I have reviewed several sites that let you get paid to answer questions. This one is probably the most complicated. It does, however, let you ask a question or request a service. Of course you can get paid to answer that question or take that service job. Here is what you should know about ExpertBee:
It is free to sign up and join. Just go to the registration page and choose a username. ExpertBee is big on privacy and never reveals a persons real name or email address.
If you want to ask a question: Post a question and include the most that you are willing to pay for an answer. Experts then have the chance to bid to answer your question. From those bids you choose who you want to answer your question. Make sure to check their past feedback first.
If you want to request a service: You may make a request for a service which is usually an ongoing thing, not just a simple one time answer. You can also post how much you would be willing to pay, but you don’t have too. After you review your offers and check your expert’s feedback, you can make a selection. If no one appeals to you, you do not have to select anyone. You will pay the expert directly. It is the experts job to pay a one time $7.95 fee for gaining you as a new client.
Examples of some types of services: A math tutor, a tax preparer, an accountant, or legal help.
If you want to provide a service: You can bid on any service that you are capable of providing. If you are chosen you must pay Expert Bee a one time fee of $7.95. Remember if you provide a service you will be making money each month as long as the service is required.
If you want to answer information questions: Go to the answer a question page and enter in your information along with your bid. If your bid is accepted the asker pays ExpertBee. Then, you will get paid by ExpertBee .60 plus 20% of the fee that ExpertBee collected from the asker.
The problem is if you pay for an answer and you don’t like it, your stuck. ExpertBee doesn’t deal with disputes so you must make sure you want to spend the money, and you should always make sure you check the expert’s user feedback rating.