Do you like to solve problems? If so answering peoples questions online might be a good way for you to earn a little extra money. However, in order to be successful at this you must follow a few simple steps. A list of potential sites that a Paid Problem Solver can work at is also listed.
Things You'll Need
- The ability to solve problems.
Start by participating in only one answer questions for money programs. You can start with any of the link in the recourse box below, if you have not signed up for one yet.
Read through all the instructions and view others work. Do not be afraid to ask questions.
Answer questions to get your points up before you start to charge. I would anticipate you needing to answer at least 10 questions with good reviews for free before you will receive any paid answers.
When you start answering questions make sure they are correct and to the point. Also make sure you answer exactly what the question is. Do not try to do these to promote traffic to your website.
When you start to charge for you answers make sure you are not requesting to much. View others posts to get a point of reference. Some sites will set the charge for you.
After you feel comfortable in your first site, you should add another from the resource box. Do not add them to fast, but if you are looking to make a good portion of extra money you will need to participate in at least a few.
Tips & Warnings
- If you do not know the answer and can not find a reliable source to answer the question, do not answer it.
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