Paid to Click sites are pretty self-explanatory. You click on adverts within in the site, another website pops up, you stay on the page for a set amount of time (usually up to a maximum of 30 seconds) and you receive £,$ or points towards cash.
Clixsense has been one of my favourite little earners for a while. It’s a site you can dip in and out of when you feel you’ve got a spare 10 minutes here and there.
With clixsense, you earn real money as you go and you can see the dollars building up at the top of the page.
Like Swagbucks, you complete tasks online and are rewarded as you complete them. My favourite activity on clixsense is actually the lowest earner. I enjoy the Paid to Click (PTC) adverts. These only earn you a few cents each time but all you have to do is click on the ad, verify that you’re human by choosing the photo of a cat, then stay on the page for a set number of seconds. Easy peasy! My 7 year old daughter loves finding the cat for me and clicking on the adverts,.
There is also a survey section which can be a big earner alongside online tasks to complete.
Like some of the other PTC sites, clixsense has an offers wall. Through the offers wall you can access various onine missions such as watching videos, liking pages on facebook, downloading apps. It can be really varied. And obviously, every single task/offer you do will earn you money.
You can withdraw via paypal with these too which I find really handy and pretty quick.
Definitely a great little sideline to have a play about with.
Neobux is another fab Paid to Click site. There are often hundreds of adverts available to click. Each one simply requires a click on the icon and staying on the page for a set number of seconds. This is a slow-burner but one you can sit and do in front of the TV when your brain needs a rest!
Neobux also have an “Offers” section where you can complete small tasks for extra points. I’ll admit to not having used that section much, I just haven’t had time. But they generally involve filling your details in with various sites. I’d suggest that if you’re going to do that side of it that you consider setting up a separate email to avoid spam in your usual account.
Cashout is available via Paypal which is always a big benefit for me as it’s usually quicker than waiting for funds to hit the bank. The minimum amount paid is $2.00 on the first cashout. This amount then increases by $1.00 for each cashout until it reaches a fixed minimum amount of $10.00. After that, the minimum amount will always be $10.00.