It seems like there’s always a new survey site popping up that everyone’s a-buzz over, and it looks like right now that survey site is Qmee. And what people seem to be really enthralled with is the Qmee Pay Per Search where they pay for your Google searches.
But is it all it’s cracked up to be? And how much can you really get paid? Let’s take a closer look.
What is Qmee?
Qmee describes itself as an “online companion that offers shoppers the ability to search, earn and save through a personalized experience that connects them with the brands they love.” Essentially, it’s a survey site that pays a few cents or dollars for your time.
What it’s really known for is the Qmee Pay Per Search, which most people equate as them paying to tag along while you search Google. Which, it appears, they really do.
What can you earn with Qmee Pay Per Search?
Let’s be honest, you’re not going to be raking in millions with Qmee Pay Per Search. You get a few cents here and there for searching as you would regularly do, but it’s certainly not a big paycheck.
You can also use Qmee Pay Per Search on Amazon, where they will also pay a few cents here and there while you search around. If you’re a big online shopper and user from Amazon, this could be a great way to rack up a few dollars per month.
While what you earn depends on what you’re searching, Dylan on Swift Salary did a review of the whole platform and talked about earning $0.43 from searches. So, not amazing.
Should you use Qmee?
It’s really up to you.
If surveys are a form of income you like to participate in some of the pros of Qmee that might be appealing to you. They have no minimum payout, pay relatively quickly, have lots of surveys and give you a bonus for using their site consistently through streaks.
But it’s really not much of a supplemental income so there won’t be any full-time job quitters because of it, you do need to have a PayPal account so you can receive payment and verify your identity and Swift Survey says that their time estimates seem off.
For me, surveys are not a great form of income. They take way too much time to earn anything of real value ($1 an hour for your time is not OK) and a lot of times you can waste 15 minutes starting a survey only to find out you’re disqualified and earn nothing.
There isn’t anything special about this platform except the Qmee Pay Per Search, but the results on that seem to be dismal. But that’s just my opinion, if you’ve used Qmee before let me know what you think in the comments below!
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