WeReward | Earn with your iPhone

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Social media has gained immense popularity over the last few years. Services like Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare have become so popular that they have become a great way to promote your businesses. Smartphones have contributed significantly to the popularity of social media. IZEA, the creator of popular services like Social Spark, Sponsored Tweets has launched a service called WeReward which rewards you for completing tasks and checkins in the real world. All you need is-

1. An iPhone
2. A Twitter, Facebook or Foursquare account
3. A Paypal account

The only part that costs is buying an iPhone in case you don’t have one. Rest of the requirements are basic. Have a look at this video to understand how WeReward works-

Its simple, iPhone owners first need to Download the App. Then link it with your social networking account. You can then look at opportunities like checkins and tasks for which you will be awarded reward points. You can also earn reward points by referring other users to WeReward through the referral program. Once you’ve accumulated 10,000 reward points, you can cash them out to your Paypal account at the rate of 1 penny per reward point. The minimum payout amount is thus $10 which is pretty low. IZEA services usually have low or reasonable minimum payout amounts so the services will work for you even if you don’t use them too frequently.

If you are a business owner, you can visit WeReward.com to know more about what the service has to offer and to sign up with WeReward.

Visit my sponsor: WeReward for iPhone

Clearing the Pipeline

I’m right in the middle of my semester break right now. So here’s a personal post for my followers who are wondering what I’m up to these days. I came back to Delhi on 13th May and am here till the end of June. 5th semester starts from July. My 4th semester result was out yesterday. I managed to get a SGPA of 7.78 and a CGPA of 7.82 and am fairly satisfied with it considering that I was expecting it to be lower. So its official now, 50% of my engineering is over.

The post frequency on my blog has been low in the last few months. At times, when I’m in college, the circumstances just don’t allow me to make a blog post at the right time and thus some posts end up lying in the pipeline forever. So, over the next few days, before the start of the next semester, I plan to clear the post pipeline and publish all pending posts. So you might find posts related to occurrences of the past in the next few days. Hopefully, I’ll be able to clear the pipeline soon and get geared up for 5th sem.