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How Would You Like to Give Someone a Piece of Your Mind…and Get Paid for it? Well please read on.
So, are you comfortable behind a computer? Have no problem giving your opinions on things? Then paid online surveys may be just the thing for you. It’s infinitely easier to get started with paid surveys today and paid survey databases are SUBSTANTIAL compared to those first few that hit the Internet. In addition, the better ones have so many helpful tools and time savers for their members. All databases are not created equal thus the really good databases have a whole crew of people working to add more survey companies to the list and keep the current companies updated.
Nearly 100% (about 99%) of all survey companies are now totally Internet based – which makes participating in paid survey opportunities so much easier, faster, and even MORE fun – no paper trails, no mailing back and forth. If you can point and click, receive email, and bookmark websites, you’re in. Being able to follow directions is helpful too!
Question: How much can you make for giving your opinions?
Answer: Well, it depends. Based on experience, a part-time effort can potentially yield an additional $350-550 per month. With focus, commitment, stick-to-it-ness, and determination, and the number of market research companies (MRCs) you are actively registered with, earning $1500-2500 or more is a reasonable expectation.
So if your are interested, there’s three things to consider:
- Establish a dedicated email account, preferably not a free one such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc., and try to use it exclusively for surveying, keeping your “get-paid-to” opportunities separate from other emails.
- Register with every market research company you possibly can … even if they do NOT offer cash rewards at the time of registration. They most likely WILL at one time or another in the future.
- The name of the game with online surveys is your life experiences, demographics, and your level of consumerism, which will come into place when adding information about yourself and when registering with the market research companies. Elaborate on your experiences. Don’t lie. Don’t say you smoke if you don’t. If you’re female, don’t represent yourself as male in order to get a $10 survey about after-shave. Just be Honest.
Bear in mind that you may not qualify to participate in every survey. Each survey comes with its own “target market” requirements, and survey companies select users on that basis. For example, a survey involving anti-aging facial cream may be open exclusively to women between the ages of 35 and 55.
– don’t ever pay to participate in surveys, and you should steer clear of those that require you to register for “offers” beforehand.
To get you started, here are some survey sites I’ve heard great things about and some I’ve tried successfully myself.
If any of these sites work out for you, please send me a comment. I would love to hear that you are earning some supplemental income with these surveys.