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5 Tips to Find Online Legitimate Site

I started working online year 2006. My first online gig is Mylot. After a year, I receivedmy first $10. I was so happy. At present there are lots of online jobs available that can earn you more than your monthly salary at your offline job. I will share some tips that are base on my experiences and hope it can help you.

1. Some Legitimate online site that last long are those that pay small. Mylot and Morachat are the primary forum posting site that is still existing. However, a lot of people will not stay because of small payment or maybe some will join the site but will not be staying for whole day.

2. Whenever someone suggest you their online site, regardless if they gave you their referral link, get the name of that site and search a review. Review can be reliable to your decision. It depends on you if you will try or not.

3. Search their Facebook pages and read timeline posts. You will find their Facebook page by clicking the Facebook button on the site itself.

4. If you find the site pay more compare to other site, you can entertain your doubt. For example, Persona Paper earns you 0.005 per view, likes and comments, while your new sites pays 0.1 per view. It is unbelievable to receive high pay like that. Can this site survive if they have millions of members?

5. Last is when you visit the site and read FAQ, Terms of Use, Policies and How it Works. In that way you can analyze how legitimate the site is. You might not believe what the site promises you but by reading, it will push you to try the site and work in it.

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levis2014 wrote on June 13, 2014, 3:49 AM

Thanks for the tips.

devonavis wrote on June 13, 2014, 4:46 AM

I'm a member of MyLot, too,. So sad it is not a paying site now. I'm not really sure why they changed it into what is it today. :(

Ohana wrote on June 13, 2014, 5:16 AM

devonavis oh the site is not paying now, I shared on the article above that it is paying, so it is not.

momathome wrote on June 13, 2014, 11:24 AM

My normal routine is to consider the source of the referral (do I trust them), if so then I go to the site and check out the FAQ, Terms of Use, About Us, etc. That's how I typically decide whether to join or not.

Ohana wrote on June 14, 2014, 7:47 AM

momathome that is my thing too, i read all about the site before deciding to join so that not to waste my time