Here are 19 websites that pay you via PayPal to answer questions online.
And don't worry, these aren't surveys.
At 1Q, you get paid to to start discussions or answer questions.
It's kind of like a forum. The more valuable your content is and the higher it is rated, the more money you can earn.
The minimum you'll need to cash out every month is $5 and you may do so via PayPal.
With 1Q, you can give text message answers to people who have questions about business.
You get paid $0.50 per answer and PayPal is an option for cashing out.
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.
Here, you keep 50% of what the customer pays for providing the answer.
Also, you get paid within 2-4 days, and PayPal is an option.
Experts123 helps you earn money by either answering questions or writing articles ($10-$20 per article).
People are hired worldwide and they have both revenue sharing as well as upfront pay opportunities.
You can be paid via PayPal once you have a minimum of $20 earned.
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 to make about $0.20 per answer.
Once you've made at least $20, your funds can auto-transfer to your PayPal account.
Studypool, formerly known as 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.
Also, keep in mind that most questions at Studypool are academic-related.
7. 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.
You also will need a minimum of $50 earned to cash out.
To apply, make sure and check their careers page at the link above for chat jobs.
8. Just Answer
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.
You may be able to make between $20-$50 per question you successfully answer.
And of course, if you want to be paid via PayPal, that is an option.
If you don't mind making a few calls as a mystery shopper, you can make some money answering questions about customer service and other things about companies.
At Call Center QA, you can make $5 per 5-10 minute phone call with no experience necessary.
To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and reside in the United States.
You can also get paid weekly.
There are lots of companies out there that will pay you to answer questions and give your opinion about website and app designs, user-friendliness, etc.
Userzoom is one of these sites and their partner program, Intellizoom, lets you sign up to be a tester.
You can get paid $2-$10 per review.
TryMyUi is similar to Userzoom. You get paid to test websites and apps.
As far as how much, you can earn $10 per test and each test lasts about 20 minutes.
Userlytics is also a site where you can get paid to answer questions about websites and apps that are being tested.
Here, you can earn $5-$90 per test for your feedback.
You can also work here from many countries around the world, but you have to be 16 years old to start.
The last of the website testing companies I wanted to mention is UserTesting.
Here you can earn up to $60 per test, but usually $10 each.
Each test takes about 20 minutes, can be done worldwide, and requires you to be 18 years of age or older.
At Wonder, you can get paid $10-$15 per hour to be an online researcher.
Here, the types of questions you'll need to answer will be related to explaining certain trends, competition for businesses, statistics, etc.
At Cambly, you can get paid specifically to help people learn English.
You can get paid $10.20 per hour weekly via PayPal, every Monday with no prior experience.
If you have an academic background, you can get paid to answer people's question about a certain school subject you might be an expert in.
At Chegg, you can earn $20 per hour to tutor middle school, high school, college, or professional level students.
They have a wide range of subjects you can tutor in and you can get paid weekly.
You also get to set your own schedule and work from wherever you like.
17. Valued Voice
If you have a good-sized blog, YouTube or social media following, you can get paid to share your opinion on different aspects of a product or service.
At Valued Voice, you can sign up as a content creator and get sponsorship deals from companies that think their product or service would be great for your audience.
You can get paid within 72 hours via PayPal.
PayPerPost is similar to Valued Voice except its mostly for bloggers.
They have tons of different industries on that you can be apart of, so if you have a blog with some followers, you should be able to find some sponsors.
GetReviewed is also similar to PayPerPost.
You can get paid for blog sponsored posts and reviews that usually will revolve around you answering common questions about and giving your opinion of a product or service.
And, as all the other sites on this post do, it allows you to get paid via PayPal.