If you’re earning money online, it’s important to track how much you’re earning. In some countries (maybe all), you have to declare your earnings for tax purposes as it’s considered income so it’s very important to keep accurate records.
So, to help you, I’ve created a spreadsheet to keep track of what you’re earning. It’s hosted on Google Drive so you will need a google account to use it. The advantage of using an online spreadsheet is that you can access it from anywhere and it’s automatically saved and backed up.
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Read on to see how to copy the spreadsheet to your own Drive and how to use it.
Continue reading “Track your cashouts”
We all like earning passively and, for some of us, EngageMe.tv and LootUp.tv have been starting to get back to their pre-January potential. However, they still aren’t giving ads to many others.
EngageMe (and LootUp) can be used to earn on a variety of sites. The most popular ones used in our group are Swagbucks, InstaGC, PrizeRebel, Grabpoints, and, Branded Surveys.
Here are some things to try when you’re not getting any ads, and therefore not getting any credits.
Continue reading “Not earning from EngageMe.tv/LootUp.tv? Try this!”
If you’re thinking about signing up to some GPT sites, or have just signed up to one, make sure you read this post to ensure you’re doing things correctly. There are lots of simple mistakes you can make that will scupper you before you get started and this list should help you avoid those irritations. Continue reading “The Dos and Don’ts of registering with, and using, Swagbucks (and other GPT sites)”
EngageMe.tv is a popular way to earn passively. In order to earn via EngageMe, you must be signed up with a partner, an earning platform, like Swagbucks or InstaGC.
Over the next few weeks, EngageMe is offering a bonus, on top of the usual earnings.
Continue reading “‘Tis the Season – Get extra on EngageMe.tv during select weeks!”