Earn $10 For Taking Photos of Each Local Retail Store

Looking for a way to earn a few extra bucks for the upcoming holiday season or you know of a college student that needs some extra money this summer? Then this definitely may be something to look into. Google maps is looking for people to take some photos and gather basic information about local retail outlets so they can be included in their Google Maps area, and they will pay you $10 for each one that you do. That retail street in the main section of town could be worth several hundred dollars to you. here are some of the specifics:

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4 Responses to Earn $10 For Taking Photos of Each Local Retail Store

  1. junger says:

    So it’s not actually $10 just for taking a picture of the store. You have to go in, get what sounds like a lot of information (including, presumably, the owner’s email address), and hope that they are interested in what Google offers.

    Sounds like a lot of work for not a lot of money.

  2. Peachindy says:

    AND, it’s not $10 (but only $2) if the business doesn’t return the card or get online to verify information. So, to get the full amount, you’ll need to hound the business to comply.

  3. Prudence says:

    I signed up, but they have enough Representatives for right now.

  4. Jxxx Hxxxx says:

    This information is OLD. Why is is even here? The sign-up link states that “as you know,” the program has been discontinued.

    You’d think a company as Internet savvy and high tech as Google would have the good sense to delete old information; I guess not.

    Goodbye, Mountain View Road.

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