Hey there income streamers!
In the past, I’ve usually introduced earning methods at random intervals, depending on when I got around to trying them. Recently I decided you all deserve better! So, from now, I am going to try a different earning method every week. Some I may keep up if they prove worth my time, and some I may drop, but I will definitely give each one a week. In the past weeks, I’ve told you all about Robinhood and apps and websites that let you earn on passive phones and computers. This week, I will be telling you all about my experience with Qmee.
Qmee is a browser extension that rewards you for searching certain terms that its sponsors pay for. You can search on search engines, shopping sites, and more. If you luck out and happen to search a rewarded term, qmee would add a list of rewarded results on the side of your search page, like you can see below:
Now, unfortunately, this search result didn’t return any rewarded results but simply a discount code. If it were a rewarded result, it’d have something like 6 cents next to it. You simply click the link and browse the resulting page a little bit. Sometimes, they come both as paid rewards and with a discount code, so you can click it and actually get a great deal too!
How much does it pay?
I’ve earned 15 cents pay this week with Qmee, which is far less than what I’ve seen advertised by other users. Maybe they’ve started paying less recently, and they’re focusing more on discount codes. But I already have Honey for getting every discount code when I shop, so I wouldn’t be too engaged with that service.
When can I get paid?
Qmee fortunately has no withdrawal minimum, so you can claim what you’ve earned as soon as possible!
Is it worth the time?
Since its a relatively passive earner, I think Qmee is worth having on your browser. If you’re looking to earn more with Qmee, they do have a survey section, but I prefer to just install it and take the cents it gives me when I get lucky with a search.
Can I turn it into a passive income stream?
It already is! If I can keep up the pace of passively earning 15 cents a week with Qmee I’ll gladly add it to my ever-growing system of income streams.
In conclusion, Qmee is a nice way to earn a few bucks per year, but it is not the high-earning game changer I saw it advertised to be. It seems that I may have missed out on the golden days of Qmee earning, but I’m alright with that given its passive earning status. I would recommend it!
Do any of you have experience with Qmee? What earning methods do you want to see in the future? Is there more information you’d like about these methods? Let me know in the comments!
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