Online marketing company and rewards club

InboxDollars is an online marketing company and rewards club that pays its users money for their online activities, such as watching videos,[1] using coupons, and taking surveys.[2] The site also pays its users for signing up.[3] InboxDollars makes revenue from advertisers, which pay to have their ads shown to consumers on the site; this revenue is then split between InboxDollars and its members.[4] The site was launched in 2000 by Daren Cotter, then a student at Minnesota State University, Mankato, out of his dorm room. As of 2016, InboxDollars was based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota.[5]

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  • ^ Stern, Carly (2020-03-30). “How to Make a Bit of Extra Cash From Your Living Room”. OZY. Retrieved 2020-07-07.
  • ^ Geraghty, Christa (2020-01-27). “10 apps that earn you money for doing almost nothing”. Komando.com. Retrieved 2020-07-07.
  • ^ Gold, Jim (2020-03-23). “How to Make Extra Cash Playing on Your Computer”. Money Talks News. Retrieved 2020-07-07.
  • ^ Schafer, Lee (2016-06-26). “Angel investor’s lesson – it takes plenty of at-bats before you hit a home run”. Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Retrieved 2020-07-07.
  • External links[edit]

    • Official website


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