Monday, October 20, 2008

Online Earning Opportunities

Youdata:
Youdata is an innovative website with a sleek interface and a brilliant concept. On signing up they ask you to watch the ads from their clients and in return award you money. You will need the following for sigining up - A cellphone number and an email id. Every week they deposit the amount you earned into your paypal account. That means you'l need a paypal account as well to earn money on youdata. But it is a neat way to make some money. Thanks to Bella Casa for telling me about it.

1000 Mypoints:
Blockbuster usually offers 1000 mypoints if you sign up for the trial AND become a paying member, but this time I'm told they are offering selected members a chance to earn 1000 mypoints just for signing up( you don't need to become a paying member). If you haven't yet used any trial offer from Blockbuster, watch out your Inbox carefully for this cool offer. I'm normally wary of trial offers but a reputed company like Blockbuster shouldn't be a problem in that regard, just don't forget to cancel your account within the 2 week trial period.

StartSampling:
Start Sampling is a nice site if you'd like to get some cool samples. I've used them to get many samples and magazines. Its easy to sign-up with them, and you can request any of the available samples. The only constraint is that you can request only one sample a day.

3 comments:

Randy Weber said...
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Randy Weber said...

MyPoints offers a variety of ways to earn points. One of the easiest is for downloading and using the MyPoints Toolbar. For the last two years, MyPoints has provided a toolbar that gives members points for searching the Internet. The MyPoints toolbar installs right on your browser and provides results from Google, Yahoo, MSN Live Search, and Ask so our member is sure to get great results, making it easy to earn points.

Members are awarded points that they then can redeem for gift certificates or gift cards from over 70 merchants.

In the interest of full disclosure, I’m a MyPoints.com employee and toolbar user.

learning the ropes said...

Hi Randy,

Thanks for taking time to comment.
I have also considered downloading the mypoints toolbar. The only thing stopping me from doing that is the mypoints policy of tracking all the searches made by me. I wouldn't want that to happen.