Many GPT sites use the same providers, such as Trialpay, Payment Wall, Peanut Labs, SuperRewards, SupersonicAds, Revenue Universe, Matomy, Radium One, SponsorPay, JunGroup, etc., so you will see many of the same offers at different sites for different payment amounts.
Some offers, such as videos, can be done over and over at different sites, sometimes one or more times a day. Other offers can only be done once, so be sure to compare and chose the site which pays the most on an offer you may be interested in.
Here are some of the things you can get paid to do on many GPT sites:
- Play games.
- Read emails.
- Watch videos.
- View slideshows or take quizzes.
- Listen to the radio.
- Get cash back for shopping, including some services.
- Take surveys.
- Daily polls.
- Click to view advertisements or webpages.
- View a list of offers. (Signup is not required. Just click skip or next.)
- Sign up for other websites (including other GPT and survey sites).
- Sign up to receive information.
- Bonuses and contests.
- Do internet searches.
- Refer new members.
Not all GPT sites offer all those options. Before signing up for a site, if possible, view the different ways you can make money on that site to see if there is enough activity for you to cash out in a reasonable amount of time doing what you want to do. Be honest in your assessment of sustainable activities. You can snag a good amount of bonuses for signups and free trials, but at some point you are going to run out of those. Earning five or ten cents a day at a site is fine, but not if the payout is $50 or your points will expire before you can use them.
Below are some of my referral links to sites I use. If you are interested in joining any of them, I would appreciate it if you would click through my link. Thank you.