The following is a list of websites that will pay you to answer questions or give some type of advice.
Just a disclaimer before I begin. I’ve researched all of the following companies and their job leads to make sure they are not scams. I’ve even provided links for you to apply! However, I cannot guarantee that you will be hired. I can’t guarantee that you’ll love your job if you are hired. What I can guarantee is that the following links are NOT scams. They are real jobs that pay an hourly rate for honest work in the customer service industry. If any of the following links are scams or require you to pay at any point outside of standard operating equipment (i.e. computer, pens, internet access, desk), please notify me and I will remove it immediately.
Companies Hiring People to Work at Home – Answering Questions
Ammas is a company that will pay you to sell your knowledge. You sign up on their website with either your email or your Facebook account.
Ether’s tagline is “Sell what you Say.” When you sign up to work with Ether, you get a toll free number to use that forwards to your home phone.
People call you on the toll free number and you get paid for giving them expert advice on specific subjects.
Set your own hours and your own rates. People that call you need to prepay for the call with their credit card before they can speak with you.
You get paid by direct deposit to your bank or you can have a check mailed to you.
Experts 123 has both an article section and a question and answer section. For the revenue share assignments, get paid $1.50 to start for every 1,000 views your articles get.
For the upfront pay assignments, you are paid between $10 and $20 for each article. Experts 123 pays you monthly via PayPal.
FixYa assists people who need help with certain technical issues. You earn points for questions that you answer and those points can be exchanged for gifts.
Most of the questions are on repairing products on improving existing products.
Sign up to become a category in subjects such as Automotive, Computer and Accessories, Office Equipment and Tools and Hardware.
Help Owl is another question and answer site that helps you earn points. You can then exchange those points for Amazon gift cards.
Earn points by answering questions, reviewing products and companies, submitting product and automobile manuals and having your answers marked as helpful.
When you reach 50,000 points you get a $10 Amazon gift card.
With Ingenio, you get a free website and free toll free number when you sign up as an expert.
Set your own rates and are paid by either direct deposit to your bank, Express Pay or by having a check mailed to you.
Sign up as an expert in virtually every category imaginable including Life Coaching, Career Advice, Business Advice or Technical Help.
Just Answer is a web-based question and answer site. They pay you monthly via PayPal and you earn a percentage of the amount that the person asking the question offers and you answer.
To apply with Just Answer, you need to complete an online application, take a test on short subject matter and verify your credentials on your area of expertise.
Live Person is where you set your own hours and rates as an expert in a certain subject matter. Option to do live chat sessions where you charge a per minute rate and email sessions where you charge a flat fee. Categories with Live Person include Addiction Counseling, Homework Tutoring, Personal Shopper, Career Coach and Computer Repair.
Maven is another site where you get paid for being an expert on a particular topic. It is easy to sign up with Maven since all you need to do is register an account
Then select the industry you have knowledge of and then choose your hourly rate. Earn credits for phone call consultations and electronic surveys.
Those credits can be exchanged for cash. You can get paid by PayPal, electronic funds transfer, bank wire transfer or check.