For four years now I’ve been working with Cashcrate to earn money online. I’m doing this in order to help pay off some bills and have some extra money. Now, I’ve heard people complain about only having one source of income, and that’s fine, because it is hard to find a job these days. I’ve been pretty lucky with work, I have two jobs at the moment but they only pay adequate. That’s because I’m willing to do what it takes to land a job, I’d rather have some money coming in rather then none. Now, if you want extra money for yourself, there are plenty of ways to do it. You can start your own business, have garage sells, sell things online (or in a newspaper) or play the stock market. However, what if you don’t have the money to accomplish these types of tasks? Well, that’s where Cashcrate comes in. Cashcrate is a great website to work with to make money because it’s 100% free, there are no fees to upgrade and no fees to earn a paycheck.
The only thing they require you to do in order to upgrade is get a certain number of active referrals and you can be upgraded to the next level. What’s nice about the upgrade is:
- You can earn more money from your referral (up to 30% per referral)
- Get paid faster
Referring sounds like a lot of hard work, and it can be, but if you really want to make it big online this is basically how you do it (at least with sites like Cashcrate). If you want to sell things, it’s almost the same thing except with that you just have to try and get as many sells as you can. When you’re referring people, you’re basically trying to “sell” a service to them so they can make some money.
If you are a bit unfamiliar with referring, it can be done in a number of ways:
- You can make flyers and pass them out (with your referral ID)
- Make Business Cards and hand them out to people
- Or make a blog (like mine) and advertise the site on the Internet
I find option #3 to be the best for me because it seems like when you tell people about making money online they get scared or don’t want to bother with it for some reason. This way, if you have a blog you can tell them about your own experiences with the site and show that the site works, like I do when I show off my paychecks.
Even if my checks are small, I show them off anyways because it’s a free site and I’m showing that it works. It’s up to the individual if they want to pursue and earn on their own, but at least with checks being shown they can see for them selves that it’s worth trying.
However, a lot of people don’t want to refer and the best option for them is just to work on the offers and surveys. That’s fine, because anyone can make good money just by completing these tasks. It’s as simple as pie!