This is very clever site that could easily earn you £20 to £30 a year – if not more – by doing very little.
QMee is a ‘plug in’ to your browser (the software you use to surf the internet) that offers up a few links when you perform a search in Google, Yahoo or Bing. It will also offer links in Amazon and eBay. The links pop up on the side and you’ll get between 4p and 8p if you chose to click on one they’ve suggested. Sometimes it’s what you are looking for, sometimes it’s a little tangental.
The great thing about it is that it’s not intrusive and you can ignore if you want. It’ll pop up in the left hand side of a search result telling you how much you will get for clicking on the link.
It doesn’t take long to click through a couple of pages and return to search to go to what you are actually after. You can normally hit three or four of these side links before they stop offering you cash. However there’s no guarantee you’ll be offered any of these paid links.
Over a month, the pennies can add up. I started mid January 2014 and in the first year I earned around £13. Ok, it’s not a life changing amount of money, but I hardly did anything for it and since I know what I’m after when I surf I’m not a huge googler. But if you really went for it, then it may be possible to get as much as £50.
Qmee works in Windows, Mac OSX and Linux, using Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer. It doesn’t work on tablets or mobiles. You do need to install it, but it’s very simple and you can do here.