Weekly Work At Home Recap 10-29-2010

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Hi Guys,

Hope you had a great week. Mine was pretty interesting to say the least. But I'm not going to harp on it or bore you with the details. In any event, I just want to give you a work at home update on some opportunities that I have reviewed in the past. Hopefully it helps you guys make more money. So let's get into it.

Fusion Cash

Love'em or hate'em get paid to try offer sites are a great way to make money. This is provided you stay organized, read the fine print of the offers and have a separate email for this type of work. I've personally made some decent money applying these precautions. That being said for a whIle Fusion Cash was only open to U.S. residents. But my buddy Tyler has recently decided to open it to our neighbors up north in Canada. So if you're a Canadian looking for another source of legitimate income, you may want to consider Fusion Cash. Some things Canadian Fusion Cash users should be aware of are as follows:

– Features like Paid to Click, and Daily Cash Emails are not yet available.

– CA members can only be paid via Verified PayPal account.

– There is a $599/calendar year maximum for earnings; earnings beyond this point are not redeemable (this is for tax law reasons).

Other than these restrictions you're good to go.

Either way be sure to read my review on Fusion Cash and my article about get paid to try offers. This way you'll have a positive experience with this company or get paid offers in general. By the way, for those of you that place a lot of value on consumer protection ratings, I'd like to point out that at the time of this article FC has A+ rating with the BBB.


Swagbucks has added yet another way to earn money with their company (Read my review here). I gotta tell you how much I love this site. Where most companies become shadier as they get bigger, Swagbucks just spreads the love even more with their users. A lot of companies can learn from them. In any event, if you're anything like me you've probably spent a lot of time watching youtube videos and such. But wouldn't it be nice if you got paid for doing that? Well now you can with Swagbucks TV. You already know that you can randomly earn swagbucks for searching the web. But now with SwagBucks TV you can earn swagbucks while watching videos on their site. Please keep in mind that winning is just as random as searching. Unfortunately you can't earn a set amount per video otherwise I'd be doing that all day long. lol But instead of using your down time to watch videos on youtube that don't pay you. Head to Swagbucks.com and start browsing their video section instead. At least you have a chance of earning some money for doing it. I personally haven't spent enough time their yet to do so. But I plan to. By the way I recently cashed out two Apple Gift cards that I plan to add to some other apple gift cards I redeemed a few months ago to buy the new MacBook Air. It goes to show you how this funny money can add up if you're consistent and refer others.


I just want to let you know that a few weeks ago I won $50 from InstantCashSweepstakes.com. And just this week I received an email from them to take a "Rapid Response" poll. The catch of this poll was that I needed to visit the site right away to take it. In return for doing so I earned .25 for about 5 seconds of work. It was the easiest the quarter I've ever earned excluding finding one on a sidewalk. lol, So be on the look out for those Rapid Response poll emails from ICS. I don't know if they're sending them out to everyone or when. But you never know.

Well that's my work at home updates for the week. Hope you find them useful. If not, I've listed some traditional job leads below that may be more to your liking. Enjoy either way.

Monday 10/25/2010

Legal Secretary, Paralegal, Virtual Assistant


Legal Researcher

Social Media Representative

Writer with Military Background

Japanese Speaking Assistant

Tuesday 10/26/2010

System Administrator

Media/Creative Professional

Bookkeeping Assistant

Billing & Collections Workmen's Comp

E-Commerce Copywriter/E-Commerce Writer

Wednesday 10/27/2010

Article & Blog Writer

Blog Writer

Business Blog Writer

Real Estate Blogger – Editor – Administrator


Blog Content Writer

Bankruptcy Paralegal/Filing Clerk

TV & Celebrity Gossip and News Writer/Blogger

Thursday 10/28/2010

HR/Payroll Business Analyst

Web Analytics Review & Reports

Expert Photo/Photoshop Editor

Title Insurance Closer

Writer for doing postings on Forums and Question – Answers

Online Marketing Specialist

Recommended Instant Work At Home Opportunities

Email Reader

Online Poll Takers

Online Shoppers

Ad Clickers Wanted (Clixsense)

Ad Clickers Wanted (YouData)

Get Paid To Be Green

Get Paid To Search The Web (SwagBucks)

Get Paid To Search The Web (iRazoo)

Mystery Shoppers

Online Chatters

Text Message Operators

Make Money With Used Books

Survey Taker

Work At Home With Amazon.com (Data Entry, Typing, etc) Data Entry, Typing, & More

More Job Leads HomeJobStop.com (Membership based site)

4 thoughts on “Weekly Work At Home Recap 10-29-2010”

  1. Alexander,
    You’re welcome. It’s so weird you’ve never won any cash with ICS. Try logging in multiple times a day to take the polls for a week or so. It should improve your chances of earning. The same applies with Swagbucks.com. With fusion cash there isn’t much luck involved with that one. It’s a matter of doing the offers and getting paid. Hope this helps.

  2. Thanks for sharing these sites. I never seem to have any luck with them, but they do seem like a good way to make some extra cash for some folks. I’ve been a member of ICS for months and months and months and still haven’t won a single thing. 🙁 I keep trying though and answering surveys day after day because they’re easy and addictive!

  3. Eddy,

    Once again you’ve saved me time and trouble. I’m very short of cash so I am trying the sites in this week’s update. The original articles telling how to handle this type of offer are really valuable. I opened a new website for these activities and I’m very glad I did. I would have been overwhelmed otherwise. Thse offers are reallly time consuming. I put a limit on how much time I would spend on them each day, and that has worked to my advantage, too.

    Thanks again for your help.

    • Eunice,
      Glad to hear it. The offers can be very tricky and time consuming. But if you apply the tips in my articles you should do just fine. Just be sure to read the fine print of the offers and terms of condition. That’s usually where they bury the cancelation or customer service information. When I did this opportunity, I would often use the contact information they buried to contact the company before even trying the offer. What I was doing was determining if there would be someone that would respond to me fairly quickly. If so then I felt more inclined to do the offer. If I noticed the response was slow or none at all, then I would avoid the offer altogether. So that’s another tip for you. Good luck! I hope things get much better for you in terms of your cash situation. Lord knows we all can use more cash nowadays.

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