All the Paid to Surf and Money making Info is HERE! - So much hard work & not penny in sight? Ho hum, unless you have a second occupation, earning a living from entertainment can be difficult.
Make no mistake, the music business can be very rewarding, unfortunately not always financially!! Gigs have a habit of coming in bunches with gaps in between, Christmas and New Year are great but January & February can often be a little lean. When you have bills coming in, rehearsals, music and tracks to pay out for every penny counts!!
We can all do with a few extra pounds and so we've put together a list of ideas that will pay you: while you surf the internet, pay you to search, pays you for receiving email, pays you for receiving text messages on your mobile, give you free shares, pay you to bet (yes really), earn with your website & any other useful gems we come across. We will also be providing information on how to earn money as a singer/musician whilst still learning the trade at the so keep popping back to check on our progress!
All of the sites we list provide Free registration and software where required. We have removed sites that have folded and those that have since brought in service charges - personally we feel it is a bit of a liberty charging folk for reading their advertising but some companies have now introduced schemes where they fine you if you do not either visit their site 21 times a month or use their adbar for 8 to 10 hours minimum!
Don't be fooled by claims that you can earn fortunes using these schemes - the average payout for 1 hours surfing is about 20 to 40p and there are limits to the amount of hours they pay you for. Its true that you can bump up the money by using other schemes in conjunction with pay to surf and of course by recommending friends and family but unless you know tons of people or have a highly visited website with people who sign up and all use the system religiously then its unlikely you'll make tons of dough!! So why bother? Well you can earn £10 to £30+ a month (depending on usage) for doing what you already do, surfing the internet, reading emails & messages and more.