Earn Up to $200 for Going to Look at Things – No Experience Necessary

By Mike Haaren – Sept. 22, 2016 Earn Up to $200 for Going to Look at Things  If you’d like to get out of the house now and then, and earn some extra cash, check out WeGoLook. Founded in 2009, they pay people anywhere from $15 to $200 to do things like: — Checking the Read more »

$18+/Hour Capturing Photos & Videos With Your Mobile Phone for Insurance Companies

$18+/Hour Capturing Photos & Videos With Your Mobile Phone for Insurance Companies

by Chris Durst     Aug. 25, 2016 Become an OnSource photo inspector and use the OnSource Inspector app to capture photos and video of vehicles and other types of property for insurance policyholders in 10 minutes. Insurance companies need to capture information about the real estate, vehicles, and equipment they insure and underwrite. They need pictures Read more »

Got a Creative Streak? AT&T Wants to Give Away $50,000

By Mike Haaren – Aug. 20, 2016 Got a creative streak? AT&T is giving away $50,000 for 2-minute videos about small businesses. But that’s just one of 257 contests you can go for…. The backstory: Zooppa is a site that enables artists to get big bucks for digital projects for major brands and ad agencies. Read more »

$25 – $200 – Get Paid to Go Look at Things

By Mike Haaren – June 24, 2016 WeGoLook is an established company that’s been around since 2009. They’re always looking for “Lookers” (nationwide) who get paid $25 to $200 to do things like: — Look at a car that’s for sale online — Check the condition of someone’s loved-one’s gravesite — Look at an expensive Read more »

Website Testers – Work from Home Giving Feedback on Websites

Website Testers: Get Paid to Tell Companies What Your Really Think of Their Websites

When you put a bunch of corporate executives in a boardroom and tell them to design or redesign the company website, you’ll likely end up with a site that only they will find usable. Smart companies know that if you’re building a site for “outsiders” (customers, prospective customers, job seekers, etc.) than you really need Read more »