Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Get Paid To Read Emails

When I first lost my job last year I was not sure what I was going to do. Most businesses had not been taking applications for months and it got harder and harder to find any open positions. After a month of disappointment I turned to the internet and stumbled upon this site,, and figured that I would make the most of the extra time on my hands. I started writing about saving money and at the same time trying to promote products and drive traffic to my site.

That's when I found and my life got much simpler!

Let me start by saying this is not a "get rich quick scam." This a great way to earn some much needed extra income in these hard times.
Let me also tell you that you can make money reading emails with this service and never pay a penny! There are several Pro and Premium package upgrades that are available, but no kidding, you will receive 2-4 commercial emails in the first 48 hours of your free sign up and you will be paid cash to read them.

All you need is a computer and an internet connection!

You can log into your FREE Hits4Pay account and read paid emails from the Internal mailbox. You have to sign into Hits4Pay daily to read your ads. Just click on "Internal Mailbox" and then click on emails waiting to see if there are ads to be read. Then you click on the ad to read... At the top it will say:
"Please wait until your account has been credited." This usually takes about 45 seconds and then it it will say...
"Your account has been credited." There will be a yellow box next to that, that says...
"click here to view the next ad." If you have anymore ads to view, it will bring up the next one. Otherwise, just check back periodically for new paid emails!

You will make money just by reading your paid emails but you can make even more money by getting referrals! It is extremely easy and anyone can do it in about 15-20 minutes a day! You get referrals by running FREE ads on CraigsList and other free advertising sites. When people sign up under you and they read their emails, YOU get paid too! That is where the real money is and that is how you can make $20 to $40 a day like I do! But, in reality the sky is the limit as to what you can make!
There is virtually no need to pay to run referral ads or buy a mailing list. It is really not necessary! There are plenty of FREE classifieds out there and you can find them by running a Google search "Post Free Business Ads".

Run as many ads as you can in different cities but be sure to follow their site rules as well as the advertising rules from Hits4Pay. Look at other job listings on the advertising sites. Get ideas from their ads and be sure to follow the advertising guidelines as it applies to Hits4pay and the classified ad site.
Posting ads WILL get results and the money is in the referrals. Your referrals and their referrals. You are paid to read YOUR emails. You are paid when your REFERRALS read emails. AND you are paid when THEIR REFERRALS read email.! You can see how this can really add up!

I currently have over 1000 in my downline so far and I make about $280 a week. The vast majority of that can be attributed to referrals! I have been doing this for awhile now and in reality, my referrals pay me a very nice income. That's not bad for just running an ad every few days!
PEOPLE WILL SIGN UP! Just keep your ads simple and professional. Quick and to the point. Take your time retyping any links or urls. I have many samples of ads, emails, and interest letters to get you started. It takes a little time and effort to build a referral base but it is well worth the effort, and it keeps building itself as long as your ads are current and you read your paid emails.
When you sign up as my referral I'll send you an email after a few days that will have attached all the ads I currently use. You can modify them as you wish to make them true to your situation. Just save the files to your computer (it helps to set up a Hits4Pay folder to keep them organized and to make posting go faster) and copy and paste them as you need to! This really saves a lot of time when replying to a bunch of emails from interested people who found your ad!

I keep you updated on any tricks I come across and also send some letters to use in case you or your referrals need some encouragement, the best categories to choose to get the most emails and anything else that might help you. Feel free to copy any and all things I send you. But remember to modify them to be true to your situation as honesty is the best policy.

Just remember, if I send you any ad or letter with my hyperlink in it, make sure you change it to yours that will be given to you by Hits4pay. If you don't reset the hyperlink others that see your add may sign up under me! That happened to me the first month and I had sent my upline about 30 referrals! Don't make the same mistake.

Be sure to keep in touch with your referrals and encourage them. That's the key to building your client base. You've got to train up good referrals so they can continue and train up good referrals! If they are happy and making money, then you'll be happy and making money!

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Coupon Codes

If you have ever shopped at a grocery store or opened the Sunday paper, then chances are, you have encountered several coupons. With the rise of online shopping, this incredible way to save loads of money on your purchases has also gotten a huge upgrade in the form of coupon codes.

Just what are these coupon codes you ask? Coupon codes are a series of numbers and letters, which when entered on certain shopping websites, that allow you to recieve significant discounts on products available on that particular website. They offer the same discounts as your customary paper coupon, without the frustration of paper clippings and those nasty paper cuts!

Just where can one obtain such coupon codes you ask? There are actually a host of websites that offer these money saving tools. These websites actually profit by enabling you to utilize these frugal tools to save you big money on your purchases. I know, I know. That sounds confusing. There's actually a really good reason why a website would profit by providing you with means to reduce your spending.

You have to realize that these coupons are the eqivalent to an advertisement. It is a tool to draw more customers. Think about it, at which store would you spend your hard earned money: the one that sells items strictly at sticker price or the one that offers discounts to faithful shoppers? That's a no-brainer!

Even if a company may lose 15% of their profit by customers using coupons to by their goods, the amount of NEW customers drawn to these discounts makes up for the loss. The company that offers these coupons actually gets a larger piece of the market pie!

Websites that offer these coupon codes get paid everytime a customer uses a code provided by that website to buy products from a company. A coupon code contains information like the origin of the coupon, therefore making it very easy to determine which coupon site should be paid for which customers.

There are several shopping websites that attach coupons directly onto a "shopping cart". In turn, this makes shopping very easy. Although, this can prove to be dangerous. The items in the pre-filled shopping cart may not be necessary to the customer and may not be considered in their budget.

How are these coupon codes used? A typical paper coupon is presented to the cashier at the time of purchase. The coupon is then entered into the computer as a purchase. The value of that particular coupon is recognized as a negative number and therefore deducts the amount of the discount from the total .

Coupon codes work in very much the same way. Although, with coupon codes, the verification process is a lot quicker. The code activates stored information on a website's database. This allows the code to be deducted from the total amount of your purchase very fast.

Just like any other promotional offer, you have to use them wisely. Remember to read the fine print and find out if it really does offer a great discount or if it intends for you to buy something you don't need at a discount price! Utilizing coupons and coupon codes is always a smart thing to do as long as you don't let the coupons persuade you to buy things that you really don't need. Take a look in the cupboard or closet, find out what you need, make a list, and THEN look for coupon codes that go accordingly.

These days, you can't go wrong trying to get the most out of your buck. Any method that leaves a little money in your pocket AFTER the shopping is done is a good thing!


Tuesday, April 7, 2009


I have done extensive research on the web concerning the topic of "Saving Money" or "Frugal Lifestyles." I was surprised to find a lot of helpful information but noticed that after about 50 articles or so, it all becomes a little generic. Yeah, SAVING MONEY IS WHAT WE ALL NEED TO DO but the question is "HOW." Turning off lights, adjusting thermostats, coupon cutting, these certainly have their place. The fact is, you could do all these things and fail to cut spending on monthly, weekly, even daily purchases and never really notice an abundance of money left in your pocket.

What if I told you there is a way to buy what you want or need and SAVE 80%.....getting TOP NAME BRANDS for rock-bottom wholesale prices....earning SERIOUS INCOME reselling these quality products or keeping them for yourself....and SAVING MONEY!!


FREE Thousand Island Dressing Recipe

Tired of those $50 grocery trips after you told yourself before you went in, "I only need a few things!" Start trimming back your spending on high-priced, prepared sauces and mixes by making them in the convenience of your own home and save big money!

2 eggs
1 cup of green olives, minced
2 rounded tablespoons of sweet pickle relish (dill works as well)
2 tablespoons of grated onion
2 cups of mayonnaise
1/2 cup of chili sauce (either your own recipe or Hormel Chili with no beans works well)
1/2 teaspoon hot sauce of your choice (Louisiana Hot Sauce is a good medium)

1. Place eggs in small saucepan. Cover with water and boil for 5-7 minutes over high heat.
Turn off and let eggs cool for 15 minutes in cool water. Drain; peel and finely chop egg*. Place in a medium bowl.

2. Add olives, relish, and onion*

3. Add mayonnaise, chili sauce, and hot sauce to relish and egg mixture. Stir well to combine ingredients.

4. Pour dressing over mixed greens or cucumber and tomato salad

* For a great time saver, put all roughly chopped ingredients in the blender or food processor. Mix until smooth.

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Monday, April 6, 2009

Healthier, Not Wealthier

Some may refer to eating healthy as "eating WEALTHY." The prices of all-natural and organic goods can be expensive. Here are 6 helpful hints to show you what you need to eat healthy on a budget.

You need to make a list and shop alone. Being prepared is always the best policy and children(and sometimes spouses!) can distract you and usually are those drawn to those greasy, salty delights! Going alone will ensure that you stick with the plan, and only buy the foods you need.

Listen, I know we all like our favorite drink at the game. Just order the smallest size available to save money and calories. Remember, as an officer in the Marine Corps told me, "the water you drink today is what helps you tomorrow." Soldiers are REQUIRED to drink a half gallon of water the night before a long hike. STAY HYDRATED! Packing a cooler with water is inexpensive and convenient.
Adults and even children need 8 oz water per hour when active outdoors. Don't forget your pets either!

When certain fruits are in season, buy them in bulk and freeze what you don't use. Make sure to was the fruit thoroughly, discard any bruised or damaged pieces, let dry, then freeze in Zip-Lock plastic bags.

Eating good portions of beans give you protein at a great price. Also, dry beans are cheap and can be prepared easily to feed large groups.
Simply wash the beans in cool water. The water will cloud at first and become clear as the beans clean. Soak them, totally immersed overnight. Now, it's best if you can save the bone from a ham or roast and include it in the crock pot. If there is none available, a slice of bacon, or chicken thighs work well. Add entire contents to crock pot and cook on low ALL DAY LONG!
If the musical aspect of this fruit turns your nose, just add a half of a teaspoon of baking powder (not soda) to the mixture. This will cause the liquid to foam a bit and relieve some gaseous pressure!

If you live near the coast, or have access to local ponds or rivers, make fish a selection in your diet. As a native Floridian, I have had great success fishing in local ponds and rivers. Your area will be unique and have various things to offer. You can research it on the web and find great places right in your neighborhood. It's relaxing, it's something the whole family could enjoy, and it saves a little money in the process.

Fill up on foods that have a high content of water... Watermelon, salads, and sugar free Jello are all great examples. You will never drink or eat too much water! Oh, remember! What goes in must come out! Keep a restroom nearby!

Eating healthy is one thing you can never go wrong with. The truth is, you CAN eat healthy for just a few bucks. Now you know it doesn't take a lot of money to have the health and the lifestyle you always dreamed of!

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Monday, March 30, 2009

FREE Recipes, Spices, Salad Dressings

A great way to save a lot of money is to make those expensive salad dressings and spice mixes right in your own kitchen. You'll find it to be way cheaper and a lot of fun!! Below are a few ideas to get you started but don't be afraid to branch out and experiment with other ingredients. Have fun SAVING MONEY!!

All Purpose Spice
1/3 cup Grated parmesean cheese
1/4 cup Sesame seeds
2 Tablespoon Paprika
1 Tablespoon Poppy seeds
1 chicken bouillon cube
2 teaspoon Dried parsley
1 teaspoon Onion flakes
1 teaspoon Garlic powder
1 teaspoon Celery seed
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon Pepper
Crush bouillon cube into fine powder, put in screw-top jar. Add remaining ingredients and shake until well mixed. Store in refrigerator for up to 4 months. May be used on fish, meat, stews, casseroles, salads, vegetables.

Onion Soup Mix
2 cups powdered milk
3/4 cup cornstarch
1/4 cup beef bouillon crystals
2 Tablespoons dried onion flakes
1 teaspoon dried basil leaves, crushed
Mix and store in an airtight container in refrigerator.
To prepare: Mix 1/3 cup dry Onion Soup Mix with 1 1/2 cups water. Cook and stir until thickened.

Italian Dressing Mix
2 teaspoons oregano
1 teaspoon onion powder
2 teaspoons basil
2 teaspoons paprika
1 1/2 teaspoons pepper
2 Tablespoons garlic powder
6 Tablespoons granulated sugar
Mix and store in an airtight container.
To make dressing: Use 3 Tablespoon mix with 1 1/2 cups vegetable oil and 1/2 cup wine vinegar.

Ranch Dressing Mix
15 saltine crackers
1 cup dry parsley
1/2 cup dry onions
2 Tablespoons thyme
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
1/2 teaspoon onion salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
Mix in blender until crumbs are small. Store in closed container. It will will be good for 1 year.
To use: Whisk together 1 cup mayonnaise, 1 cup buttermilk and 1 Tablespoon Ranch Dressing Mix.

Remember you can't go wrong...just be creative...and think of all the money you will save!!

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I have done extensive research on the web concerning the topic of "Saving Money" or "Frugal Lifestyles." I was surprised to find a lot of helpful information but noticed that after about 50 articles or so, it all becomes a little generic. Yeah, SAVING MONEY IS WHAT WE ALL NEED TO DO but the question is "HOW." Turning off lights, adjusting thermostats, coupon cutting, these certainly have their place. The fact is, you could do all these things and fail to cut spending on monthly, weekly, even daily purchases and never really notice an abundance of money left in your pocket.

What if I told you there is a way to buy what you want or need and SAVE 80%.....getting TOP NAME BRANDS for rock-bottom wholesale prices....earning SERIOUS INCOME reselling these quality products or keeping them for yourself....and SAVING MONEY!!

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Friday, March 27, 2009

What is Frugal Living?

There many streams of information out there out there on how to live a frugal life. There will be articles on anything from hanging your clothes to dry to growing your own tomatoes . There are chat rooms that are live, right now, with people discussing the amount of rainwater they collected to water their precious lawn and roses. These have their place.
Being frugal is not about converting all of your china to tupperware. It is not about growing your own corn or watering your roses with rainwater. It's not even about sacrifice. It's all about thinking ahead when it comes to your spending. It is about being a good steward with what you have, taking control of your finances, and saving money.
Each individual house should determine what areas it needs to be more frugal. You don't have to do without to enjoy frugal living. It doesn't mean you don't have what you need. As a matter of fact, it means just the opposite
Shoppers that are frugal are cautious. They watch over their money and use it wisely. MOst shoppers who shop smart with their money actually have what they want and the satisfaction of knowing that it did not hurt them financially. They in vest the time to make good decisions. They learn how to make their money every week work for them and not against them. They always end up with more for less..
Frugal living is about cutting your spending,living within your means, and taking care of whats yours, which includes your money. It is about setting realistic goals and working hard to achieve them. Who would you rather be? The guy that that has what he wants and can spend his money how he chooses, or the guy whose check is already spent?

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Saving Money While Eating Better

Pack a lunch daily....No Mickey D's!
Packing luches everyday can save an average family about $45 dollars per week or around $2,340 a year. This study was also based on a nutritious balance of fruit, whole grains, and yogurt. So, you won't only be saving money, you'll be saving on calories and fat.
All of your home cooked meals should be planned ahead, weekly.
Home cooking is great, and doing it shouldn't be a dreaded thought. One way is taking a couple hours on a weekend, prepare 3 main courses and 3 side items (vegetables, potatoes, rice, etc.) Place appropriate portions of food in microwavable containers to create separate meals. This in turn will last about 3 days. In the evenings instead of spending precious money on pizza delivery or chinese takeout, pop one of those containers in the microwave. This will leave you cooking only 2 or 3 times per week.
For road trips, plan ahead for your snacks and drinks.
Whenever you leave your house for an extended amount of time, pack a cooler of snacks and drinks. It saves an average of twenty to thirty dollars a week or $1,300 a year. This will save money and will save those you visit while on the road the burden of providing your food and drink. Preparing food with your own hands ensures that the food and beverage will be both fresh and clean.
Eating out needs to fit in your budget, not the other way around.
When you do go out to eat, plan ahead and budget for that expense. This will cause you to worry less and enjoy the meal more.Try to limit these occasions to once a month. A dinner for four could cost as much as it would to feed that same family for a week...

Frugal Is as Frugal Does

Everyday there are things we can do to be more frugal in these hard economic times. We need to be intentional about it asking ourselves where do we buy our groceries or should we make it a Blockbuster night? Here are a few things that we can do to to carve our budgets.
Buy items you use in bulk at Sam's or Costcos. Buy the largest package you can find, which gives you the most for your money.
Stop buying so many frozen foods. Some frozen foods make sense, like buying frozen bread dough. It is less expensive to buy three or four unbaked loaves of bread together, than to buy one pre-sliced loaf of bread. You can add variety with frozen bread dough by rolling it out, brushing with butter and sprinkling it with cinnamon-sugar.Roll it back up and bake. Presto, you have cinnamon bread. Throw in raisins or pecans to your taste.
Buy foods that are less convenient , and more "old faithful" items like dry beans, rice, fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, milk and butter (store brand.) Buy in bulk when possible. Just forget about the nicely packaged pre-made honey butter, mashed potatoes, or other prepared foods!
Eat out less frequent. If you just have to have Chili's rack of baby backs, get the meal as a take-out. That saves you from buying overpriced drinks, paying tips, and buying that dessert you didn't need.
rent it Instead of going to the movies, buying popcorn and expensive tickets, make it a Blockbuster night. The movie wont be brand new when you see it, but you will save a load of dough.
During these tough economic times, stay away from clothing that needs special care. Spend your money wisely on clothes that can be thrown in the washer and dryer.
Drive the automobiles less. This is hard but well worth a try. Combine trips, so you don't wasting valuable fuel. If your vehicle doesn't call for high-octane gas, it doesn't NEED it!. 87 Octane works great!. Also, if your community has it available, use public transportation.
Take the next 6 months and really focus on the things that YOU can do to cut back on needless spending. Have fun with all that extra money you"ll be saving!