicJanuary 24, 2021 |
miPic is a platform that empowers you with print on demand product manufacturing. Basically, you sell your images as a printed product.
So they take the uploading, tagging, and reviewing part we see with a lot of stock photo sites and combine it with print-on-demand on a wide range of awesome products.More about ‘miPic’ here
Google Opinion RewardsDecember 15, 2020 |
Google Opinion Rewards is a Survey App you can download, both for Android or for iOS.
It’s an ideal solution for all those moments you are waiting, or where you have time to spend.
You can complete a small poll while waiting in line or using public transport.
You will receive your payments through Google Play or PayPal.
Harris Poll OnlineDecember 15, 2020 |
Harris Poll Online is part of Nielsen, a global market research company.Â
The platform of Harris Poll Online offers surveys per points-based system.
You collect points (HIpoints) for every survey you participate in and points can be redeemed for rewards.
They have developed an app in which you can browse and select surveys to participate in.
FotomotoDecember 9, 2020 |
Fotomoto by itself is not a website but a widget that you can use on your own website. It lets you add print-on-demand e-commerce functionality.
I just found out about Fotomoto and this brief post probably doesn’t do it justice, but I wanted to share it anyway. Make sure to come back here, and check for an update as soon as I have checked Fotomoto myself.
My name is Jip, and I created the Side Gig Longlist to learn all I can about blogging and making money online.
Having decades of experience in information technology, I decided to explore all the non-technical aspects of blogging, marketing, and promoting.
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