1. Slice The Pie

You could also try a referral program like Slice the Pie's.

With Slice the Pie, you can earn 10% of whatever your referrals earn from the site.

So, other than referring people to the site, you can also make money reviewing songs and fashion.

For songs, you listen to them for at least 90 seconds and then give a multi-sentence review on what you did or did not like about the song. Then, you give the song a rating on a scale of 1 to 10 and submit it.

Rating fashion is very similar. You just look at pictures and information on the product, give your thoughts and then a 1 out of 10 rating.

You can rate products and songs on your computer or mobile device and payment is made via PayPal once you hit at least $10 in your account.
If you want a referral code to get started use: U462C13E.

2. JustAnswer

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. Also, if you want to be paid via PayPal, that is an option.

3. 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.

4. Studypool

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.

And, if you want to get paid via PayPal, that is an option.

5. Weegy

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.

Once you've made at least $20, your funds can auto-transfer to your PayPal account.

6. Experts123

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.

7. Directly

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. You get paid within 2-4 days, and PayPal is an option.

8. 1Q

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.

9. myLot

At myLot, 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.

10. Opinion Outpost

Once you answer a few questions about yourself, you can start doing surveys for money with Opinion Outpost.

You get paid in points that can later be redeemed for money via PayPal or gift cards for sites like Amazon and iTunes.

It takes about 10 points to equal $1.

You don't have to cash out via PayPal or gift cards though.

Another option is to use your points to get entries into a $10,000 quarterly prize drawing or for donations to a non-profit.

You won't make a lot of money with Opinion Outpost (or any survey site), but it's a pretty good option compared to many of its competitors.

11. Survey Junkie

If you're at least 16 years old and reside in the US, you can take surveys with Survey Junkie for some extra money.

This is another site where you earn points for surveys that can be redeemed via PayPal, gift cards, or a direct bank transfer.

You have to reach 1,000 points or more before you can cash out.

There is also an app available for both iOS and Android for doing surveys on your mobile device.

12. Vindale Research

Vindale Research is another site where you can make some extra money via PayPal taking surveys.

One nice thing about Vindale Research is that you earn money for each survey instead of points that have to be converted.

Plus, you can get $1 just for signing up.

On top of that, you can earn $5 for every new member you refer to the site.

Other ways to make money from Vindale Research include watching videos and reading promotional emails.

13. Get Reviewed

Get Reviewed is another site where you can get paid to review products or services on your blog.

It's kind of like a marketplace where people will pay bloggers to publish their thoughts on a product or service related to their niche.

You also collect your payments via PayPal.

13 Websites That Pay You PayPal for Your Opinions

Justin Bryant
Justin Bryant

I'm an entrepreneur, fitness freak, artist, car enthusiast, sports fan and self improvement addict. My goal is to help people be their best and create incredible businesses that change the world.

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