How You Could Earn an Extra $180 This Year… Doing Pretty Much Nothing
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How would you feel if you had an extra $180 right now?
You’d probably feel preeettttty good — I know I would.
And recently, I figured out an easy way to earn that over the course of the next year. All you need is the help of your favorite technological devices.
Here’s what you’ve gotta do…
How to Get Started With SavvyConnect
The key is to use a platform called SavvyConnect.
Install its software on your devices — phone, tablet, computer — and let it work in the background. While you browse the internet, it “unobtrusively includes you in behavioral market research.”
In return for your contributions, SavvyConnect will pay you $5 per device, per month. If you install three devices, that adds up to $180 over the course of a year!
And once you install the software, it requires ZERO effort on your part.
The software is compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 8.0 or higher, but you can’t download it onto a Macbook (I tried). I guess two out of three ain’t bad. You can also download it on Android devices running OS 4.1 and newer, as well as on computers running Windows XP SP3 or higher.
If you aren’t comfortable sharing your information, there are still other ways to earn with SavvyConnect.
The easiest? Refer your friends and family to the platform.
For every project your referrals complete, you’ll earn $5-$15. And for every project completed by someone they refer (indirect referrals), you’ll earn another $2-$6.
Don’t forget they’re earning money, too.
“In order for you to qualify for these incentives, your referrals (direct or indirect) must install and keep active the SavvyConnect software,” the website explains.
Alternatively, you can complete surveys with parent company SurveySavvy — once you fill out an online profile, it’ll send relevant surveys your way.
And, as a member of SavvyConnect, you might be eligible for “exclusive high-paying” surveys, according to the website.
There is one notable downside to the company: It pays via check. In the mail. I don’t know about you, but that seems pretty archaic to me.
Still, if you’re (nearly) effortlessly earning money, it might be worth tolerating the old-fashioned payment method!
Disclosure: Here’s a toast to the affiliate links in this post. May we all be just a little richer today.
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