I was about $5.00 shy of what I made in May. In May, I made $249.48. In June, I made $244.18.
I thought June would be a power of a month because of something I was planning to embark on. However, that thing didn’t happen, so I didn’t make as much as I’d hoped.
Still, a couple of hundred dollars isn’t bad. It’s just that I spend whatever comes through as soon as it comes through, so I’m not able to feel the real impact of a few hundred dollars.
Anyway, here’s the breakdown:
(any amount in brackets is the currency in which it was received)
– Proofreading: $83.34
– Testing: $80.63 (via uTest.com – pays to test sites & apps)
– Slots win: $40.14 (£30.04)
– Surveys: $34.07 (£24.30) (Viewsbank, Prolific Academic)
– Gift Hunter Club: $6.00 (review)
I focused a bit more on uTest last month, which reflects in my earnings. I also had a lucky win on the slots.
Proofreading continues to be one of my biggest earners, and has been for a good while. If you’d like to know the site I’ve been using, please read this post first, then contact me.
Surveys: It takes me ages to cash out from Viewsbank. Though I appreciated the money when it arrived, I’m not that enthused to use it again. | I used Prolific Academic more often last month. I find the surveys interesting and pay well. Plus minimum cashout’s £5.00 and pays fairly quickly once I request it.
So that’s June. 🙂
Hello, July. Watchu got for me? Empty one of your pockets and sprinkle me with glitter, pweese. Thank you.
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