BuxVertise is a site that is free to join and will pay you to complete surveys, tasks, and offers. But there are dozens of these sites out there and just because it claims to do this doesn’t mean its your best choice. You also have to be a little cautious with sites like this…. some turn out to be ripoffs and scams.
So are they any good. Is BuxVertise a scam or a good opportunity? In this review I’ll be going over a few things that you need to know beforehand. And I’ll tell you what… I’ll get straight to the point here…. NO this place isn’t a scam. However, it might not be as amazing as you are thinking. It does have its downsides which I’ll go over.
BuxVertise is a lot of things. There is a lot going on here and a lot of ways you can make some extra money. You can take surveys, play games, click on ads, etc… all of which you really can earn money with. The downside to it all is that you won’t make much, as you probably expected.
How It Works
Creating an account with BuxVertise is pretty easy and straightforward. After doing this you will have access to earn in various ways as you can see here…
The main ways to earn include taking surveys, completing offers, clicking on ads, and referring others people to join.
They offers surveys from several different market research companies. There is PeanutLabs and I also saw they had surveys from SaySo Rewards, among other providers. But anyways… you probably don’t really care who is offering them. The point is that these are normal survey providers that pay normal amounts.
You are looking to get paid what I consider the “industry standard” with the surveys offered here. Generally speaking you will make what is equivalent to $0.50 – $2.00 per survey.
The offers that you will find will vary a lot. One offer might be to sign up for a survey site while another might be to take a quiz and you might find another that wants you to sign up for some free guide. You never really know what to expect.
Because they vary so much the amount they reward you will also vary a lot. You might get 50 points for one offer and 5,000 points for another.
The PTC (paid to click) part of the site is exactly as it sounds. You get paid to click on ads. These normally pay between $0.001 and $0.0001.
And the last (major) way to earn is by referring others. But in order to earn money from the ads that your referrals click you must participate in the PTC part of this site. You need to click a minimum number of ads per day.
You will be able to refer other people to join and earn a percentage of what they earn. This probably isn’t very good for most people but if you have a big social media following and are able to refer mass amounts of people then this may be one of the better ways to earn.
You can also rent referrals, which means you pay for them, but I don’t recommend this at all.
The main downside to this site overall is that you just won’t make much money. There is no good way to actually make money here. All of your options will pay out very little for your time. Some people might enjoy making some extra pocket change in their spare time but others might not be satisfied with this.
The points, which they pay you with that I mentioned above, are only worth $1 for ever 2,000. So you can understand what I mean when I say you won’t make much.
On the upside though, you will get to do this whenever you want to… day, night, on lunch break, etc.
Conclusion on BuxVertise – Worth Your Time?
I’m pretty biased when it comes to sites like this that pay for completing surveys, clicking on ads, etc. I just don’t really care for them. I mean BuxVertise isn’t a scam or anything… its just that you can’t make much and that is why I don’t really recommend them. I just don’t really see much value in using them.
But if you do want to earn very little money doing these kinds of things then Swagbucks would be my recommendation. They pay you to take surveys, complete offers, etc also, but they are much bigger and have more to offer.
On the other side of things.. if you actually want to make good money online in your spare time I suggest taking a look at this program. I joined it in 2015 and make a steady monthly income with it. It also has a heck of a lot more potential.
Questions or comments? Just leave them below and I’ll get back to you ?