A lot of my subscribers are in fact under 18, so I wanted to write a blog post about how to make easy money for kids.
While I was looking for an easy way for kids to make money online, I saw a lot of scam. Gosh! So instead of searching directly for that topic, I went the other way around.
I’d recently heard about a new site that is still in public beta. It could be something promising, though. And it’s so easy to use that kids can do it, too.
In fact, young people will probably love it, since it involves social media. But instead of talking, you can watch this short video below to see an easy way for kids to make money online.
SociBuzz makes it easy to use CPA (Cost Per Action), because you don’t have to sign up for the different networks yourself. You just have to sign up with SociBuzz, as shown in the video below, and add your Facebook account, Twitter, Google+, MySpace, LinkedIn and Tumbler. More will follow.
Choose your interests, or rather – what you usually write about on Facebook or Twitter, and you’re good to go.
Pick an advert that looks as if it might be interesting for your followers, and share. You make money, if somebody click.[imaioVideo v=1]
It’s easy to use. Sign up or sign in. Add your networks once and for all. And then pick an add to share.
This is an easy way for kids to make money, if you’re already using social networks.
Super-low minimum payment threshold. When you’ve made $1, you can get your money.
You cannot write your own tweets.
You don’t know what URL you send people off to (so this is quite a no-no for me, although I just tested this service). Neither the FAQ nor the terms & policy says whether or not you’re allowed to click on your own ads, but my guess is that you can’t, so even after sending out a tweet, you will not know what you’re promoting.
I hope that they’ll change this in the future. It’s a MUST for me to know what I recommend.
But for now, if you’re a kid (or an adult) and you want to make money the easy way, you can test this service. But read the adverts carefully.