Qmee Review – Earn Money While Searching the ‘Net?
Qmee – Start Making Some Cash Now
If you already earn a living as a freelance writer, you already spend an enormous amount of your time searching the internet. If you’re like me, every article or blog post you write probably equals a minimum of three internet searches. With Qmee, you can actually use each of these searches to earn a little extra money.
How Qmee Works
Each time you use Qmee for an internet search, you’ll see a side panel which features paid advertisements that the search engine thinks relate to your search. In order to earn any money from the site, you need to click on one of these advertisements. Once you’ve done that, a small amount of money will be added to your Qmee account. (You might also like iRazoo, they pay you to use their search engine.)
What I Like About Qmee
Different advertisers are willing to pay a different amount for these paid clicks and you can benefit. Qmee does an excellent job of making sure you know exactly how much will be deposited into your account when you click an ad. Granted, the amount is never very much, but you’ll be surprised by how much that small amount of money adds up after six or seven months of using the program, and when you’re working from home, every little bit helps!
I love the fact that I don’t have to use a search engine that generates limited search results. Qmee works with all my favorite search engines, including Google and Bing.
Getting Started with Qmee
It won’t take you long to start earning money with Qmee. All you have to do is visit their homepage and follow the sign-up instructions. In order to use the program, you need to be willing to install Google Chrome on your computer and use it for your internet searches. Once you’ve done all of this, you’ll get a sidebar of Qmee ads each time you run a search. At the top of your screen, you’ll see a Q. Clicking this Q leads you to your account so you can check out your earnings.
What I Don’t Like
While I try to use Qmee a few times a day, I have to admit, I don’t like it as well as Bing, which rewards me each time I do a search, and not just when I connect with an advertiser. I’ve found it’s really easy to get so focused on the idea of adding a buck or two to my Qmee account that I’ll spend an entire afternoon clicking the ads and not get any actual work done. The best time to use Qmee is when you’re in the middle of a client drought and don’t have a huge pile of work you need to complete.
One of the great things about Qmee is that you can cash out whenever you want. You don’t have to wait until you’ve earned a specific dollar amount. When you cash out, the money will be deposited into your PayPal account.