Tuesday, April 17, 2007

money, money, MONEY!

I signed up for PayPerPost (https://payperpost.com/ ) today. I don't think my blog is old enough (I'm pretty sure it has to be 90 days old) so I've still got almost a full two months to go. *sigh* So much for getting some quick cash for Vegas =0p

I was curious if anyone else out there is doing this and what they thought about it. Also, any other quick money making schemes out there that actually work? I'm not talking about selling blood or vital organs here, just something cheap and fun that I can do for a little extra walking around money.

I'm a college student, so I've got the time to do almost everything but hold a steady 9-5 job. hehe. I'm pretty smart and I can write well if I choose to apply myself (and the spell checker!).

If anyone out there has any interesting suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

**hugs**


5 comments:

Christina said...

I wish I knew some ways to because I would be doing the same to make some extra coin, sorry. How do you make money off your site? that sounds cool, let me know, have a great day and good luck on the money making :)

Cassie said...

You know, I signed up for that too, but have decided that I probably won't follow through. I don't like all the disclaimers you have to put in your post and all of that stuff. I thought it was a good idea at first, but then realized that I didn't like the direction it was going to take my blog. (Cassie from eyespeakphotography.com)

Annieann77 said...

I also signed up for PPP but after talking to a few people I decided not to go ahead with it. I found it hard to follow all the rules on your post and I personally am afraid of change and worried that I would get ripped off! ? ;)

However I do know that Julie at flipthisbody(dot)blogspot(dot)com has been doing PPP for quite a while now and seems to be enjoying it! It's giving her extra cash for her wedding/ honeymoon. I think if you have any questions you should ask her! :)

VegasGirl said...

The only thing I'm "really" worried about is that they ask for a social security number. For me, that throws up some major red warning flags; however, I'm going to do some more digging and might even ask the Better Business Bureau if it is okay before I commit. I too am worried about being ripped off.

I'll let you know what I find out!

Chris H said...

Sometimes if it sounds too good to be true, like getting paid to do virtually nothing, then it is a rip off ....be careful. I have no ideas on how to make money, aside from getting a part time job or standing on a street corner (not advised!).. good luck!