In this video, you will learn how to get paid to answer questions in 2017 using 16 ways.
Sometimes websites like Yahoo Answers and Quora just aren’t enough for the more complex questions people have.
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Here are some of the best websites for earning money answering people’s questions:
JustAnswer is one of the most highly-trafficked websites for paying people to answer questions. You get paid 50% of what customers are willing to pay for your answer as your commission.
KGB allows you to make money answering questions via text message. If you are in the US, Canada, or the Philippines, you can answer questions on this site. Expect $0.03 – $0.10 per answer.
FixYa is more technical and the questions people ask are related more towards fixing electronics and other things. You earn points that you can redeem for rewards.
Wonder allows you to get paid for answering questions from their research dashboard. You don’t get paid unless the customer is satisfied with the answer though.
5. Live Person
The great thing about Live Person is you get paid via PayPal. You also get to set your own rate and work your own hours.
CreatePool lets you make money by sharing your expertise much like the other sites on this list. They will take 20% of your earnings as their commission and leave you the other 80% to keep.
What makes Weegy different from other sites on this list is they have a directory with answers to many questions on their already. You get paid when you answer questions that aren’t in that directory. Expect about $0.20 per answer.
8. Experts 123
Experts 123 helps you earn money by either answering questions or writing articles. People are hired worldwide and they have both revenue sharing as well as upfront pay opportunities.
9. Help Owl
With Help Owl, you get paid in redeemable points when you answer people’s questions. They have worldwide opportunities.
When you use Ether, you answer questions via phone (or other way of making calls). You get to set your own pay but Ether still gets a 15% commission out of it.
With Maven you are more of a consultant where you can select your hourly rate and help people as an expert. They hire people all around the world.
Directly is geared more towards customer support and helping people with questions relating to specific companies. It’s sort of a cross between company chat support and a site like Quora. You’re kind of a freelance customer support rep and you can cash out with as little as $2 in earnings.
13. Chegg Study
Chegg is geared more towards helping students who have questions related to courses or specific textbooks.
If you feel like you’re qualified to give advice specifically about small businesses and how to run them, check out SmallbizAdvice.
PrestoExperts is a platform known for having 24/7 support for people who have a wide range of questions.They cover tech, business, health, counseling, and much more.
Keen is a little different from the other sites on this list because it is more geared towards psychics, horoscopes, and things of that nature.