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Hello from South Africa
« on: February 11, 2016, 09:18:22 AM »
Hi everyone! I'm Melissa and I'm from South Africa. I'm a stay at home mom and  have only recently decided to start working from home. I am currently trying different online ways of making money but still haven't found something that I absolutely love. Hope to learn a lot here and to maybe also help someone else in the process.

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2016, 09:49:34 AM »
Hi Melissa, welcome to the forum. I think this is a great place for you to discover things to do while at home, better, we get paid doing them. Any issue, just ask. ;)

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2016, 05:46:01 PM »
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Hi Melissa, welcome to the forum. I think this is a great place for you to discover things to do while at home, better, we get paid doing them. Any issue, just ask. ;)
Thank you for the welcome! I'm actually having some trouble finding posts that's not too old. A lot of the posts that I have viewed are almost a year old. I don't know if I'm looking in the wrong place. And I don't want to start a new discussion when there is one that has the answers to my questions. Or do you think I should just start a thread and follow it from there?

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2016, 02:11:39 AM »
Hello there, Melissa! Welcome to the forum. I am pretty sure that this online community would be a great source of information regarding online work for you. Feel free to post a thread about anything related to freelancing, or bump some old posts. :) All the best.


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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2016, 02:42:23 AM »
Hey Melissa and welcome! I'm a fellow stay at home mom here, I mainly just do bits and pieces taking online surveys and doing forum posts. I need to try and branch out to article writing too...one day, I hope!

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #5 on: April 13, 2016, 06:22:58 AM »
Hi everyone. It is good to see a fellow South African. I really find it hard work to earn online as most of the sites and surveys do not cater for South Africans. I find this frustrating as according to Google trends we are 6th on the list of countries that use their search engine.

I am trying to make enough money online to quit my current job and become a full time stay at home father that can sustain the household. If you know of any new opportunities for us South Africans please let me know.

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2016, 04:04:15 AM »
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Hi everyone. It is good to see a fellow South African. I really find it hard work to earn online as most of the sites and surveys do not cater for South Africans. I find this frustrating as according to Google trends we are 6th on the list of countries that use their search engine.

I am trying to make enough money online to quit my current job and become a full time stay at home father that can sustain the household. If you know of any new opportunities for us South Africans please let me know.

I agree! It's really hard to find sites that allow South Africans, especially for writing. At this moment I'm registered and using a couple of sites, I'll list them below for you. The best ones will be at the top.

1. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you tutor English to people all over the world. You can have very relaxed casual conversation lessons with students for them to practice English, or you can set up a lesson plan to tutor. I've found having conversational lessons at the beginning to build your regular student base works a bit better. Before you start tutoring, I suggest you read the tutor guide and watch the videos in the tutor guide to help you get started. Approval of your account is necessary, and my account took 24 hours to be approved. You don't need a teaching qualification,  and English doesn't really have to be your native language (although this helps), my native language is Afrikaans, but my English is really good. I signed up in Feb 2016 and tutored 1225 minutes (20.4 hours) and so far made $199.92, all paid out to my PayPal account every Monday if your account is at $20 or more by 9am (SA time). They pay $0.17 per minute of tutoring.

2. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you subscribe to different forums and blogs and post your daily limit on the forums and blogs. You earn points according to your rating and those points can be exchanged for money (it's about $0.05 per point). You can only withdraw your points when you have 100 or more points in your PL account. This site is a little slow going for me, but it's because I'm only subscribed to 2 forums and 1 blog at the moment. You have to post quality posts or you'll get a bad rating, and I don't want to subscribe to forums and blogs that I don't know anything about the topic just to get the points and end up hurting my rating.

3.You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you write reviews for different things, be it products around the house, websites, places, movies, books, you name it. As long as it is a unique review and not used on other sites, you can write the reviews here. I suggest you read all the FAQs and how to's before you get started. The payment per review differs, I usually get bulk price, it's the normal offering price devided by 5. Your withdrawal has to reach a minimum withdrawal and this is worked out by taking the normal offering price of your very first review and multiplying it by 10. My withdrawal min is at $104 and my account only at $33...so this is really slow for me because I'm averaging about $2 per review.

4. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This is a testing website. You test apps and websites on your phone and/ or computer. Tests coming in are really slow (due to me being in SA), but when they do, the payment is quite good. They pay in Euros and payment differs from test to test. So far I've made 30 Euros that was paid out to my PayPal account. You need a minimum of 10 Euros to request a withdrawal. Also read the FAQs and How to's before you start testing.

5. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This is also a testing site. The tests come in a bit more frequently than on Test Birds, but the screening tests of the last few tests threw me out because I didn't qualify to take the test. This is all due to being from SA. You do get tests that you can participate in, it's just also a bit slow coming in. You get paid $10 per test and that is paid out 7 days after the completion and approval of the test data. It's paid into your PayPal account and I've made $30 from this site so far all paid out to me.

6. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This site has many many mixed reviews. I use this site because it's sometimes easy money. The money is little but it comes. The jobs take a long time to complete and the payment approval also takes some tim to be approved. I have been paid out 10 Euros by this site into my PayPal account. They automatically pay out as soon as your payable balance reaches 7 Euros or more. You can't request a withdrawal. You have to do some tests before you can start with the actual "jobs". So again, read all the FAQs and How to's before you start.

That's it for now. The other sites I'm using, I'm not yet at the withdrawal minimum and can't say that they definitely pay out. Please let me know if this was helpful or not. And if you know of any other sites that's not listed here, please let me know, then I can try them out as well.  :)

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2017, 03:47:36 PM »
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Hi everyone. It is good to see a fellow South African. I really find it hard work to earn online as most of the sites and surveys do not cater for South Africans. I find this frustrating as according to Google trends we are 6th on the list of countries that use their search engine.

I am trying to make enough money online to quit my current job and become a full time stay at home father that can sustain the household. If you know of any new opportunities for us South Africans please let me know.

I agree! It's really hard to find sites that allow South Africans, especially for writing. At this moment I'm registered and using a couple of sites, I'll list them below for you. The best ones will be at the top.

1. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you tutor English to people all over the world. You can have very relaxed casual conversation lessons with students for them to practice English, or you can set up a lesson plan to tutor. I've found having conversational lessons at the beginning to build your regular student base works a bit better. Before you start tutoring, I suggest you read the tutor guide and watch the videos in the tutor guide to help you get started. Approval of your account is necessary, and my account took 24 hours to be approved. You don't need a teaching qualification,  and English doesn't really have to be your native language (although this helps), my native language is Afrikaans, but my English is really good. I signed up in Feb 2016 and tutored 1225 minutes (20.4 hours) and so far made $199.92, all paid out to my PayPal account every Monday if your account is at $20 or more by 9am (SA time). They pay $0.17 per minute of tutoring.

2. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you subscribe to different forums and blogs and post your daily limit on the forums and blogs. You earn points according to your rating and those points can be exchanged for money (it's about $0.05 per point). You can only withdraw your points when you have 100 or more points in your PL account. This site is a little slow going for me, but it's because I'm only subscribed to 2 forums and 1 blog at the moment. You have to post quality posts or you'll get a bad rating, and I don't want to subscribe to forums and blogs that I don't know anything about the topic just to get the points and end up hurting my rating.

3.You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - Here you write reviews for different things, be it products around the house, websites, places, movies, books, you name it. As long as it is a unique review and not used on other sites, you can write the reviews here. I suggest you read all the FAQs and how to's before you get started. The payment per review differs, I usually get bulk price, it's the normal offering price devided by 5. Your withdrawal has to reach a minimum withdrawal and this is worked out by taking the normal offering price of your very first review and multiplying it by 10. My withdrawal min is at $104 and my account only at $33...so this is really slow for me because I'm averaging about $2 per review.

4. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This is a testing website. You test apps and websites on your phone and/ or computer. Tests coming in are really slow (due to me being in SA), but when they do, the payment is quite good. They pay in Euros and payment differs from test to test. So far I've made 30 Euros that was paid out to my PayPal account. You need a minimum of 10 Euros to request a withdrawal. Also read the FAQs and How to's before you start testing.

5. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This is also a testing site. The tests come in a bit more frequently than on Test Birds, but the screening tests of the last few tests threw me out because I didn't qualify to take the test. This is all due to being from SA. You do get tests that you can participate in, it's just also a bit slow coming in. You get paid $10 per test and that is paid out 7 days after the completion and approval of the test data. It's paid into your PayPal account and I've made $30 from this site so far all paid out to me.

6. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login - This site has many many mixed reviews. I use this site because it's sometimes easy money. The money is little but it comes. The jobs take a long time to complete and the payment approval also takes some tim to be approved. I have been paid out 10 Euros by this site into my PayPal account. They automatically pay out as soon as your payable balance reaches 7 Euros or more. You can't request a withdrawal. You have to do some tests before you can start with the actual "jobs". So again, read all the FAQs and How to's before you start.

That's it for now. The other sites I'm using, I'm not yet at the withdrawal minimum and can't say that they definitely pay out. Please let me know if this was helpful or not. And if you know of any other sites that's not listed here, please let me know, then I can try them out as well.  :)


Wow! Many info to check. Definitely I will try these to see which one works better. Thanks a lot for this info!

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #8 on: June 18, 2017, 08:30:01 AM »
Hi Melissa and welcome to the forum. I've never been in South Africa and I always wanted to go there. What's it like to live there?

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Re: Hello from South Africa
« Reply #9 on: June 18, 2017, 02:19:06 PM »
Hi im from the Philippines but currently working In Middle East. I'm hoping someone could introduce me to Jobs on line other PostLoop coz its really hard to find sites that is working in Saudi. I've used cash pirate, watch and earn and others but they only provide me either 2 or 3 to download. And ifmy computations are correct. I can earn $5 a month. So please help me.

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