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Get Paid for Documents Sitting on Your Hard Drive

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Are you a student now or have been in the recent past? Are you a working professional with documents you have written? You can turn them into cash with Oboulo.com.

How Does It Work?

Once you sign up, Oboulo gives you an easy way to upload essays, Power Point presentations, and other original documents. Then their team evaluates your upload for writing quality and interest level. If they publish it, they send you $10 via PayPal. It’s that simple.

I’m Trying It Now

I have uploaded four documents and am waiting for word on whether they will be published. I don’t hold out much hope because they’re kind of old and kind of about obscure literary topics. But if you have recent essays about general interest topics, I think your chances are good.

What Topics Do They Publish?

Just about everything:

  • Ecomonics and finance
  • Law and contracts
  • Business and marketing
  • History and geography
  • Philosophy and literature
  • Social studies
  • Political science
  • Science and technology
  • Arts and media

Want to Earn $15 per Document Instead of $10?

If you enter my ambassador number during the sign-up process, you’ll earn $15 for each paper you publish. So copy this number right now:

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When you’re asked for it while signing up, paste it in and you’ll get $15 instead of $10. So click here right now to sign up. Make those documents on your computer do something useful!

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6 Comments

  1. How long for the documents/essays to be accepted you upload? (how many pages/words)

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  2. @Umar: You can send documents from anywhere in the world http://en.oboulo.com/help?id=EVD#EVD9
    All you’d need to do is setup a paypal account and get some quality content uploaded.

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  3. Isn’t this plagerism?

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    1. No, Stormgirl. If you wrote the document you’re trying to sell, you have the right to do whatever you want with it. It’s only plagiarism if you copied significant parts of the document from other, non-documented sources, and then pass it off as your own original work.

  4. Umar, I don’t know. Give it a shot and see what happens. It doesn’t cost you anything to sign up.

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  5. Is this 4 only Americans as well?

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