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An Introduction to Homepages Friends

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Get Paid for Searching the Internet!

So what's this all about then?

Creating and using your paid to search home page is a new way to search the Internet because there's one big difference with Homepages Friends.....

You get paid for searching when you use Homepages Friends!

When you search for something using Google,, Yahoo, MSN or any other search engine, which includes Homepages Friends, you're normally shown a few adverts along with your results.

That's how search engines primarily earn their cash.
It's no big secret.

They get paid to show us adverts. They take all the revenue from these paid advertisments and we don't see a dime.

So now you're aware of that if you wasn't already, allow me to answer the burning question.

How do they do it?

How are Homepages Friends able to offer a paid to search service that allows normal users to be paid for searching the Internet in pretty much the same way we do now?

Well, it's simple.

You sign up then start doing your Web searches via their site. (more about this on Page 2)

Homepages Friends then share back some of the advertising revenue they earn every time you search the internet from their page.

If you're worried that the search results may be restricted or somewhat limited because this is a fairly new company then think again. Homepages Friends have just announced a 3 year deal with Yahoo! who will be providing the search results.

See for yourself. Try our very own Head the Web paid for searching home page for size.
When you sign up your home page will be exactly the same only your username will appear at the top.

So the next time you're searching the web for something you should ask yourself, was I paid to do that?
With Homepages Friends you would have been.

It really doesn't get any easier than this. :)

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