What Hobbies Do You Have? I’m not sure if I can say writing is a hobby to me. But I guess it probably is since I don’t get paid to do it – except for the ads I run – and that is a minuscule amount.
I am in the process of finishing my book but I do a lot of procrastinating as do many writers. This image should be up on my wall.
I like to do many things during the day. I call myself a wannabe writer and gamer but I don’t have a gaming computer – that would be the wannabe part. I play an online game called World Of Tanks. It’s a decent game but it gets old real quick when a bunch of noobs start playing and you lose 10 games in a row.
I often have thought I would love to be a game designer or a game tester. That would be the ultimate job. You play video games all day long and get paid for it.
If you’ve never heard of Glen Anderson, then here’s the skinny. Like you, he’s a video gamer. But he’s a gamer with a difference. Because he discovered that he could actually get paid to play games (yes, really!).
So, he eventually quit his job and started to make his living simply playing video games – or, rather, testing brand new games before they are released to the general public. That way the game creators know their games will perform properly under fire when the general public get their hands on them. And, for this vital service, Glen got paid up to 30 bucks an hour! Sweet!
But Glen didn’t stop there because he saw there were tons of video game makers that needed testers – which is where you’re set to cash in BIG TIME. Because he’s forged strong links with all these top game creators (especially the biggest payers!) and set up a private website to put these guys in touch with guys like you who are smart enough to know that when they are playing the latest games – even before they hit Main Street – they are ALSO getting paid for doing it.
So check this out, right now and take the dollar test drive – you’ll be glad you did!
And here’s the best bit, you get to KEEP the games. So just imagine the reaction of your gaming buddies when they’ve paid big bucks to buy the game – and you tell them, not only did you play it weeks ago, it didn’t cost you a single red cent AND you actually got paid to play it.
Here are the heads up again.
Blink and this opportunity might be gone!