I, like many other mothers, have always had the goal of being a stay at home mom. Of course, being the primary breadwinner while my husband goes back to school, doesn’t allow me the opportunity to stay at home with my darling daughter. I have; however, look at ways to make a lot of money online. Just the other day, I read a blog about 90+ ways to make money online. Most of them included blogging, freelancing, or apps. My personal favorite was making money on surveys. I had two thoughts when I read this:
- How much money could you really make filling out surveys?
- Is this something I could do while breastfeeding Kayleigh?
The answer to the second question is yes, but I’m going to challenge myself with the first question. I’m actually going to blog about my experience trying to make money with surveys (with a couple added bonuses as well). I decided to get involved in 3 different survey companies.
The first one I got involve in was Qmee. This is an app on your phone (or go to the website) that gives you a small amount of money for each survey. I’ve been on this app for about a week and the most I’ve made for a survey was 50 cents, but it does add up. This app allows you to transfer the money you make to your PayPal account whenever you want to, so I decided I will transfer the money on the last day of the money. On September 30th, I transferred $7.19! It may seem like a small amount, but since I had only been doing it for a couple of days, it added up pretty quickly. I got about a dollar a day so I’m expecting to probably deposit $31 on October 31st.
The second app I chose was Surveys on the Go. This app works a lot like Qmee: it’s on your phone and gives you a small amount of money for each survey. You can only transfer money when you’ve made at least $10, so I’ll be transferring the money to my paypal account every $10. I just started this one yesterday, and I’ve already made over a dollar, but there aren’t very many surveys so far, so we’ll see how this turns out.
The last one I chose was Swagbucks. This one works a lot differently than the other two. Instead of money, you get Swagbucks (SB). Each Swagbuck is pretty much equivalent to a cent. You get swagbucks in many different ways such as watching videos, taking surveys, and completing daily goals. So far, this one is my favorite since I can make money in many different ways. I actually have been putting the videos on in the background at work so I can make up to 3 SB per 12 videos while I make money doing my full time job. With this account you can redeem your SB for many different things, like Amazon or Starbucks gift cards, but I’m working on filling up my paypal account, so I have to get at least 2500 SB to get $25 transferred to my paypal account (that’s the minimum).
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I hope to find many different ways to make money and become the stay at home mom that I’ve always dreamed of being.
Trying not to go crazy,