Get paid to Google
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Methode Number 3 : Get paid to Google
Typical $$ per Month : £5/month !
It’s conceivable to get paid hard money only to search the web with *Qmee*. It just includes downloading add-on that sits on your web browser. You then hunt online as you regularly would on Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Bing and Tesco.
*Qmee* will indicate additional outcomes or adverts nearby typical indexed lists (see picture). A few firms pay Qmee to show up in these advertisements, and Qmee gives you a cut of the money. On the off chance that the Qmee result premiums you, click it and you’ll win a couple pence, generally 7-15p (however ventures can pay up to £1 each).
What exactly do I have to do?
Click this *Qmee* link to sign up. Follow the instructions to download an add-on for your browser
2. Search as normal.
Search on Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, Bing or Tesco. You should see the same results as usual, with extra (clearly labelled) *Qmee* results on the left-hand side.
Each link shows how much you’ll earn for clicking. It only shows relevant results, so you won’t see extra ones all the time.
3. Cash in.
Sign into your *Qmee* account to see how much cash you’ve stashed. You can withdraw it using PayPal, and you don’t need to earn a minimum amount to do so.
Will I oost my income by rehashing searches?
No, simply look for stuff as you would regularly. *Qmee* says it just rewards certifiable quests. You can’t beat the framework by over and over tapping on a similar advert or clicking starting with one then onto the next rapidly.
What does *Qmee do with my data?
Only install the add-on if you are happy for the company to access the data, including your browsing history. The exact data it can access varies by browser, but a list should pop up when you install the add-on.*Qmee says it won’t share your data with anyone else without permission,
Why does *Qmee sometimes pay for clicks to affiliateworth.com?
*Qmee shows a mixture of results. They include sites that pay it to drive traffic, as well as others that don’t pay it. It says this is to keep results fair, so it can track what users are interested in.