Keep Rewarding is one of the thousand sites that pay you to watch videos, complete surveys, visit websites and so much more. It’s one of the more popular websites since they are open to global participants.
Now, the thing with these types of sites is that you generally won’t make a lot of cash. Rather, you will make a few dollars a day, if that. If you’re okay with that, then I would recommend carry on. If not, there are many other ways to earn online. While I don’t mind these types of platforms, just make sure you don’t go into it thinking you will make hundreds a month as this isn’t the case. Picture it more like lunch money of sorts.
With that being said, let’s jump in and see what Keep Rewarding is about. As always, I’m 100% honest, straight to the point and never recommend something I wouldn’t use.
What is Keep Rewarding?
Keep Rewarding, as mentioned, pays you to complete a variety of tasks, from watching videos to completing surveys. The website is operated by KeepRewarding.com, and I couldn’t find much about the company itself, only that it was a private limited company based in the United Kingdom, operated by Christopher Coulter.
At first glance, the website design looks legitimate, but the only concern is that I couldn’t find much as to who runs it. I did look at their Facebook page, and it seemed active. In fact, the person who posted updates seemed to be very passionate about what they do, and many of the commenters agreed.
To sign up, it’s not much different than most of your survey sites. They will ask for the typical information, such as your name, email as well as your mailing address. At this time, you will have to input your PayPal address as well.
To qualify as a participant, you must be at least 13+ years old (with parental consent if under 18) and any country may join. However, the company, according to the FAQ, may restrict certain countries.
Once you create an account, you can log into your dashboard, which will look something like this:
As you can see, there are a variety of ways to earn, from surveys to offers and videos, and it’s as simple as clicking on something of interest to start earning. Don’t worry as to how it works as I will get into the nitty gritty below here.
For now, let it be known that it’s relatively easy to roam the site and find what you’re looking for to start earning cash.
With most of these types of websites, this is where you will earn the most money if you don’t want to use your credit card. In this survey section, you can click on the dropdown box and then work with a variety of third-party offerwalls, such as Adgate, Peanut Labs and Pollfish, to name a few. If you’re not familiar with these offerwalls, it acts like a middleman. They supply the surveys to the website, the website then finds people who wants to complete them and the website, Keep Rewarding, will get paid, in which they will split the profits with you.
To earn points, just click on an offerwall of interest and then click on a survey of interest. I have found these offerwalls to greatly vary as to how much you can make, so your results will vary. To maximize your earnings, I recommend only clicking on surveys that net you about $1 per 10 minutes.
This is where I make most of my money, and this section is almost always available on survey sites. In short, you complete an offer, and you can get paid once you complete it. For example, you may be asked to sign up for a bank account, and when you do, you can get paid. Or, you may be asked to sign up for a trial. The offers vary, but it’s self-explanatory.
Like the surveys, Keep Rewarding works with a variety of popular offerwalls. Out of the many sites I have reviewed, I would say this site had the most options to choose from.
Like the surveys, click on a offerwall of interest and then figure out which offers make the most sense to you. Generally, I like to look for offers that are quick to perform and pay out $10+. In many cases, I may need to use my credit card, but I use Privacy.com to make sure my card is never charged again.
I have talked about getting paid to watch videos before, and in short, I highly discourage it. Why you may be asking? Well, these videos pay pennies per minute and it’s hard to earn more than a quarter per hour. I feel you can do better looking for money on the streets. This is an option on the site, nonetheless.
As I write this, they work with two offerwalls — Hideout.tv and Lootably. The rates, at least in comparison to other competitors, seem higher than average.
And, to start earning, generally, you have to watch a short clip for a minute or two as well as watch some ads. Then, after you complete the task, you can get rewarded. You can choose which categories you want to watch, such as music, food, etc.
Paid to Click
The paid-to-click section, much like the videos section, isn’t all that great, either. Most of the sites linked here pay out pennies, and honestly, I find these sites to be unethical in some cases as all you’re asked to do is click around on advertisements.
The paid-to-click market used to be hot years ago, but it has since fizzled, but once in a while, you will find an earning opportunity on some of these sites.
Now that we have covered the ways to make money, Keep Rewarding offers a few other ways to earn, such as entering contests.
Throughout the week, you can find a variety of active contests. For instance, when I was writing this, they had about five contests you could take advantage of.
As you can see, you could earn an instant 10 bonus points if you earned 200 points or you could be rewarded with 10 points if you completed 10+ offers worth more than six points.
Be sure to check these contests out as it could be a decent way to earn some bonus points. They are always changing.
Invite a Friend
Much like the many survey sites out there, KeepRewarding.com also rewards you to refer your friends.
At the moment, you will get 10% of the points they earn, for life. That’s quite the referral system as many companies only reward you with a one-time payment.
Just simply share your unique link, but be sure to not spam it as this can lead to an instant ban from the site.
And, as one of the last ways to earn, you can input a promo code to earn instant points. These points are usually found on social media sites, so be sure to follow the site on Facebook, Twitter, etc to be in the loop when a promo code pops up. It also doesn’t hurt to check your email since they are sent out this way as well. If you do find a promo code, it usually won’t be much, maybe a few points.
The nice thing about Keep Rewarding is that the points structure is simple since every point equals a penny. However, if you choose to cash out at $1, you will need 110 points to cash, which will make your points worth a pinch less than a penny. But, if you choose a higher amount, such as a $10 Amazon card, then your points are worth a smidge more.
When it comes time to cash out, you will only need $1 in points, and you can choose from the following reward options:
- PayPal (starts at $1)
- Amazon (starts at $1)
- Tango (starts at $10)
- Walmart (starts at $5)
The website offers rewards for United States residents, Canadians as well as UK residents.
How long does it take to get your reward?
According to the FAQ, it will take you seven working days.
What Others Are Saying
As in all of my reviews, I like to see what other people online are saying, both good and bad. In my research via a few third-party sites, such as Reddit, here’s what I found:
- lots of offer walls to work with
- free to join
- open worldwide
- only need to be 13 to join
- only need $1 in points to cash out
- won’t get rich
- longer than average payout time (7~ days)
- only three reward options (a con to some)
I think Keep Rewards is okay. While they work with a lot of third-party offer walls, their payouts seem to be higher than most, which is a good thing. Just don’t expect much in terms of uniqueness here. Plus, the owner, at least by looking at the Facebook status page, seems like a stand-up guy. It’s a smaller operation if that’s what you’re looking for.
The only thing I didn’t like were the trashy ads that popped up all over the place. I just don’t think it fits well with the overall theme of the site and found it to be unnecessary. Most sites I review usually don’t have ads. It’s not the biggest downside, but I just wanted to mention it.
For now, if you’re into these types of websites, you may want to check it out. It reminds me a lot of instaGC and Swagbucks, only that they work with a few more providers. It’s definitely a legitimate company with a history that does pay. So, if you’re worried about that, there’s nothing to fear there.
That does it for now.
As always, if you have a comment/question that you may have, feel free to sound off in the comments below.
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