can we earn through paid to read mails????
April 12, 2007 7:12am CST
i have seen many sites which promise to give you some substantial income by reading mails but to me it sounds too good to be true. i am new over here but its kinda silly to expect some to pay you for just clicking on links.so wat do you guys think.is there really any truth to this thing. frankly speaking i have no interest in this.if you really think that its worth then please forward me some good paying sites
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12 Apr 07
I found the easiest way to do it was signing up to Marketing Pond. They have several sites that cross-promote, dramatically reducing the need to chase referrals around. Takes a couple of hours to join them all and set up your urls but once its done its a no-brainer. Suits me.;) http://www.marketingpond.com/ref.cgi/1767 or the list of the sites they have http://www.marketingpond.com/ref.cgi/1767
13 Apr 07
Yes you can. But you will earn micro cash(very little).Each email may be maximum 2cents worth and you have to keep it live for atleast 45seconds.Thats very little and a waste of time.However if you want to earn go for a proper job.You will be paid more doing that
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12 Apr 07
I belong to two sites that pay for reading e-mails. You can certainly earn money that way and if you do any of the offers, you can make even more money. The two sites are sendearnings.com and inboxdollars.com. They are free to join and will put money into your account just for joining (one will give you three dollars and the other will give you five dollars). Each cash out at forty and thirty dollars respectively, but if you read all the e-mails, do some offers and take some surveys for a dollar each, you will reach payout before you know it. They are very legitimate as I checked them out before I joined.
12 Apr 07
One of my friend remmend MYlot to me and said by responding once for 10 cent. But I've so far given more than 20 postings and got$0.60 on my line. I start wondering whether this is a way to make money. Even If I can make one dollar a week, then I can earn 4 dollars a month. Is it the amount of money you really want to earn by spending several hours a day before the computer and squeeze your brain out to give responses to those topics that do not necessarily interest you?