Tuesday, July 14, 2009

What Are You Going To Do With Your Cash Crate Loot?

I’m saving up to buy a new guitar. I’ve already got one picked out. It’s not very expensive, but it gives me something to work towards that is fairly easily attainable. Once I’ve completed that goal, I’ll probably use Cash Crate to pay my monthly YMCA bill. The swimming pool there is awesome and it’s open year round. It’s a great way to get and keep in shape.

What will you use your Cash Crate earnings for?

Monday, July 13, 2009

Cash Crate Helpful Tips

Here are a couple of quick tips to get you started with your money making on Cash Crate.

Read the forums. There's a lot of useful information there.

Don't go too fast when filling out the surveys. You don't want the server to think you're a bot.

Always use your real information, otherwise you won't get credit. The company that has the survey will send your information back to Cash Crate to let them know you’ve completed the survey. If the information doesn’t match up, you won’t get the credit.

Don't use the same e-mail address over and over. Create new ones and keep track of what companies you've used them for so that you don't use the same e-mail address with the same company twice. (I know that seems to contradict the previous tip, but as long as the e-mall address is yours, it’s still correct information.) I keep track of what e-mail addresses I use with which companies using an excel spreadsheet. A good place to create new e-mail addresses is gmail.com. Hotmail.com also works.

Be careful about what you agree to. Before you fill out an offer and submit it, make sure you won’t be getting charged for it. Some for- pay offers won’t ask for a credit card. They’ll just charge the amount to your phone bill. Make sure that you read the fine print on an offer before you submit it.

All of the surveys on Cash Crate will give you instructions on how to complete it successfully, such as –

Complete the survey and registration on the first two pages. Participate in 1 or more sponsored offer(s) that you are interested in during the registration and click on 2 offers in the rewards section.

What this means is fill out and submit one of the offers that you find during the survey (I highly recommend doing one of the free ones). At the end you’ll come to a page that has “Silver Offers”. It’ll usually say complete two offers to get your prize. You don’t have to complete the offers to get credit; you just have to click on them. Let each page load completely before you close it. At this point you’re technically done. Just close the window, and go back to the Cash Crate website and click on the submit button next to the survey you just completed. If you want to be thorough, after you click on the two Silver “Offers”, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the link to the following “Gold Offers” page. Click on as many offers as the gold page tells you to in the same way as you did for the silver page. Then click through to the final platinum page and do the same there. It’s not necessary, but it’s worth it just to be sure you get credit.

Remember to clear out your browsers cookies after each survey. You probably have to log back in to Cash Crate afterwords.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

My Cash Crate

OK, so this is a blog I've started for Cash Crate. Cash Crate is a really great way to make a little extra money to help out with the bills. It's not some sort of scam to separate you from your money. Believe me, I've seen enough of those on the net. This is not a get rich quick scheme. You won't be paying all your bills with the proceeds, or using Cash Crate as a sole means of income. Cash Crate is just a way to make a little extra spending money on the side.
How much money can you make with Cash Crate? Well, that depends on how much you apply yourself, and whether or not you do it right. If you apply yourself, you can make $200-300 a month. If you're like normal people and have a life, you'll probably only end up making $40-50 a month.
Hey, $50 bucks is $50 bucks, man. Especially in this tight economy. $50 bucks could be an evening out with the wife. $50 bucks could pay your monthly gym membership.
Cash Crate also offers points that you can accumulate for great prizes, like iPods, X-Box 360's, or gift cards to places like Wal-Mart and Macy's (probably didn't think you'd hear those two names in the same sentance). What's more, Cash Crate is completely free, and I'm not talking about one of those free to try, just give us your credit card number, and then we'll trick you into giving us $29.95 a month B.S. offers. It is literally free. You do the offers and they mail you a check. You start in July, and what ever you made in July is mailed to you in mid-August.
So what's in this for me, you ask? If this system is so great, then why am I telling everyone else about it? Simple. I get bonuses for referals. If you make a dollar, they bonus me $0.20. The $0.20 doesn't come out of your money or anything. You get your full dollar. I just get a reward for refering you. You will also be able to make the same amount off of referals. For every one you refer, you get a 20% bonus for what ever they do. For every person they refer, you get a 10% bonus. The referal program is just an extra bonus, and is not required to make money in the system. It's a nice option, though.
To check it out for yourself, just click here.
I'll be posting more about Cash Crate soon, specifically tips and techniques on how to improve your success.