Whenever we hear or read about budgeting, we read “you’d be surprised by how the little things add up.” A coffee, out to lunch a couple times last week, forgot my sunglasses at home so I’ll just buy a cheap pair. Essentially, we know. The little things add up; but typically that is working against us.
What about the little things that add up that can work for you? And better yet, the little things that add up without requiring any work on your part.
Qmee is a free search-loyalty, cash-reward browser app installed easily into any major browser that rewards you with actual cash micropayments for clicking on the same results you otherwise would click for no reward. Essentially anytime you do a search using a browser such as Google or Yahoo, if Qmee has relevant results to your search, the app pulls up these results and they will appear on your screen in addition to the results you would normally see.
Each click on a Qmee search result that matches what you’re looking for will earn you between 4 and 14 cents typically and the payments are made in actual currency to your PayPal account. A typical user will collect about $5 per month. That’s $60 of free money per year just for doing what you usually do!
We all know how a little extra change here and there can add up, and why not take what’s yours if you’re going to be searching anyway? In addition to the cash you collect through searching, Qmee will reward you with $1 in your piggybank for every referral you send when that person becomes a Qmee user.
To learn more, watch the video below on Qmee, or visit www.qmee.com to try it for yourself.
I already use Bing Rewards (and just cashed in $30 in reward points for doing nothing)….now I’ve got search options that also pay! You?
I have never used a site like this one before. I signed up for Swagbucks once but never use it. Maybe one day?
It’s as easy as the Bing Rewards program which took me about two seconds to sign up. I’ve gotten so many movie tickets and Amazon dollars from that thing that I can’t believe everyone who blogs doesn’t do it. We live on search engines!
Looks like a good way to make a few extra cents, for doing what you usually do.
That’s what I like about it, Pauline. I’m not into “just one more thing….” but when it’s no extra work and I was going to search anyway….why not?
This definitely looks interesting and I like their give to a charity function – I mean, I’d probably pick the charity of me, but I like it when companies make it easier to consider helping others.
I’m ALL ABOUT the charity of me. 🙂