You sign up for this program and when you log in, you look briefly at a few ads and get paid something like 5 or 6 cents for each ad you look at. They are very small text ads, it doesn’t take long at all. The cool thing is, if you log in to your YouData Account and tell them more about you (what kind of food & wine you like, what is your housing situation, what kind of hobbies you are interested in, etc.), they will deliver ads that are more specific to you. And throughout the whole process, you never have to give them your real name or your mailing address. That is the part I liked.
I found this really cool eBay store called A World Of Good, which offers handmade, fair trade, often organic and natural goods. Every one of their eBay participating sellers donates back to some kind of charitable or environmental organization. They have baby stuff and clothing and all kinds of things I was very interested in and plan to visit again and maybe purchase from them in the future.
I earned 83 cents from viewing ads like that on YouData today! That might not sound like a lot, but you can build up money over time in PayPal, and I even saw something about using the credits for iTunes. If I can figure out how to use them for iTunes, I’d only have to look at a few ads to get a free song! That could really help support my habit of buying pop songs that I don’t really think are worth $1 or $1.99 sometimes.
Anyway, if you are interested, they also have a referral program so that I’ll earn $1 for every person who signs up, so sign up here!
Reminder: don’t forget my product review policy. I found out about this site/program myself and I’m passing it on to any of my readers who might be interested because I think it’s cool. No one has paid me to endorse this service in any way. Unless, of course, you sign up and I get $1 for each referral. But honestly, I was more interested in helping you guys earn cash for free iTunes songs