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How to earn money on Google with Google Premise App

December 24, 2020 By Chukky Derrick

When it comes to ‘earning money with Google’ the first thing that might come to mind is Google Adsense well fortunately for you this one is for the general public Google just launched an app called Google premise and it’s shelling out cash faster than the stimulus cheques.

Earning money with Google Premise.

Google premise works is a platform that lets you earn money by completing surveys, taking and sharing photos as well as opinions when you join a community in the app.

To make money from Google premise you first need to download and install the app from the Google Play Store. You can download the app here. Then let it install and then open.

When you run the app you would be redirected to a homepage with a ‘Sign Up’ or ‘Log in’ option. Now since it’s an android phone you could easily sign in via your google account but you could also chose to signup via traditional email if you want. There is also an option to log in via your Facebook account, it’s all up to you.

After signing in read and accept the terms and conditions then continue.

The App makes use of your location to be able to function, you will receive a notification to share your location, click on it and proceed.

Ensure your location is turned on, you will then be taken to a page, lets call it tasks.

Google premise task screen.

Google premise

This task is basically set to get you familiarized with how the platform works, after clicking on continue you would then be redirected to the next screen which looks like the one below which is a list of simple tasks.

Google Premise

When you select your answer you may then be asked to take s picture of your surroundings like the one seen below.

Google premise

Currently mine did not go as planned but here is a screenshot of what the pay view looks like:

Google Premise

Google premise is a very easy to use app and can be a very lucrative way of making cool cash online.

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