Do you frequently listen to the radio? Then it would be great to get paid to do it, right?
There’s a site called RadioEarn that actually promises to pay you simply for listening to music. So, if are a radio listener, you might not want to pass up this opportunity.
But is RadioEarn legit and worth it or a scam to stay away from?
This is very important to know before you go ahead and sign up, and there are quite a few important things about the site you definitely need to be aware of and consider before joining.
This RadioEarn review will give you an inside look and show you exactly how it works and what you can really expect, so you can determine if this site is worth your time or not.
What is RadioEarn and what does it offer?
Let’s get this out of the way. Yes, RadioEarn is a Get-Paid-To (GPT) site that will pay you for listening to the radio. The earning opportunities this site offers are actually, at first, surprisingly pretty straightforward.
And speaking of earning opportunities, let’s take a closer look at how you can earn from this site so you can get a clear picture of its earning potential.
I have made a short video that gives you an inside look and shows exactly how to use RadioEarn and if it will be worth it. You can also read all the details below the video.
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Option 1 – Listening to the radio
As mentioned earlier, you can earn rewards from this site by listening to the radio. To be specific though, you will have to listen to internet radio and not traditional radio.
To start listening, you just have to log in to the site and click on the Start Earning tab on the left side of the dashboard. You will then see a page similar to what is shown in the photo above. Then, you just have to pick a radio station you want to listen to.
Keep in mind though that every radio station has a specific region where it is available. In the example in the photo above, the Radio 4 is only available in Europe and the US. If you are not in the region mentioned, then you won’t be able to listen to the station.
Now, as for the reward you will earn for listening, you will earn 0.25 pts for every 15 minutes of listening. That’s really all there is to it.
But, you can actually set this up so that you can also earn points when other people listen. You can do this by embedding your Radio-API on your website if you have one.
Just go to the “For my Website” section of the dashboard to generate your API. Then, you can use the API generated and have the stations available on your website so you can earn when a user listens to the radio.
This is actually a good addition on their end because it can serve as a form of passive income since you can just leave it on your website and have other people generate points for you.
Option 2 – Surfing
You can also earn by browsing other websites. Just go to the “Start Earning” section of the dashboard so you can view all the sites you can visit. Then click the “Surfing” tab.
You will then see something similar to the photo shown above. To start surfing, just click the Click here link. It will open a new browser tab displaying all the sites you can visit.
One thing you need to take note of is, earning points from this opportunity will be different for every website. So, it is important to take note of the condition you need to meet to earn the reward for visiting the site.
Typically, you just have to view a certain website for a certain amount of time to earn the reward.
Option 3 – Referral program
Lastly, you can earn rewards by inviting other people to join the site. Simply share your invite link with the people you want to invite. Once they sign up to the site using your link, they will become your referral.
You will then receive a 5% commission for whatever your referral will earn from the site. The 5% commission will be shouldered by RadioEarn.
Aside from sharing your invite link, you can also embed your invite banner on your website if you have one so that every person that clicks the banner and registers to the site will become your referral.
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How do you get paid?
As you already know, you will earn points when you listen to their radio. The points you’ve earned will then be converted into US dollars at the end of the month.
The conversion happens on the 15th of the next month. The conversion rate will be 1,000 points = $3.
Then, you will have the option to withdraw it via direct bank transfer or convert it to Amazon gift cards or Bitcoins. All payment requests can take up to 35 business days to be completed. You don’t have to reach a certain amount to withdraw your earnings.
But as you can see, it can take more than a month to receive what you’ve earned, which is quite a long time, in my opinion.
If you are looking for a faster way to receive your earnings, I would recommend you check out the top sites that pay via PayPal instead.
How much money can you make?
In order to consider a site worth joining, you have to earn a decent amount from it. In other words, it has to have good earning potential. With RadioEarn, the amount you can earn will entirely depend on how often you listen to the radio.
The sites you can visit aren’t really that many to greatly impact what you can earn from the site. As for the referral program, it would be hard to state a definite amount you can earn from it because it will all entirely depend on whether your referrals will be active on the site or not.
So, for the purpose of determining the earning potential of this site, the main factor we have to consider is the amount you can earn from listening to the radio. And as explained earlier, you don’t actually earn a lot for doing it.
Let’s say you listen to the radio 8 hours a day. That would mean you are earning 8 points per day. So, in a month, you will only earn roughly 240 points if you don’t skip a day of listening.
That’s only $0.72 with the conversion rate they offer.
Of course, you can supplement your earnings from the other opportunities it offers. But overall, I would still say the earning potential of this site is quite low. It will take a significant amount of time to earn a decent amount, which really isn’t ideal.
So it should not really be for the money as you can see, but more a site to join if you like listening to the radio anyway.
Can you use it on mobile?
RadioEarn doesn’t have a mobile app you can download. But, you will be able to access their site from a mobile device using a mobile web browser.
Their site is mobile-friendly, so you won’t have a hard time navigating through it. You can also read all the content without zooming in.
This can help you earn more from the site because you will still be able to listen to the radio even when you are not in front of your computer. However, that being said, the mobile data usage of this site will be considerable since this will involve data streaming.
If you don’t have an unlimited or sizable data plan, I would suggest you don’t do this often because the mobile data usage will pile up. But if your mobile device is connected via Wi-Fi, then it should be fine.
Who can join RadioEarn?
Theoretically speaking, you will be able to join RadioEarn regardless of where you live. But from what I experienced during testing, most of the radio stations you can listen to are only available in Europe or the US.
So, if you don’t live in any of the regions mentioned, you won’t be able to maximize your earnings from this site.
But if you do live in those regions mentioned, then you can sign up by simply filling out their registration form. Once you are done with the form, you can immediately log in to the site and start earning. You don’t even have to verify your membership.
Can you get support?
If you have any questions about the site, you can check their FAQ page but it would hardly do any good. Their FAQ page doesn’t really discuss in detail the basic topics you need to know about the site.
The good thing is, they do offer plenty of ways for you to get support. Just head on over to their Contact/Support page and you will see a bunch of support options to choose from. You can create a support ticket for your inquiry or you can check out their forum.
They even have Discord and WhatsApp groups you can join. So, even though their FAQ page is pretty useless, I would still say they do provide decent support because they offer plenty of ways for you to get in touch with their support team.
RadioEarn is a GPT site that will pay you for listening to the radio and surfing the net. It does have a couple of good features but it also has some limitations you need to be aware of.
Now let’s conclude this review with a summary of its pros and cons to give you an overview of what the site has to offer so you can decide if this is a site worth joining or not.
- Offers a very simple way to earn rewards
- Converts your rewards to USD automatically
- Limited earning opportunities available
- Low rewards
- Takes quite a long time to receive payment
If you like listening to the radio, you might want to give this site a try. However, you must set your expectations pretty low in terms of the amount you can earn from it because the earning potential is very low.
The best-case scenario I can think of for using this site is when you can listen to the radio while working. Otherwise, if you are purely looking for ways to earn rewards online, you are better off joining other sites.
I would instead suggest you check out the top survey and GPT sites in your country. The sites on this list all have good earning potential. Plus, you will definitely find a site you can join regardless of where you live.
If you have any comments, questions, or have any experiences with RadioEarn yourself, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.
16 thoughts on “RadioEarn Review – Should You Join? (An In-Depth Look)”
i am from nepal i be earn from this
You can check out this list of the best international sites which are the ones you should go for.
I’m new here so I don’t know if it will work out
I explain how it works in the review above.
I’m new here so I don’t know if it will work out
As I explain in the review above, RadioEarn is not a site I recommend, if you want to earn.