Google Tip Jar: Collection of Money saving Tips

Google Tip Jar is a collection of money saving tips submitted and ranked by the web community. There are 12 categories on which Google Tip Jar is based:

What is Google Tip Jar?

After months of hearing about economic difficulties & recession, Google thought that how could it help. They realized there were a lot of tips that could help people save money scattered across the web. Why not use Google Moderator to collect and rank them all according to community feedback? And so Tip Jar was born: a list of money-saving tips for users to vote on, and even add to.


How can I Sign Up and Submit a tip?

Its very easy to do this. Just Sign in with Google ID in Tip Jar and go to Tips Page. Press Submit a Tip Button, choose your category, write the tip and press the Submit Button! Your tip will be added.

So what are you waiting for? Take Tips and Share Tips in Google Tip Jar! You can even vote on tips. You can even view the FAQ for your questions. Even I have submitted a tip:

“If you are a parent and have the old electricity bills of a year, tell your children to save electricity and the money they save, 50% goes to you and the rest is divided among your children. (Compare the new electricity bills with the old ones)”

Write which tips you liked in the Tip Jar or your own tips in comments!

Links: TipJar | Tips by Gautam (me)

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10 replies on “Google Tip Jar: Collection of Money saving Tips”

  1. @aditya
    I think 2 posts (written by me), and 1 post (not exactly copy paste, but yes, it was refered from a news post) were not approved. I do not blame DW, as I know that my english has no sense 😛

    1. @Gautam
      Your English is much better (than me atleast)
      About your “news post” I already emailed you few suggestions to improve it.

      No editor is allowed to take posts personally while reviewing them.
      As an example, I hate Windows and love Mac (and Linux too) but I just approved Vaibhav’s linux-post even though I personally do not agree with views expressed in it, to considerable extent.
      Just for info, Vaibhav was also asked to make some changes to post but those changes didn’t involve changing his viewpoint. 🙂

  2. @Rahul
    I said na.. I don’t blame the editorial team. I know how badly I prepare posts. And Your english is far better than me 😛

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