Disclaimer ~ I was not asked to write this. This is my own opinion. I just want to spread the word on easy cash for all you bloggers out there!
As I was going through some of my favorite blogs, I stumbled on a post about making money on CircumNews. Whenever I see these types of "get rich quick at home" deals, I quickly run in the opposite direction! But something stopped me this time. Perhaps because on the blog I found it on, I know the gal to be honest and she doesn't strike me as the type to scam or spam people.
So I checked it out, because who doesn't like easy money. Especially if you're job (being a SAHM) doesn't pull in a paycheck. I then checked out the website, and truly, there isn't much to it. You give them an e-mail address and PayPal info. No name (if you don't want), no home address, phone, ect. I figured, what's the harm?
After entering all my info in I read over what you were to do to get this miracle money. It's pretty simple. You "read" over articles, answer a simple math problem (like 15+30) to make sure you are not a computer, and BAM you get between $2-5 just like that. Now I say "read" because honestly, you don't have too. You can just answer the simple math problem and you get the money. Then they send it to your PayPal.
After about 10 minutes I had racked up $30. And I thought this has to be too good to be true! So I did some research and found the motive behind them. They are a company that hosts news from the U.S. and the U.K. and they are just looking for a wider reader base. So they want you to read the articles, then refer other people to the site to read. So basically they are paying for "views". We kinda know what that's like being bloggers, right?
So that being said, it is a very very easy way to make a few bucks while sitting at home watching Jeopardy. I say check it out. There is no risk, and you can make upwards of $300 in one sitting. They vary day to day how many articles you can "read". So all you have to do is check once a day.
Good deal I think!