Everyone wants to know how to earn a bit of extra cash, but there are so many ideas out there that take too much time and effort for minimal reward, or are simply “schemes” that promise the world and don’t deliver.
This is where Qmee comes in. Whilst it won’t make you filthy rich, it’s a legitimate tool that rewards you for searching online, and it doesn’t require you to do anything different.
Qmee is a free browser app, that once installed, works in the background so that when you do a search on Google, Bing, Yahoo or even on Amazon or eBay, Qmee displays alternative results that show cash rewards. By clicking on these results, you earn that reward. They aren’t points you can earn that eventually add up so you can trade them in for something – it’s real cash that gets immediately added to your piggy bank.
You can even see the reward being added to your piggy bank in real-time with the little icon in your browser.
The results are small, typically between 5 cents and 40 cents so they are never going to make you filthy rich, but getting cash rewards for relevant results you were going to click on anyway versus getting no cash reward for clicking on a result? This is a no-brainer.
But that doesn’t mean you get spammed with irrelevant results – Qmee works really hard to ensure the results you see are relevant and interesting to you. So Qmee doesn’t appear all the time, only when there’s something you really might be interested in. And they don’t take over your whole screen like those annoying popups – it’s just a toolbar down the left-hand side and you can click to close the Qmee results if you aren’t interested.
One of the best things is that there’s no minimum cash out amount, i.e. if you have 15 cents in your piggy bank and you want to cash out that 15 cents now, you can – straight to your PayPal account. You also have the option to donate to charity.
So whilst it may not help towards buying a brand new car or a house, it at least puts some money towards treat items we always need once in a while, and it’s giving you something back for the value you provide to advertisers.
Qmee really is that simple. Once you signup, which only requires a username and password, you install the add-on and begin searching. It works best in Chrome and Firefox but it is also available in IE and Safari.
Qmee is invite only at the moment, details of how to get an invite here: http://blog.qmee.com/how-can-i-get-a-qmee-invite/