Saturday, July 14, 2007


Agloco is a referral system that i just don't get it.
Actually i get it but i don't like it.
I don't like it because it's based on a software called "viewbar", and the viewbar must be on your screen running all the time, right over the taskbar. The paying system is incomprehensible. They count some kind of hours "spent"on internet while the"viewbar" is running, and how many hours your refferals spent while the viewbar is running. But the word money is avoided all the time. I wonder why? I can't say that it's a scam, because it's not. They pay money because the viewbar shows adds, and you get a commission for that, but the money must be really petty and miserable that refuses to give any info on that, instead they tell you how much you would earn with other sites and services like this (Adsense for example), but how much they pay is a top secret, obviously. I joined but i don't use it, so i am not gonna give you a link with my referral ID, if you want to check it out you know the web address.

Friday, July 13, 2007

Shvoong dot com is probably the coolest money making site!
What's the cool thing about it?
It's incredibly convenient for those "too much homework, not so much time" guys , and perfect for those "never too much homework". On Shvoong you can register for free and you can publish your essays and abstracts. Depending on how popular is your abstract the income will be bigger. Plus for every friend that you have invited (and the friend registered) you can get up to 100$. There's option also to translate abstracts from others (if you know more languages), because supports 33 languages.
The link is


Well I don,t really know what to say, except this works.
Seriously, there are no more websites without the "Ads by Google"
It's easy to use, free to join. Just put the ads on your site and the money will start to roll.
Clearly the more visitors you have on your site the more money, although the paying system isn't the clearest one. Try out, especially if your a blogger, its silly not to use Adsense.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007


Cashcrate is another petty paying site that it's safe to join in.
You can make money here by completing offers of many firms or websites and the money isn't petty at all. Also the referral program offers 20% of what your referrals earn, and 10 % of what your referrals referrals earn (second level referrals). That's pretty good. Another thing is filling in offers for points, when u make a certain amount of points u receive some kind of a gift , there is a list and some gifts are a blast (iPods, digital camera etc..).
I did a little questioning on the internet and many people confirmed that it's not a scam, and many people received their gifts.
The cons of this site are that not for every complete offer you actually get the money because some are just not accepted. Also many sites ask for a credit card number, which me personally feel quite uncomfortable to give, but many offers are free where off course the money is little, but it pays off. Another thing is that there are not so many offers daily to fill in.
Also some sites that require your credit card number are accredited world wide so there's no reason not to give away your card number there and the money they offer for your part off the deal can be from 10 to 15 $.(like I said before, there is a chance you wont get that money).
So , if nothu=ing else I think that Cashcrate deserve a try out.

Monday, July 9, 2007


Now, this is my first blog, ever!
The title of my blog is "cashing in on internet?"
Can you really do it?
Will someone pay you just to sit and surf the net and in the meantime to make thousands of dollars?
Many sites claim that they will!!!
But many sites will skrew you over!
You can't make thousands of dollars just by surfing, and filling out surveys, bla bla bla bla...
You can make some money , but thats just some petty cash. Trust me I have tried out many "earn cash" sites and most of them just require your credit card number in order to steal your money.
So for all those who will search for money on the net beware! Don't give away your credit card or PayPal number to any site, choose them carefully because you might regret it. Especially avoid those that promise sums over 500$, not to mention the ones that promise 10000 or even 20000 of dollars.
Now, todays title is Orbitfiles? Do you know what it is?
It's a site that ofers free online storage (6 Gigs, to be exact, and for 9$ 70 Gigs), and the cool thing is that there are no limitations for upload or download. You can share your files with everybody or just with people you like. The money on this site is in their incentive program. Namely they pay 0.10 $ for each of your refferals and minimal pay out sum is 20 $. And I tell you it's hard! I barely made it to 9$! So here is the link, try it out not for the money but for the service they offer.

And, yes, if you sign up I will earn 0.10$, so go ahead make me rich!

Next time I will find some other petty cashing site!

Saturday, July 7, 2007

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