Your Computer Can Earn You Cash
March 12, 2009 10:40pm CST
It's happening every month! I just received another payment from Gomez today. It was my earnings for last month (February). This is my 5th already, straight every month since October 2008. The good thing about Gomez Peer is that no work is required on the part of the user/member because the work is done by the computer. The Peer is a small secure java software which measures the performance of websites. The software uses the spare capacity of your PC and runs quietly in the background. Every time I'm online and the peer is running, I earn extra cash. The bad part of the program is that your account needs to get activated first before you can enjoy earning cash without doing anything. And that takes time - two weeks at the least and for some it took months. For people who's computers/PCs are open at most time of the day, this is a good way to earn extra cash every month. This works BEST with people who have or can access lots of computers! It's really worth a try. What are you waiting for? Make those computers busy! I don't recommend this for people who worry about electricity bills because you might suffer losses instead of having extra earnings. This is also not for people who turn their PCs ON and online just for 10 hours at the most. See my profile for more info and payment proofs.
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13 Mar 09
I wonder how good it really is but seems like a bit of a hassle to have it on all that time and also to slow things down when you are online. I wonder if one could earn more by just simply doing other things. You have not said what the earning potential is for an average person. People would like to know things like that so that they can compare other methods.
13 Mar 09
I really don't notice my system slowing down with the peer installed. And I rarely notice it's there because it's just running in the background while I'm doing my stuff. I installed it in a Dell XPS system with Windows Vista as the OS. Gomez however recommends it to PCs with the following system requirements (at least): You must have an Internet connection, a 500 Mhz Pentium III or better, Windows XP, NT, 2000 or 2003 Operating System, 128 MB RAM, and 40 MB of free hard disk space. The size of the software is 19.1 MB (22.1 MB for International version). About the earning potential, here is the current payment rates of Gomez peer as stated in their website: Online Time Payments (per day) $0.10 Processing Time Payments (per min.) $0.0005 Referral Bonus (per Active Referral) $1.00 (Extra $1.00 for dial-up users) Min. Monthly Payment $5.00 Max. Earnings per month $45.00 End of Cycle 2009-03-31 Other useful information you should know is in their website.
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13 Mar 09
I'm running it right now. ;) Just a question, but how many computers do you have running Gomez, and what are your daily earnings? I'm running Gomaz just for the sake of it, hoping I'll be able to cashout eventually because I'm running it on only one computer. I've just been activated last week and have a total of 0.$16! LOL
13 Mar 09
Hello Alumnia! Good for you and welcome to the club! LOL I'm running the peer in two computers - one laptop at home and my computer in the office. The one at home is open almost 24 hours a day because its downloading good stuff. The other one is open when I'm at the office, of course. I'm earning about $0.20 to $0.30 on the average. My earnings is not constant and changes everyday. Sometimes it's high, sometimes it's low.
• United States
13 Mar 09
That's great that it works for you! I haven't downloaded anything like that on to my computer because I have enough problems with it being slower now because of too much stuff on it. And I'm on my computer for most of the day so I know I may be able to make as much as you are as well. But isn't there a problem with spyware or adware? Or your Antivirus program acting up? Just curious.
13 Mar 09
Yes it is! My computer is almost running and online 'round the clock so running gomez with the time is OK. I also don't pay for my electricity bills, but my company does! About spyware or adware... I haven't encountered any serious threat so far on the last seven months I'm running the peer. My anti-virus, which is AVG 8.0 FREE, doesn't report anything highly suspicious, other than tracking cookies of some websites. And I think that is not caused by Gomez peer. I also have Spyware Doctor in my system and fortunately does not complain on any high level threat. My system is OK until now and is not behaving in a weird way. Just for info, the software runs in Java so its highly improbable and difficult to embed viruses or adwares on it. In addition, Gomez is a real company specialized in website monitoring services. Yuo can check their company profile too!
3 Apr 09
Good tips, man! I have been running Gomez Peer for more than 2 weeks, but I'm still on the pending status. I'm getting tired waiting. I know you just let it do its thing, but I dunno if it's just me or our internet connection. But it's getting slow. lol I'm running Gomez peer on 2 computers - a desktop which is 24 hours open and a laptop, about 12 hours open. Our "assumed earnings" were barely 60 cents a day. yes, it's past tense because boyfriend decided to stop the peer. How bout you? how long before you got activated?