I get paid very small amounts of money to look at bad advertisements every day. I do it because every little bit helps, and because there are days when just a few dollars in PayPal can prevent a bank overdraft charge from happening. The way to really make appreciable money with these sites is by gaining referrals, and that’s exactly what I need.
Before you try any of these, I can’t stress enough the importance of anti-virus and anti-malware programs. I use the free version of Avast on my Windows 7 machines, and it seems to do the job rather well. You might prefer another program; I recommend FileHippo as your one-stop source for the latest in freeware and shareware tools for every purpose.
One more word of advice: most “bux” sites and their brethren are either run by scam artists, or honest schmucks finding themselves going under very rapidly, so I wouldn’t bother with any you don’t see listed here. Giving your time to these few doesn’t mean you should let anyone else abuse it. And you do need to have a healthy skepticism of most of the income offers you’ll see advertised.
Neobux is the largest, best-proven and likely most stable of its kind, five years old and still growing (and, most importantly, sustaining). I haven’t bought a premium membership yet, so I can’t really tell you how much advantage that will get you, but I did try renting referrals for a while, and I concluded that I’d rather just keep things simple and not always trade against my balance for something else to keep up with. Your mileage may vary.
Clixsense is a dependable US-based company that’s also been sustaining itself well for a number of years now. I do have a premium membership here, which seems to offer more ads and other opportunities, and lowers the minimum payout to $6.
Donkeymails offers both paid-to-read emails and paid-to-click ads on its site. Payments are made once a month.
Jill’s Click Corner is run by the same married couple behind DonkeyMails. All the worst-coded ads can be found here, but the site does pay regularly. You can also find numerous paid-to-sign up offers here.
InboxDollars also combines emails, ads, offers and surveys. It’s been around a while and always has looked pretty slick. Minimum payout is a little high, but the earnings do add up.