Making the Most at Getting PaidApr 14, 2000 Write an essay on this topic.
A year ago it was a lot easier to decide which "Get Paid" programs were right for you. There were only a few and none of them were paying yet, so a person could only join them all and hope for the best. Now, with millions and millions of dollars paid out and new companies arriving on the scene almost daily, the brand new paid to surfer's head might spin when confronted with the minefield of opportunities that are waiting in the World of Getting Paid.
My personal advice: Try as many as you can, use and promote the ones you enjoy, and check back from time to time on the ones that you didn't enjoy, because these companies are constantly improving their services and a program that was lame at one time might get a lot better in the future.
Still, with hundreds of opportunities to choose from, it's hard to know where to get started. Not to worry! You've come to the right place! Thanks to Epinions you can read honest reviews of most of the Get Paid programs that have been around for a while, and many of the new ones. You will find this information very helpful in deciding which programs you will enjoy using and promoting.
There are two keys to making a lot of money with these programs.
The first key is knowing how to use several of them at the same time, thereby multiplying the amount of money that you make when you are on-line. If you are running two ad bars on your screen while you are reading your paid e-mail in one window, and participating in a paid for click program in another window, as well as using a paid start page and a paid screensaver and all the while getting paid to listen to music, well, you see how the earnings can be substantial. When you first start getting paid, most of the money you make will come from your own use of the services.
Which brings us to our second key: Getting Referrals. This is the real beauty of the Get Paid programs, getting paid when other people use them. There's no limit to the amount of money you can make when you start getting people to join these programs, because they pay for the time your referrals use them, and the time their referrals use them, and so on, for many levels. Soon, you will find that you are making more money from the people you referred than you're making from your own usage (don't let this stop you from using the programs, though. Some companies require that you use the product as much as the people in your downline. It's depressing when you haven't been using a product, then you find out that your downline has been using it for hundreds of hours that you won't get paid for).
There are many programs designed to help you bring in referrals. Refmaker is a very good one. They give you a free web page that lists the programs you want to promote, and they have a support forum at Delphi where you can sign up for new programs, and the next person signs up under you, and so on, so that you start out with a solid downline. This forum will provide you with all of the information you need about every program that there is, and you will find lots of ideas for getting referrals. RefMaker is the place to begin.
When choosing the earnings programs that are right for you, rely on the advice of people who have used them, try them for yourself, and always be on the lookout for new opportunities and improvements in old ones.
Happy (Paid) Surfing!
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