Today’s tutorial is all about how to make and save money from chrome addons?. Get cash from chrome as you browse the web with the help of some crafty add-ons. Everyone is looking for easy ways to save money. Also can save money while shopping online.
Here we explain how the browser can make and save you money with the help of chrome addons from chrome store.
# Earn cashback from stores
Make sure you get something in return for all the gifts you buy, by adding a cashback toolbar to Chrome. These are available from big cashback sites such as Topcashback (www.topcashback.co.uk/toolbar) and Quidco (www.quidco.com/toolbar). The toolbars alert you when you’re visiting a store at which cashback is available. We also like the I Love Cashback Toolbar. This automatically adds cashback to your account as you shop at more than 1,800 online stores.
# Discover discount codes
Why pay full price for products when you could save money with a voucher code?. The BeforeWeBuy add-on for Chrome tells you whenever a discount is available. Just click the ‘View Offers and Codes button to get live codes and offer details. If there are no deals, the add-on’s toolbar remains hidden.
You can also discover discounts using Coupons Helper (www.couponhelper.com) which lists codes for thousands of UK and US stores. You can set notifications to appear whenever you view a product for which savings are available, or only when you reach the checkout. You can save money with Amazon too.
# Sell products in seconds
The simple selling service Tinypay.me (www.tinypay.me) has a handy Chrome app that lets you flog products online in less than one minute. Just click the app to create a listing, then share the link on social networks or embed a widget on your website or blog. You can sell physical and digital items, and receive payment via PayPal. It’s free to use and doesn’t take commission from your sales.
# Always get the best deal
Compare the price of a product at different stores without leaving your current page by installing InvisibleHand (www.getinvisiblehand.com). This add-on tells you where you can buy the item you’re viewing for less, and lets you click straight through to buy it.
Booly (www.boo.ly) is another useful price-comparison add-on. Search for a product on Google. Bing or Yahoo! And red tags will appear next to certain search results. Click a tag to see how much the item costs at various online stores.
You could also try WindowShopper (www.superfish.com) just hover your mouse over a product to compare prices from retailers and eBay.
# Earn rewards for browsing
If you don’t mind sacrificing your privacy, you can earn vouchers just for browsing by joining the Screenwise Trends Panel (www.screenwisetrendspanel.co.uk). This joint venture between Google and research companies Gfk and Nurago wants to know what you do online. For sharing information, you get a £3 voucher to redeem at sites such as Amazon; regular entry into prize draws; and rewards for completing surveys.
Now you can easily make and save money with chrome addons. If you know any more addons please let us know via comment section.