Home > Biz, Tech, Web > Giving Advice

Giving Advice

May 27th, 2010

Are you considered by your friends as a person who gives good advice? Now it is possible to make money from it. There are sites like Daytipper dot com which pay $3 for each original tip you submit. Three dollars might not be a lot, but if you have many tips you can offer, then who knows, maybe you will become the top contributor. As I stated the tips should be original, submitting tips that were already submitted, or which the staff does not like will result in you not getting paid. This is the part that I do not like, because it seems unfair you would sacrifice your own time writing something, and in the end not getting paid. The problem is that the webmaster has to judge which tip is original or not. The reason I do not like it is because the webmaster might be sometimes biased. Having said that, I still think it might be a good idea to check out the site, especially if you are going to take the time to read some other tips, in order to decide whether a particular tip you wish to submit will be original enough. Of course, apart from earning some extra cash, such websites are also a great place for some social interactions. I imagine that there are many useful tips posted from which you could benefit. Since such sites are usually free, I am tempted myself to start reading the tips posted there.

Biz, Tech, Web

Comments are closed.