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Earnably Guide to Passive Earning

Earnably Guide to Passive Earning: [REF] [nonref]

Earnably is the newest GPT website. It has many of the offers currently available on other reward sites but most importantly it has passive earning. Earnably is available in all countries although some offers may only be available for members from certain countries. You must be 18 or older to create an account and there is a limit of 1 account per household.
First off here's payment proof: http://i.imgur.com/Q5yRCZa.png

Get Started with Passive Earning

Go to Earnably.com and sign up: [referral link] [nonref]
Sign up with the referral link and use promo code "GAR" for a 5% bonus for 5 days.
This promo code will only work if you sign up with the referral link above.
  1. Check the box that says "I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy."
  2. Check the box that says "Send me Earnably news, updates and promo codes!". This is optional but it's an easy way to stay up-to-date with Earnably as they put out large updates every few months.
  3. Create your account!
  4. Click on the "Earn" tab at the top to open a drop-down menu.
  5. Select "Videos" from the drop-down menu.
  6. Click on "EngageMe.tv" and choose one of the video watching options.
    • Read the descriptions of each of the EngageMe.tv options.
    • Choose the option with the best ratio. I suggest choosing one that credits 1 point after 3 ad watches.
  7. Now you're earning passively with Earnably!
  8. While earning passively you can complete surveys to earn even more.

Points and Rewards

When you join you will start with 100 points, worth $1.00. That means an exchange rate of 1 point equaling $0.01 (with exceptions addressed at bottom of Reward Table). Minimum withdrawal amount is $1. Rewards available to redeem for can be seen below:
Dollar Amount Paypal Amazon Bitcoin
$1 125 points 125 points 125 points
$2 225 225 225
$5 500 500 500
$10 1,000 1,000 1,000
$20 2,000 2,000 2,000
$30 3,000 3,000 3,000
Custom* $0.01 = 1 Point** n/a $0.01 = 1 Point**
* Only available over $5 ** Only available once reaching Level 1 or higher. See below for info on levels.
Earnably is the only reward site to offer the ability to Redeem Rewards Automatically once you reach a certain amount of points.

Other ways to Earn

One of my other favorite ways of earning with Earnably is to complete surveys. This pairs well with earning passively as shown earlier. I suggest checking out and testing all the earning methods to find what fits you.
  1. Completing Surveys
  2. Completing offers on Offer Walls
  3. Watching videos - I suggest through EngageMe.tv
  4. Completing Tasks through CrowdFlower
  5. Playing Games on GSN Casino
  6. Installing Apps for points through AdGate
  7. Listening to the Radio through RadioLoyalty
  8. Completing Actions by advertising and helping Earnably.

Promo Codes

Earnably will share promo codes on their Facebook and Twitter, as well as other blogs and forums. You can enter promo codes at Earnably.com/codes

Weekly Contests

Earnably currently has a variety of contests where you can earn extra points for engaging in their site. The contests include: Referral Contest, Top Earners and Top Workers. You are automatically entered and there is no limit to how many times you can win. Contests end every Monday at 12am UTC and points are awarded instantly.

Levels

There's a total of 3 levels you can achieve which give you perks depending on your level. Everyone starts at Level 0 which consists of 10% Referral Bonus. Perks that can be earned include Points Rebate, increased referral bonus, instant payments, daily prize, custom rewards and second tier referrals.
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How to earn 10USD/13CAD daily consistently in beermoney as a Canadian?

I'm a NEET with autism, depression, social anxiety, panic attacks and some agoraphobia (not full-blown. I leave my house like twice a week minimum. Usually at night). I've been out of work for 13 months now. My unemployment insurance was cut off 3 months ago, I don't qualify for welfare and I probably won't qualify for disability because you have to declare assets and I have savings from years of working (mostly part-time but some full-time) and a trust fund (it's not enough to support me for life though).
It's really difficult for me to hold down a job. I live with a parent to cut down on expenses. But I pay 127.60USD/month for auto insurance alone (auto insurance is expensive here in the Greater Toronto Area) and I live in the suburbs with my dad so I can't dump my car since you need a car to get around here. And I have other expenses. I'm trying to cut back as much as I can. But ultimately that's just putting a bandaid on a gaping flesh wound. I need income rolling in to stop the bleeding.
I've tried Swagbucks, Perk, Casho, GrabPoints, Clixsense, InstaGC, Cashcrate, Clickworker, coinworker, bitcoin faucets, dogecoin faucets, Coinurl, I tried gambling my bitcoin faucet money at crypto-currency casinos out of desperation too (I'm afraid that it might be against the rules to post ref links since I'm new to this sub and barely post on reddit in general but you can PM me for my ref links if you want to help me out. Sometimes referrals give you a kickback too.)
Swagbucks I make 90+SB/day minimum (0.90 CAD PayPal) to ensure I hit my first daily goal so that I can win the daily and streak bonuses. I barely shop at Amazon.ca anymore (If you get the $25 gift card, 90 SB = 1.02CAD Amazon.ca money) and I never shop on Amazon.com (90 SB = 1.02 USD Amazon.com Money = 1.45 CAD!!)
And there are so many rules involved with GCX (gift card exchange) that I feel discouraged as a Canadian wanting to earn some beermoney (or in my case, NEETbux). Like you have to be an active redditor but I haven't posted on reddit in over a month. Swagbucks and Perk gives the shaft to Canadians. They won't let you redeem in USD for PayPal. So Canadians get 21% less for the same work if they shop at Amazon.ca instead of Amazon.com. And they get 38% less for the same work if they want cash (PayPal)!! I cashed out 25CAD to PayPal recently and had a bitter taste in my mouth.
I ended up breaking my streak twice because the fuckers set the daily goal to 120 SB and it's so much work to make that much.
With Perk, apparently they give Canadians less points per video. And it's fucking 33250 points for a 25CAD PayPal ffs (1330 points/CAD). Meanwhile 24500 points gets you a 25CAD Amazon.ca (980 points/CAD) or 25USD Amazon.com (980 points/USD = 770.32 points/CAD). Canadians get 21% less for the same work if they opt for Amazon.ca and 42% less if they want cash!!! (PayPal). WTF
With Casho, they pay in USD (PayPal or bitcoin). Thus far I've made 1.72 USD in 6 days, cashed out 1 USD to my bitcoin wallet just to check if they pay. They do. You can cash out to PayPal at 2.50USD. You just install and run apps. Fast way to make money but the daily upper limit is low.
For GrabPoints, I barely every use it because I gave up on it. I'm at 716 points after a month or so. 1000 points = 1 USD. Whenever I get a notification for free points (usually 6-7), I take it. Can redeem PayPal at 3000 = $3. I think they pay in USD for PayPal to Canadians. I'll find out once I hit 3000 points I guess.)
I gave up on Clixsense, InstaGC, Cashcrate. Those don't seem to pay well. But maybe I'm just not using them correctly. They have surveys but I hate surveys. So much work for little reward and often times no reward.
Clickworker barely has any decent work for me. I'm at 2.72USD and need 10USD to cash out. I usually just do voice recording tasks when they come up. Those pay well.
Coinworker uses crowdflower and I got paid like 0.5c in satoshi for like 10 minutes work. You're better off with bitcoin faucets at that point ffs. So much work for little reward. 180 points = $1.80 minimum withdrawal.
Bitcoin faucets pay shit because they only get about 10-12 USD/1000 impressions from advertisers. I managed to make nearly 200k satoshi (>1 CAD) in a week. lol.
I also got a dogecoin wallet yesterday for the lulz. Dogecoin faucets pay shit too. But maybe these dogecoins will be worth something some day.
Coinurl gives me like fucking 150 satoshi max (that's like <0.001 CAD. lol) per click for content I share on social media. What a joke. And coinurl and ad.fly ads annoy the shit out of people.
Amazon Mechanical Turk rejected me last month because I was Canadian. And I haven't received an e-mail from them offering me a spot even though other Canadians have been getting offers recently. I applied to Leapforce a month and a half ago and no reply. Lionsbridge didn't have jobs for English-speaking Canadians last I checked.
Equipment I have (for a potential farm)
Let me know what "strategy" I can use to make about 10USD/13CAD daily. I've heard about "Perk farms". But Perk has been nerfed to hell recently. So I don't know if it's even possible. Note: I have a 200 GB/month bandwidth cap too (fucking Rogers). Thanks. :)
TL;DR: Title is self-explanatory. Why does every beermoney service treat Canada like a red-headed stepchild and why do they have to give you a steep penalty for cashing out (PayPal) compared to getting gift cards when PayPal fees are only 30c + 2.9% per transaction?
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I want to share you my daily routine, AKA How I make $400 a month

I was thinking, since these "Daily Routine" posts have been so popular before, so that is why I am doing this, trying to tell you how I work my days.
Almost everyday at 4 p.m. I do some stretching, take a cup of coffee and inhale the air surrounding me. Then I walk up to my computer. Now, if anyone is wondering that how am I able to multitask things so perfectly, I want to already inform that this is the setup is use to multitask and work as effectively as possible
So, shall we take a look at my day?
The first thing on my list is to complete my ad clicks on ProBux/ Non-Ref. I will click on the ads on my left monitor and go to other sites at the same time, but let me explain why ProBux quickly before going further on with my day.
First of all, ProBux gives one of the highest amount of money a PTC site can give you. If I click only on the four orange advertisements I get $.04 and if I click on all I get $.06. In NeoBux after clicking through all the advertisements you get about $.01.
The rented referrals on ProBux aren't bots, that's for sure. Some of my referrals click 8 ads daily while all of my NeoBux referrals clicked on barely two.
The amount of money per month I get is the amount I withdraw AT THE MOMENT. I have potential to make more but you got to realize that I only have about 45 rented referrals at the moment.
Per Month: $2
While I run ProBux on the other monitor, I will head to CashCrate/ Non-Ref. In here I will put a goal to make at least $4. I know this isn't much, but this is mainly due to the lack of offers Europe has. For countries like UK, US and CAN, you can get up to $15 or even $20 in a day if you happen to get good offers.
The offers I am trying to look for are simple offers and trials I can complete in less than 10 minutes. This way I won't use ridiculous amount of money in a day, but I can make a decent amount of money. CashCrate must be my favorite site I use, since it is the most profitable GPT site I know.
Per Month: $120
The next page I will take a look at is Get-Paid/ Non-Ref. The site seems to have good surveys/offers at times and they have a much larger amount of offers for Europeans. However, I still prefer to use CashCrate more, but on the best days I can get up an easy 1000 coins. That is comparable to $1 if you redeem the money straight to your PayPal account, but since I usually redeem my prices as PaySafeCards, 1000 coins is worth $2.5 if I redeem my coins for PaySafeCards.
I make usually around 5000 to 50000 coins per month, depending on the offers they have and the amount of work I am willing to put in to CrowdFlower tasks f.e.
Per Month: $10-$50
Then I go straight to oDesk. In here, I try to quickly look through the new jobs. This usually takes around 5 minutes, but if I find a job it will take few extra minutes to make an application to the job.
This site is a huge variable. Some months I make $10, some months I make $200, but this is totally depending on what jobs I am able to find that make me interested.
But, if I count the active, long term contracts I have at the moment, which take about 10 hours of my time weekly to get the jobs done, I am looking around $100 in steady income monthly.
Per Month: $100
Then I will go and look if I have any new orders on Fiverr. This is a site that I use to do easy things for me like SEO reports and gigs like that. They bring me $4 per gig, and I usually get around 10 gigs per month.
I really like this site. Simple platform and finally a site where I don't need to contact anyone in order to get new contracts done, but they contact me.
Per Month: $40-$50
Two more to go before my working is over! The second last page I look for is Cryptsy/ Non-Ref. Now, this might at first sound a little dumb. Why am I going to this site again?
The reason is that I will try to look for trending CryptoCurrencies that have a chance of succeeding. If I find one, I will do some research over it and then buy some. Sometimes I fail to succeed one, sometimes I hit the jackpot! When the currency starts to grow near its potential high point I will sell it for Doges or for BitCoins.
This site is not a steady income for me. It is just a site where I happen to sometimes find some interesting, trending currencies.
A tip from a CryptoCurrency veteran: If you see a currency you're interested in, never ever put more money in than you're willing to lose. CryptoCurrencies can blow up in one night like DogeCoin did this week or it can drop half its value over night, like Bitcoin did last year.
The usual amount of money per month: $50
Last but not the least, I go to Hits4Pay/ Non-Ref. This site I use mainly because I want something easy and fast to do while I open up my NetFlix. This site doesn't pay millions, but it is so easy and fast to use that I lose nothing by using it.
Per Month: $1
This all takes me about one hour to complete. This is due to the two screens, fast action and a routine that I have memorized so well I could do it any time, any day in any condition (except when it is storming, I hate storms).
Hope you enjoyed my daily routine. Have any more questions about the sites or my routine? PM me or comment down below.
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Earnably Guide: The Basics

Earnably Guide to Passive Earning: [REF - Start with 100 points]

Earnably is the newest GPT website. It has many of the offers currently available on other reward sites but most importantly it has passive earning. Earnably is available in all countries although some offers may only be available for members from certain countries. You must be 18 or older to create an account and there is a limit of 1 account per household.
First off here's payment proof: http://i.imgur.com/Q5yRCZa.png

Get Started with Passive Earning

Go to Earnably.com and sign up: [referral link] [nonref]
  1. Check the box that says "I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy."
  2. Check the box that says "Send me Earnably news, updates and promo codes!". This is optional but it's an easy way to stay up-to-date with Earnably as they put out large updates every few months.
  3. Create your account!
  4. Click on the "Earn" tab at the top to open a drop-down menu.
  5. Select "Videos" from the drop-down menu.
  6. Click on "EngageMe.tv" and choose one of the video watching options.
    • Read the descriptions of each of the EngageMe.tv options.
    • Choose the option with the best ratio. I suggest choosing one that credits 1 point after 3 ad watches.
  7. Now you're earning passively with Earnably!
  8. While earning passively you can complete surveys to earn even more.

Points and Rewards

When you join with the referral link you will start with 100 points, worth $1.00. That means an exchange rate of 1 point equaling $0.01 (with exceptions addressed at bottom of Reward Table). Minimum withdrawal amount is $1. Rewards available to redeem for can be seen below:
Dollar Amount Paypal Amazon Bitcoin
$1 125 points 125 points 125 points
$2 225 225 225
$5 500 500 500
$10 1,000 1,000 1,000
$20 2,000 2,000 2,000
$30 3,000 3,000 3,000
Custom* $0.01 = 1 Point** n/a $0.01 = 1 Point**
* Only available over $5 ** Only available once reaching Level 1 or higher. See below for info on levels.
Earnably is the only reward site to offer the ability to Redeem Rewards Automatically once you reach a certain amount of points.

Other ways to Earn

One of my other favorite ways of earning with Earnably is to complete surveys. This pairs well with earning passively as shown earlier. I suggest checking out and testing all the earning methods to find what fits you.
  1. Completing Surveys
  2. Completing offers on Offer Walls
  3. Watching videos - I suggest through EngageMe.tv
  4. Completing Tasks through CrowdFlower
  5. Playing Games on GSN Casino
  6. Installing Apps for points through AdGate
  7. Listening to the Radio through RadioLoyalty
  8. Completing Actions by advertising and helping Earnably.

Promo Codes

Earnably will share promo codes on their Facebook and Twitter, as well as other blogs and forums. You can enter promo codes at Earnably.com/codes

Weekly Contests

Earnably currently has a variety of contests where you can earn extra points for engaging in their site. The contests include: Referral Contest, Top Earners and Top Workers. You are automatically entered and there is no limit to how many times you can win. Contests end every Monday at 12am UTC and points are awarded instantly.

Levels

There's a total of 3 levels you can achieve which give you perks depending on your level. Everyone starts at Level 0 which consists of 10% Referral Bonus. Perks that can be earned include Points Rebate, increased referral bonus, instant payments, daily prize, custom rewards and second tier referrals.
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Since a freebitco.in post is near the top, here are 2 bitcoin sites that have paid me way more than that one

These may not seem as fun as freebitco.in, but they make you more money, so whatever. Out of the 10k µBT or so (about $12 right now) I've made in the 2 weeks I've been messing with these bitcoin payout sites, about half of it has come from bitcoinget / nonref.
The videos on the site only pay out 5µBT, which is like .6 cents each, but you can just run them in the background which is nice, and you can also just let them run a minute and then put in the captcha for credit, you don't have to let the whole video go.
The better moneymaker on there is the crowdflower tasks, where you can sometimes find ones that pay 75µBT and let you do them like 12 times, which is super easy. There are also some daily 150µBT ones that pop up. The only problem is you need to check a decent amount if you want to get the good tasks, they are snatched up quickly!
The other site I've been successful with is bitvisitor / nonref which is a site that pays out some µBT for you to visit sites for 5 minutes. You can just click away once you've put in the captcha and are on the site, and come back 5 minutes later to forward it to the next site. Super easy, and I've made around $2 on it in the past 2 weeks. I don't bother with anything under 1µBT on there, just leave the site and come back a few hours later to see if they've added anything new that pays better. Just make sure to go on once a day, cause they've typically given at least one site per day that pays over 25µBT.
Edit: Another site I've been using is BTCClicks / nonref, but I think it's really hard to get much on there without having a decent number of referrals. It doesn't take much time to do though, you just click the links they provide and wait for the countdown to end, but they pay like a cent each usually.
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ABitBack now has Crowdflower tasks too. Cash out in Paypal, Bitcoins, or Litecoins

ABitBack / non is your typical GPT site that has been consistently making improvements and adding new ways to earn in the past few months, now with the addition of Crowdflower tasks. As with most of these sites you can also watch videos, take surveys, listen to the radio, and complete the usual offers for cash. The major difference between this and other sites is that you can also cash out in Bitcoins or Litecoins. So if you're looking for a way to build up some cryptocurrency without having to invest your own money into it, this is a site that could help you out.
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Abitback - a GPT where you can cash out in Paypal, Bitcoins, or Litecoins. They also just added crowdflower tasks.

ABitBack / non is your typical GPT site that has been consistently making improvements and adding new ways to earn in the past few months, now including Crowdflower tasks. As with most of these sites you can also watch videos, take surveys, listen to the radio, and complete the usual offers for cash. The major difference between this and other sites is that you can also cash out in Bitcoins or Litecoins. So if you're looking for a way to build up some cryptocurrency without having to invest your own money into it, this is a site that could help you out.
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