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    Make Money with KashKick

    April 13, 2021 |

    KashKick is a relatively new GPT (or get-paid-to) perform tasks platform. In this post, I like to give more information about KashKick and try to find out if you can make money with KashKick.

    Like other survey sites, their platform helps companies to collect feedback from consumers and get their products or services in front of potential customers.
    As you take part in surveys, watch videos, play games, or try an offer, you are generating data for those companies and KashKick will pay you for participating.

    More about ‘Make Money with KashKick’ here
  • InboxDollars

    February 20, 2021 |

    With InboxDollars you start earning money even with the registration itself as they will give you an instant $5 bonus immediately. After signing up you have a lot of options to earn some extra money, even with completing your profile ($0.50).More about ‘InboxDollars’ here

  • Swagbucks

    January 10, 2021 |

    Swagbucks is a must-try if you like to monetize your waiting time.
    Waiting for the subway? Do a quick survey.
    Traveling home by bus? Watch a video for rewards.
    Waiting in line at the stores? Take a poll.

    Swagbucks will not make you rich (as far as I know), but you will find it very easy to earn some extra cash with all the different methods they provide.

    More about ‘Swagbucks’ here

  • Prolific

    December 15, 2020 |

    Prolific has a no-nonsense approach. What they do, what they expect, and how it works is all described in brief and clear content:
    “On Prolific, you get paid cash for taking part in engaging research (no silly points or prize draws). No PhDs required!”

    They offer surveys, games, studies about scientific research, new products, or public opinion. Some are long, some are short.More about ‘Prolific’ here


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