I posted earlier here about how we can earn $20 at the Internet Marketing Report Card (IMRC) site within three hours and how a month or so back, international members were blanket-banned (meaning certain regions were banned altogether regardless if you were just out to get a quick buck at IMRC or have provided value to the community. Yeah, I know, unfair. But IMRC has redeemed themselves by putting excellent measures in place and letting international members in again!
BUT. Only those worthy international members who can contribute to the good of the community will actually be able to go in. As above-mentioned, IMRC has placed stricter rules to be followed, which prevents anyone from trying to game the system. Measures like time out (when you’re grading too fast) and following a certain ratio (so you can only grade a certain number of products/people/services/biz opps if you’ve reached a certain number of comments or have been a member of the site for a certain number of days or how your reviews are graded by other community members). Strict, eh? They won’t even disclose how the ratio is calculated. Which is another clever measure against those who want to get away by scheming the system.
So with the time out and the ratio and all, you cannot possibly get $20 in three hours now. Realistically, you should be able to reach payout after five to six straight hours of busying yourself at the site. WHICH is not advisable. You’d go mad trying to gain those points in ONE sitting. So I suggest do it in two (or three) days. You maintain your sanity and you’d get your $20. Not bad, right? If you knew enough internet marketing products/people/services/biz opps you can get away with at least $150 a month. Now we’re talking.
You need a recap of how the site works? Okay. It is important to note that the site only lists Internet marketing-specific products and services and the people behind it, plus two new sections, called Bizz Opps and Others (PTC, survey sites and the link go in this category). So if you’re not into the whole earning online scheme of things, the site is not for you. On a second thought, I found several web hosting companies listed there that you can review, so you might just want to check the site out. In order to get paid, you have to accumulate at least 2,000 points (equivalent to $20). So here is currently how you can earn points with IMRC:
|Rate a Review or another users’ comment||1 Credit|
|Grade a Product, Service, Person or Biz-Opp||10 Credits|
|Add your own comment to any review||50/100/150 Credits + *Bonus*|
|Suggest a new product, service, etc. for review||75 Credits|
|Refer another user to IM Report Card||Whatever THEY earn!|
You should also note that in order to cash out, 25% of your points should be reviews. So that basically computes to 10 reviews (500 points) out of the 2,000 points that you will earn. 10 reviews might sound a lot, but the minimum is 50 words a review, so that’s not at all difficult to achieve. And yes, I don’t EVER write about an online earning site without me having proof that I was already paid. So here are the screenshots.