Recommended Resources

If you’re not interested in reading through all the articles, this is the page for you! Below you’ll find all the recommended sites, apps, etc., that I have personally used. Hopefully they can be of some use to you as well.

These are all sites I have personally used, and none of these listings are sponsored. All of the reviews and thoughts are my own. I do not receive any payment, samples or free product from anyone featured on this blog (sadly). I do however earn a very (very) small affiliate credit when you sign up using my links.

Make sure to check back every once in a while as this list will change and continue to be updated over time!

Survey Sites

Top Survey Sites

These are the ones I check every day.

  • 6/5Prolific – One of the best paying, hands down.
  • 5/5Paid Viewpoint – Not a lot of surveys, but the pay is alright.
  • 4/5Qmee – Queen of disqualifications, but the layout is nice and the pay is pretty good.
  • 4/5LegerWeb – Pays well if you can actually qualify. Canada & US only.

Mid-Range Survey Sites

  • 3/5YouGov – This one is still pretty new to me. Not a lot of surveys so far.
  • 3/5GG2U – The surveys haven’t worked well for me, but if you like offers and games this might be a good site for you.

Get Paid To

Top GPT Sites

  • 4/5SwagBucks – This one is a classic. If you’re not on it already, you should be.
  • 4/5SwagButton – If you’re on SwagBucks, you should install the SwagButton to help earn faster.

Mid-Range GPT Sites

  • 4/5InstaGC – Basically SwagBucks with slightly less options and no apps.
  • 4/5Cointiply – A cryptocurrency GPT site. I use it for the faucet, but there are some games and offer walls as well.
  • 3/5CinchBucks – The surveys are hit and miss, but there are lots of offers to do.

Click Work

Top Click Work Sites

  • 5/5 – ClickWorker – My best earner. It doesn’t always have work, but it can pay well.
  • 5/5 – Neevo – The nicest interface I’ve used. Not quite as high paying, but easy to use.

Print On Demand

Top POD Sites

  • 5/5 – TeePublic – Set your own prices. They pay out the highest percentage I’ve found.

Cryptocurrency

Top Crypto Faucets

These are my must have recommendations. Keep in mind you will need both a CoinPot and a FaucetHub account to make these work.

  • 5/5Moon BitCoin – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Moon LiteCoin – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Moon DogeCoin – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Moon Dash Coin – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Moon BitCoin Cash – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5BitFun – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Bonus BitCoin – Stacking. SolveMedia captcha. Pays to CoinPot.
  • 5/5Swiss Ads Pays BitCoin – Claim once per hour. Simple captcha. Pays to FaucetHub.
  • 5/5Swiss Ads Pays Ethereum – Claim once per hour. Simple captcha. Pays to FaucetHub.
  • 5/5BitHunt – Autofaucet. Supports 30 different altcoins. Runs in the background.
  • 4/5FireFaucet – Claim up to 10 altcoins at once. Runs automatically in the background.
  • 4/5Cointiply – A GPT site for crypto. Captcha, offer wall, videos, and games.

Mid-Range Crypto Faucets

If you need more faucets, here you go! If you’re short on time, these are the ones you could probably skip.

  • 4/5Free BitCoin – Claim once per hour to your own crypto wallet. Annoying ReCaptcha.
  • 4/5Free DogeCoin – Claim once per hour to your own crypto wallet. Annoying ReCaptcha.
  • 4/5AllCoins – Autofaucet, offer wall and miner. 31 different altcoins.
  • 4/5EthereumFaucet – Faucet and lottery. Claim once every 4 hours.
  • 4/5DogeFaucet – Faucet and lottery. Claim once every 4 hours.
  • 4/5LiteCoinFaucet – Faucet and lottery. Claim once every 4 hours.
  • 4/5MoneroFaucet – Faucet and lottery. Claim once every 4 hours.

Webhosting

  • 5/5SiteGround – They made setting up this site super easy. Prices were great too!

Utilities

  • 5/5 – Affilorama – A great site with tutorials and info about affiliate offers and selling.
  • 5/5 – Writing Jobs Online – A curated job board if you want to start freelance writing.
  • 4/5 – Clockify – Simple, free, time tracking app. Available on desktop, web and mobile.
  • 4/5 – Sqribble – eBook creation and automation software.

Sites I Don’t Really Use Anymore

These are the sites that just don’t make the daily cut anymore. I might still log in once every week or two, but they aren’t part of my regular rotation. That doesn’t mean you can’t earn money from them. It just means I’m kind of over them. Maybe you’ll have better luck than me!

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