Archives for March 2013

Survey Sites

The Idea If you read any article about ways to make money on the internet, you will undoubtedly hear about online survey sites. These are sites that reward you to participate in short online surveys on a range of topics. This reward usually comes in the form of points-per-survey, which you can exchange for cash […]

Week 1

As the first full week of my project draws to a close, it’s time to take a look back and do my first weekly roundup. In my head I had a goal to have hit £100 by the end of week 1. Rather disappointingly I finished just £1.94 shy of that magic number, but it is so […]

Web Hosting Vouchers

Vidahost was recommended to me by several sources when I was looking for web hosting, so after a bit of research I went for them. They’re as cheap as anyone else I found and they’ve been excellent. Support is second to none, and I haven’t ever experienced any problems with them. I would certainly recommend at […]

Mystery Shopping

The Idea Mystery shopping is a pretty simple concept; companies want to know if things are being done the way they want, so they pay a company who finds people to go and test this, report back and get paid for their troubles. I signed up to a few mystery shopping companies a few weeks […]

Search Lotto

The Idea Ok, I’ll be the first to admit this one is a bit of a long shot… but as the old saying goes, you have to buy a ticket to win the raffle. Well actually in this instance, you don’t have to buy a ticket. Search Lotto is a site that allows you to gain […]


The Idea Cashback websites have been around for a number of years now, but are only recently becoming mainstream. You may well have seen the recent deluge of adverts on TV or plastered around public transport. They essentially offer a percentage of your purchase back if you click on their link to access retailers. There […]

Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant – Guide To Financial Freedom

By Robert T. Kiyosaki The follow-up to his highly successful first title ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad‘, Cashflow Quadrant introduces the idea of four main quadrants that each individual can operate in, as defined by how the person generates the majority of their income. This book follows on from the lessons taught in the first book, and while […]

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