|InBox Pounds pays you for your online activities.|
It's called InboxPounds because, essentially, what they do is send emails to your inbox with links to ads. When you click on the link, you earn a penny. When you have collected £20 of digital pennies, they send you a cheque. They send a few ads a week, which isn't all that much. However, another way you can add up those pennies is by doing searches. Use the InboxPound search bar for your web searches, in exactly the same way as you would use Google or any other search engine and you can get paid for each search. You get a penny for every two qualified searches and can make up to fifteen pence a day from searches. If you make searches four days in a row, you get a weekly bonus of five pence (Gold members get ten pence - you get to become a Gold member after your first pay out of £20).
You can also get paid for doing surveys, doing assorted tasks and listening to online radio. I haven't really been doing the surveys. I've begun a couple of times, but it usually turns out that I don't qualify for the survey because they already have enough people for the demographic that they're in. I usually spend a minute or so every do clicking on the email ads and using the search bar to add a couple of coins to my virtual penny jar.
Find out more at InboxPounds.