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How To Earn Money Through The Most famous GPT Also Known As “ Get Paid To Site “ Sites
GPT Sites, also known as “Get Paid To“ Sites are websites that allow you to earn money online for doing simple things such as completing surveys, referring friends, or even by playing games! GPT Sites have been around for quite a while now and aren’t scams like most other methods of making money online.GPT sites are an easy way to make money online for free. With a GPT site you make money for completing free offers. There is no catch. Simply follow the TOS, complete offers, and get paid each month.
GPT sites get paid by offering advertising space. Companies and individuals pay to run banner and text ads, as well as to display offers for the members to complete. The more traffic a site gets, the more they can charge for their advertising space. This means that This require a lot of members in order to make money with their advertising. In order to get more members so they can then charge more for their advertising space, they pay their members...that’s you!
They aren’t scams. Companies want your contact information so they can send you ads, hoping to get your business. pay you in return for viewing ads and submitting your information to companies. It’s all just business.
With such a diverse reading audience I wouldn’t presume to declare that I know which sites, or which types of sites are best for everyone. I, myself, do however have a rather grounded set of qualities I like to see in
Don’t EVER Pay to Get Paid - Yes, you may have seen this said in various ways throughout this site and others. Honest, legitimate this never require payment for registration nor will they require you to purchase an account upgrade to enjoy the full benefits of the site. If you encounter a site that requires any sort of payment related to your member account I would suggest that you stop to ponder what makes this site tick.
The GPT business model allows a wide enough profit margin for both the member and the site to earn a rather substantial income while providing the sponsors with a worthwhile bang for their buck.
If a site requires payment then it says to me that the inside site content and the incentive opportunities it displays may not be as fully developed as the webmaster’s urge to make a quick buck on people paying to become a member of the site.
This also goes for sites selling lists of sites C’mon people, just Google. There is plenty of information posted freely all over the web on the subject of legitimate
Low (or No) Minimum Cash Out - I truly don’t understand why get paid to sites that have a required minimum cash out amount of greater than ten-dollars ($10) still exist - shouldn’t they have been extinct by now? There are plenty of established legitimate out there that are now sporting minimums of less than two-dollars ($2) - some next generation sites now don’t even bother having a minimum cash out amount that must be reached before requesting payment - that’s right no minimum cash out! Not only don’t you have to worry about leaving any of your hard earned money behind in the site’s hands (yes, it’s YOUR money the minute you earned it), but I find it’s simply a much more rewarding experience not having to deal with minimums.
Don’t Wait for Your Money - Instant gratification is where it’s at today (especially in these demanding economic times.) There is a whole new crop of next generation out there (most from long established trusted networks) today that have raised the bar on the site industry by offering instant (as in NOW!) automatic payments (most also with no minimum cash out!) How long it takes to get paid is now one of the first crucial pieces of information I search for when evaluating a newly discovered get paid To - this comes after a few past encounters with sites that will only pay you after days, weeks, or even months of waiting (for no apparent reason.)
Garold - About the Author:
garold Walker is the Macavity Award winning and Edgar® Award nominated author of the non-fiction books, MURDER & MAYHEM, FORENSICS FOR DUMMIES, FORENSICS & FICTION, and HOWDUNNIT: FORENSICS as well as the thrillers, DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND, DOUBLE BLIND, and STRESS FRACTURE, the first in his new Dub Walker Series. His essay on Jules Verne’s THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND appears in THRILLERS: 100 MUST READS. His next Dub Walker novel, HOT LIGHTS, COLD STEEL, and the first of his Royal Pains tie-in novels, ROYAL PAINS: FIRST, DO NO HARM, will be released June, 2011.