So it’s already November! Where does the time seem to be going so fast huh? Ever since my previous post about decisions when it come to my blog, I got a ton of feedback, and I’m happy to say they were all positive. Everyone encouraged me to keep my blog, especially a good friend of mine that I look up to in this “make money online” world, (DJN). So I decided that even though my time is limited lately, I am in fact still going to keep my blog and work on it whenever I do have the time!
Today, I’m here to update with a few payments I’ve received in the past weeks, so let’s get started.
A while back, I posted about “Sites like Swagbucks” and I mentioned a site called Zoombucks. It is just like Swagbucks, in that it pays you to search online, however, they also have many other ways in which you can earn “zoombucks” which can be redeemed for gift-cards online. Zoombucks also have Games, which Swagbucks currently doesn’t offer, where you can play and win! And some good news is that they recently changed the games so that it’s FREE to play! You no longer lose 2 zoombucks every time you play a game, it’s now free. However, I believe because of this, the payout is now smaller.
I recently cashed out for a $20 Amazon gift card from Zoombucks, and got it just within a week or so.
I also got my Cashcrate payment which was deposited to my bank account via direct deposit. This month however, you would notice that my payment dropped DRASTICALLY! There are a few factors I think to blame for this. Firstly, I started promoting Cashcrate via an affiliate site, rather than through the main site. This means therefore, that even though it doesn’t show that I got paid from Cashcrate for a lot of new sign ups, I got paid from the affiliate instead.
Because if this change that I made, I cannot say for sure whether Cashcrate’s new updated layout had anything to do with my drop in earnings.
I still stand by the fact that this remains one of the top GPT sites in my opinion.
And another GPT site, Squishy Cash, also paid me recently.
This is my second favorite GPT site, and they continue to grow in membership every month.
This is my 11th payment from this site.
Here’s another payment I received from YouData.
And last but not least, Google Adsense finally paid me after waiting a couple months. They paid me a good chunk of what was owed to me, approximately $260.
The actual amount is blacked out because I prefer to keep my actual earnings from Google Adsense private, only because they’re extremely particular when it comes to their TOS and I prefer to be safe than sorry.
These payments add up to $343.57, and bring my total earnings online to $10,465.28!