Online Earning Goals for February

@maezee (33924)
United States
February 1, 2016 1:05pm CST
Welcome to February everyone! Hopefully this discussion hasn't been done over and over again, but I like to make goals for my online earning since I started 3-4 months back getting back into the swing of some of these online earning websites. I have averaged between $70-$100 each month, and that is my goal for February - although I am hoping to make payout at MyLot, which is something that I haven't done yet. My goals for February are as follows: Opinion Outpost - make $60 (this has been my average, but it seems to fully depend on how many surveys I qualify for). Treasure Trooper - make $30. (I made this amount in January by doing surveys and other tasks just about every other day. These surveys seem harder to qualify for - or they are not looking for my demographic - but I am hoping to make VIP at Treasure Trooper as soon as possible to get those rewards!) MyLot - $10 (This is more daunting than it seems). What are your goals for this month? Any particular goal for any particular website? Best of luck to everyone in February!
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@paigea (22576)
• Canada
1 Feb 16
My only online goal is to make $25 per week from zemandi which is a site for writing assignments. Swagbucks I just accumulate slowly, mainly through searches. Here, I am trying to spend less time as I should be doing other things. And the other survey sites I am also trying to spend less time. So, my goal is to spend less time at all these things.
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@maezee (33924)
• United States
3 Feb 16
Good for you! I know what you mean. My big goals are all on other websites, not MyLot - I just make it a goal to come on here or there - but yet I find that I spend the MOST time at this site. Super ironic! Lol. Do you usually hit your goal for $25 a week? That's amazing!
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@paigea (22576)
• Canada
3 Feb 16
@maezee I can on that site but today after work I was too tired to do a writing assignment. So likely won't this week. And I spend too much time here!!!
@maezee (33924)
• United States
3 Feb 16
@paigea me too! Its just so addicting lol. What types of things do you write about?
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@rosekiss (30258)
• Eugene, Oregon
1 Feb 16
I really don't set goals, but it would be nice to make payout this month, and I know I can do it if I work at it. Since it is a shorter month, it seems like it will be harder to make make the payout, a I will have to make a lot more each day, than I ever have before. I just hope that others cooperate and interact so that the possiblility becomes a reality.
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@maezee (33924)
• United States
3 Feb 16
Yes! I definitely hear you. I only have $3 from being active it seemed like most of last month - but that means I only have $7 more to go to reach payout here. Best of luck to you as well!
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@rosekiss (30258)
• Eugene, Oregon
3 Feb 16
@maezee The same to you. I guess we will just have to work twice as hard to get it this month, but if not, there is always next month.
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• United States
1 Feb 16
So how long you been doing opinion outpost and making money from them for now? I have been curious about them now?
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@maezee (33924)
• United States
3 Feb 16
I have been on the site since maybe about 2010 when I first started getting into the paid surveys thing, and their payout used to be $5 minimum via check in the mail. I took a year+ hiatus, re-joined the website, and they have worked things around so it's a little different. Now the minimum payout is $5 via Amazon gift card or iTunes card, and a $10 minimum for paypal. I've been on the site since November 2015 pretty religiously and have made anywhere between $40--$70 per month (last month was $70, I believe, and that has been my biggest month as of recently). I would suggest joining! It's open to folks in the US (not sure about elsewhere), and I seem to qualify for a lot of surveys. Of course they are time consuming, but occasionally there are good paying ones that are definitely worth it. Good luck if you decide to join :-)
@1hopefulman (33477)
• Canada
18 Feb 16
I have no monetary goals. I want to keep helping people.