Use Qmee to pay for your Premium Membership

Last Update: December 27, 2019

Starting out can be tough in affiliate marketing. If you really want to up your chances at success in this industry upgrading to Wealthy Affiliate premium is the best choice you can make. The benefits out weigh the price of premium big time!

But when times are tight financially $49 a month can be hard to come by. Well I ran across a website that you can use to make that $49 a month for your premium membership. The website I'm talking about is Qmee.

https://www.qmee.com/

Qmee is a survey site and you won't get rich by taking online surveys but with Qmee you can make enough to pay for your Wealthy Affiliate Premium membership. You get paid for taking surveys and the great thing about Qmee is you can cash out anytime for any amount right to your PayPal account!

I have personally tried it and have cashed out. Qmee does pay and they pay fast. So if you are struggling or don't think you can afford a premium membership for Wealthy Affiliate think again. I made $7 in a few hours of taking surveys so if you do that a few times a month you can make enough to pay your membership fees.

Qmee also has an affiliate program. You can get paid $1 for every person that you refer who cashes out in Qmee.

I thought I would pass this along to someone who might be struggling to pay their membership here. Hope this helps.

I would like to here of other bootstrap ways that people have paid for their Premium memberships?

Cheerz,

Cory Haasnoot aka Encourager1

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cris1018 Premium
Hey Cory,

I made some sales to pay for this years renewal (yay!) but my first year, I walked around my house, found some items that were no longer needed/used/etc, and sold them on Craigslist, FB Marketplace, etc. Probably one of the fastest and easiest ways to cover the fee! (Of course, I paid the annual fee - much less in the long run and don't have to worry about another payment for a year.)
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Nqueen Premium
Thank you Cory, I have heard a lot about Qmee but haven't yet given it a try.

Another great site worth checking out is Prolific. It used to be called Prolific Academy because it is academically inclined.

They pay per hourly rate of $6.50 or more.
Surveys not up to an hour are still deduced based on this amount.

The surveys varies between 1 minute to about an hour, though the highest I have tried out was a 45 minutes survey that paid £7.50.

But to succeed with Prolific it is best to install their browser extension which helps you know when studies are available.
As they hardly ever send email invites.

Cheers...
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Encourager1 Premium
Sounds like Prolific would be worth looking into. Thanks for the recommendation!
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Nqueen Premium
You are very much welcomed.
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Ropesa Premium
Me and Survey sites are not friends, does this one discriminate against demographic? I used to fill out lots of personal information then I would be informed that I don't qualify due to demographics. Yet they would keep my information and flood my inbox with all kinds of junk mail. It appears to me as though most survey sites are catered for US citizens only.
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Encourager1 Premium
I'm not sure about the demographics. Qmee warns against adding personal information into the survey and they have a function to report if a survey is asking you personal questions.

If you spend a lot of time on a survey and then get told you don't quality Qmee will pay you 5 cents or more for your time.

I have received no junk email from this site. I wouldn't have recommended just any survey site because most of them are junk. Qmee is one of the few that works.
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Ropesa Premium
Wow! OK, well, then I hope people will try it out and be able to pay for their WA membership.
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MacJack Premium
Hi Cory,

As well as everyone else on this thread, I appreciate what you have shared however useful it is and unintentional as the overlook you may have had. This is considered spam.

I would suggest you asking a question on the question tab asking if anyone would like to know more about this to PM you and you send them the link then. So as not to get yourself flagged.

Mac
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Stanleycmng Premium
You are right, Mac.
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Encourager1 Premium
The link is not an affiliate link. I don’t get anything from this
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Stanleycmng Premium
Cory, great post to help newbies earn quick income. I am also not sure of the link criteria, since it is a helpful post. Taken wholesale, then no external links. What I usually do is only put internal(WA) links and unlinked external links, so it is just a reference.
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MacJack Premium
I was just referencing this statement "Qmee also has an affiliate program. You can get paid $1 for every person that you refer who cashes out in Qmee."
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Encourager1 Premium
That's just a fact.
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MacJack Premium
Good Deal. I owe you my apologies.
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JamesDuck Premium
I like it! I think I'll look around in the site and see if I want to join. I make sure I go through the link on this article when I do. Thanks again.
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