Since 2000, InboxDollars has paid over $59 Million in cash rewards to its’ members for doing everyday online activities like reading emails, taking online surveys, playing games, and watching videos and watching TV.
InboxDollars pays its members to sign up for other services through its website and via email marketing ads. The company advertises a $5 sign-up bonus for first-time subscribers. But as you’ll quickly learn, it’s not as easy as getting paid $5.
The primary way that InboxDollars members can earn cash is by completing surveys online. These surveys range from in-depth market research questionnaires to quick and easy registration and opinion forms.
Then I started answering questions to fill out the information in my account profile. I answered quite a few questions — about my race, income, degree, marital status, kids (or not), even my medical history. There are 30 questions in total, and you’ll get an extra 50 cents.
This is another super easy way to add some cents to your cash count. For random searches you make through the InboxDollars search engine, you’ll earn additional rewards
Overall, InboxDollars is super easy to navigate. I’ve tried other consumer survey sites and can end up overwhelmed.
In fact, we’ve talked to several InboxDollars users who’ve made a good amount of money through the survey site. For example, Sarah Houston, a nanny and student, earned $600 taking surveys over the course of three years.
As I played with InboxDollars, I stumbled across a few tips I thought I’d share.I mentioned at the beginning that InboxDollars doesn’t plague your inbox. And it really doesn’t — if you know what you’re doing.
If you want to change your email preferences, just go to your account settings in InboxDollars and scroll down to your email subscriptions.