[UPDATED 4th June 2014: New site added, closed PTC sites removed; proofs updated soon.]
The pages within this site are basically a quick list of all the sites I am currently actively working and encourage others to sign up with, for those who would prefer a quicker reference guide to the sites I have had success on - all sites that I've been paid by, and/or I feel are worthwhile signing up and making the effort. You can see my PayPal & other payment proofs HERE.
These programs are legitimate ways to earn money online, mostly at no out-of-pocket cost. You will absolutely not "get rich quick", but you can easily build your efforts into a nice part-time income or even more, depending on how much effort you want to put into it and how much promoting you want to do to get referrals. What few programs I have listed that I have recommended upgrading or that have a membership fee, those are all relatively low cost, but there's still money to be made online even with no out-of-pocket cost.
With the sites I have listed here, as well as sites that have closed or I have decided for one reason or another to stop actively working, this is how much money I have made -
The above links in the purple toolbar will take you to the various sections of sites, including -
NOTE: Many of the programs in the GPT Sites section also have "Paid to Click" (PTC) ads on site which can be done daily and can build up a balance over time, so those of you who don't like to spend a lot of extra time doing offers and surveys may still find sites in the GPT section you will enjoy earning with PTC and other opportunities on those sites.
I encourage you to check out all or most of the programs in the links above and see which ones appeal to you. You can literally start earning money online today - no joke.
If you know what you're doing and want to get started now, hit the links at the top for the various pages.
If you're new to all this stuff, before you start hitting the links above, read on to the next section...
AN ALTERNATE E-MAIL ADDRESS. This is an absolute must, because working most of these programs is going to create a LOT of e-mail, and you don't want to get all that e-mail mixed up with your "regular" e-mail. You're also liable to catch a lot of spam, even though the sites on these pages themselves won't be the ones spamming you. The best thing to do is set up an alternate e-mail address at HERE.- it's accepted pretty much everywhere, it's good at filtering out the REAL spam and easy to find stuff that winds up in spam by accident, and it's just a great webmail system period - the best. I would caution against using a Yahoo address because #1, Yahoo has become very unreliable, and second, many of these sites will not allow Yahoo e-mail registrations due to all the bouncing problems Yahoo has. Just set one up with Gmail - it's free, it's great, you'll love it - and everything will be just fine. Use this alternate address for all of your GPT/PTC/PTR activities except for one (see next paragraph on paid surveys). Register a Gmail e-mail account
ANOTHER ALTERNATE E-MAIL ADDRESS. If you are going to participate in paid surveys, I recommend setting up ANOTHER alternate e-mail address with HERE. You can register as many Gmail addresses as you want to, it's free.JUST for surveys and similar stuff (for instance, MyPoints). This way your survey invitations don't get mixed up with your regular e-mail (there will be a lot of them), nor will they get mixed up with your other alternate e-mail you're using for GPT/PTC/PTR activities - and therefore, you won't likely miss a potential survey invitation (and miss the opportunity to make money). A lot of these surveys fill up quotas fast, so it's best to keep that e-mail completely separate so you can stay on top of it all, and get in the habit of checking it at least once a day if not more. Again, Gmail is recommended here - it's just plain better and more reliable. Again, register for Gmail
A PAYPAL ACCOUNT. Some of the programs within these pages do still pay by check, money order, or even gift certificates and gift cards - but some of them ONLY pay by PayPal. With the ones that have many options, you will likely get paid quicker if you select PayPal or (if outside of the U.S.) Payza (formerly AlertPay) as your payment option. If you don't already have one, consider going to PayPal and registering one - and verifying it when you do (see instructions on how to verify your PayPal account at their site). Some of these programs ONLY pay to verified PayPal account holders. Register for PayPal HERE.
A PAYZA (formerly ALERTPAY) ACCOUNT (optional, for non-U.S. only). Optional, but there are some programs here that only use Payza (formerly called AlertPay), and it's really probably the better option to use for the most part with the PTC sites and some PTRs. As of 2013-14, it is no longer available to U.S. users. Register for a Payza account HERE.
CCLEANER: Especially if you are going to be doing paid offers at GPT sites, but CCleaner by Piriform is useful in just keeping your browser running better anyway. I don't even do that many paid offers/PTS offers anymore, but I still use CCleaner daily just to rid my browser of all the junk it picks up in temp files and such. However, if you're doing paid offers on GPT sites, you need to clear your cookies after doing each offer, and this is the best way to do it, and is the recommended program by the majority of GPT sites in the online community. Quick and safe download and easy to install and use. Get CCleaner HERE.
GOOD ANTIVIRUS/ADWARE/MALWARE SECURITY. You probably already have an antivirus program of some sort on your machine & that's fine. If you DON'T already have some additional security measures in place, then I highly recommend these - because once you get in the routine of viewing ads, you probably won't pick up a virus (though it could always happen), but you're almost certainly going to come across ads here and there that contain, at the very least, some minor annoying adware. Best to keep yourself protected at all times anyway nowadays, even if you do NONE of this stuff on these pages. Here's my stable of anti-bad-mojo weapons:
A SEPARATE PHONE NUMBER: This isn't so hard as it may sound, and if you're never going to do paid offers (also known as PTS) at GPT and PTR sites - if you're only planning to click and view PTC ads - you won't really need this... but the bigger earnings are in doing offers. You DO (absolutely) want to register your real & genuine phone number on all of the sites within (it's against TOS at most of them not to and you could get banned for not doing so). But if you're going to do paid offers at GPT sites - you really need to have an alternate phone number that you can enter when you're doing offers (you don't want to use your cell phone number either), or you will be fielding zillions of calls left and right. Skype offers a real, honest to goodness local phone number for most locales for a reasonable fee - it varies by location, but is usually around $27-30 a year - and you can also add voice mail service for a tiny additional fee (generally around $6 for three months). You can listen to your messages online - you can take calls online with it, if you have a headset or microphone - it's terrific for these activities, then you can decide which calls you want to take or return or not. Unless you want your regular phone ringing off the wall once you start getting paid to do offers, you need something of this sort. Check out the options with Skype by clicking HERE.
Another alternative is Simple Voice Box, which you can check out HERE - however, Simple Voice Box gives you an 800 number with voice mail and it's not quite as good of an option as getting a separate real local phone number like you get with Skype. I recommend a Skype number much more, and the voice mail addition is just so cheap at only two bucks a month.
Paid offers (or PTS) on GPT sites (and some PTR sites) are only a small percentage of the "get paid to" options listed here within the site pages, but they not only generally earn you more money and faster than just viewing PTC ads and paid e-mails - they're also the more difficult to get a grasp on how to do properly.
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Opinions and reviews of websites and programs listed on this site are based on my personal experiences and information collected and reviewed from other members of those sites only. Your results using these sites may be different.
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