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Thursday, 24 November 2016

What is iEarn and how do you use it?

Believe it or not, earning money online isn't that hard. There are many websites that pay you real cash just for doing simple tasks such as watching videos, taking surveys, viewing websites and even listening to popular music!

One of our apps, iEarn, allows you to do just that. Complete simple tasks and get rewarded via your favourite sites. For example, say you complete an offer on the iEarn Offer wall, depending on the offer value you'll get paid via any compatible website you choose.

iEarn currently supports PaidToClick/PayToClick (get paid in cash to redeem to your PayPal account) and Otohits (get free website views to improve your SEO ranking or promote PTP sites) but we hope to expand this list in the future.

How to earn on PaidToClick/PayToClick
You'll need an account with one or both of the sites above (The name is different but the owner and theme is the same, only small changes) - click the site names to sign up if you haven't already.

Once you've signed up, click on "Earnings Area" at the top and select the Paid To Signup Offers. Find the iEarn offer (Use Ctrl+F or Command+F on a Mac to search for Iearn if you can't find it)

Click Complete Offer and select any of the offers from the list. Then follow the instructions for the offer and you can get paid within 24 hours!

How to earn on Otohits
Note: You can only earn on Otohits if you've been referred by iEarn, otherwise we can't transfer points to your account - this means you must be a new user and use the link above.

Once you have an account, go to http://iearn.inojailbroken.gq/otohits and select an offer just like you would with PaidToClick/PayToClick. Complete the required steps and enter the details of the offer in the fields at the bottom of the page.

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