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How To Make Money Online For Free

Written by Matthew Tutt  · August 13, 2007

Guest Post by Matthew Tutt

There is now several ways for people to earn money from the Internet for free, from doing simple pieces of work. In my opinion 3 of the best ways to make money online is by using a cashback website, a paid survey website and a paid to review website.

At a cashback website you can get money every time you shop online, with a possibility of saving up to %50 of the final cost of your shopping. At a cashback website you can also get paid to click website links, and search at listed search engines.

Another great way to earn money on the Internet is from using paid survey websites. These are websites that are free to join and use, and pay you to complete simple surveys on the Internet. You get sent the surveys by e-mail and can earn around £2.50 for every 20 minute survey completed.

The final way of earning cash from the Internet is by joining a free paid review website. Though these websites are currently quite rare (I only know of about 2 paid review sites) they are still an excellent source of money. These paid review websites consist of a database of thousands of household products, all readily available to review. You could review the latest movie DVDs, or your favourite toothpaste. Every time someone reads and rates one of your reviews you earn a certain amount of money. The average money earned for every review written is around £3.50.

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12 Responses to “How To Make Money Online For Free”

  1. George Manty on August 13th, 2007 7:41 am


    Of the three types of sites (cashback, paid surveys, paid to review), what is your favorite for making money online?

  2. Glen Allsopp on August 13th, 2007 8:08 am

    Paid surveys are not worth the time in my opinion, paid reviews can be though. And nothing is free if it takes time to do it. Thats like saying you make money in an office for free because you dont pay to sit there šŸ˜‰

  3. George Manty on August 13th, 2007 8:29 am


    I agree with the saying “Time is Money”.

    I think the idea is that you don’t have to spend any of your own money to make make money online using these sites. However, you do have to spend time. Some people have a lot more time to spend than money, which makes these sites appealing to them.

  4. Amit kumar gupta on August 13th, 2007 10:04 am

    i m also agree with “time is money”. even i spend my almost time in earning money.
    But i also trust on E-money concept and few websites. even i spent my most of time on site and i found that these people have done good study on specified sites because they really pay money. i got my money after spending my time on working on it.

    What you think about these stuff.let me know

  5. Matt Tutt on August 13th, 2007 11:16 am

    Thanks for the comments on the post. George – my favourite way of making money online is from paid surveys. Although they can be quite tedious and boring they still tend to pay quite well, and occasionally you even get a fun survey to complete! But this is quite rare still. I also really rate cashback websites because you can save so much money just by doing your usual shopping or other transactions directly from a cashback site.

    Yes, I agree that time is money. But then again, how many people know about paid review websites? They are a great way of making money if you have some spare time šŸ˜‰ plus it helps if you enjoy writing.

    To be honest I don’t think anything is free anymore, someone is always wanting something in return and so it is quite rare to discover these websites. If you are complaining about this not being a free way of making money because it takes time, then what else do you want? A website that simply gives you money for nothing? Sorry but please e-mail me when you do find such a thing! šŸ™‚ I would be happy to include it on my website as well.

  6. Edward F. Loutensock on August 13th, 2007 6:02 pm


    I have tried the paid survey route, but the ones I found all require a credit card purchase to complete an offer before they pay out. I looking to make money, not spend. If you know of survey sites that do not require spending to participate I would like to hear about them.

  7. Matt Tutt on August 14th, 2007 3:08 am

    Hi Edward, sure – it is always best to avoid a paid survey site that asks for any kind of payment or card details.
    I have listed several of the best free paid survey websites here –
    Feel free to contact me if you have any more questions.

  8. Jonathan on April 13th, 2008 11:28 am

    Making money online is never straight forward but Matt is right there are some good paid survey sites out there. My advice is to build different streams of money making income rather than just relying on one income stream, that way if one dries up the others will keep running. Paid Surveys, Cashback shopping, Paid to review, ebook self promotion are all good avenues.

  9. krystal on June 18th, 2008 7:57 am

    i wanna kno wat websites i can go to to take free surveys and actually get the money i was intending on getting. ive taking over the fone surveys and recieved a check in the mail? is there a site similar to that?

  10. George Manty on June 18th, 2008 8:12 am


    I don’t have much experience with survey sites, but Matthew Henrickson wrote a guest post on my blog about them:

    I hope it helps!

  11. SurveyJunkie on February 25th, 2009 11:30 am

    Yeah making money through surveys is fun. I like it. Great post!

  12. John on July 9th, 2009 12:26 am

    For me paid surveys are the easiest and fastest way to start making money from home.I like to take surveys.I make more than 1000/month and I work only several hours a day.