Paid Surveys Affiliate-Program?

by WillBeRich 5 replies
Anyone know any good paid survey affiliate-program?
#main internet marketing discussion forum #affiliateprogram #paid #surveys
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Why don't you just just take some of those surveys that those big companies will you pay you $50 for just 5 minutes of your time and make your money that way?

    Ha ha ha.

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    • Profile picture of the author WillBeRich
      What are you talking about? I'm not going to spend my time on some worthless surveys, I want a affiliate program where I get paid for sending them idiots that fill out those surveys.
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      • Profile picture of the author scortillion
        Originally Posted by WillBeRich View Post

        What are you talking about? I'm not going to spend my time on some worthless surveys, I want a affiliate program where I get paid for sending them idiots that fill out those surveys.
        Not judging you or anything like that, but if you really want to build a successful and long term business online you should focus on giving your customers something of value and not referring to them as idiots.

        When you treat your customers with respect you will earn their trust and repeat business, treat them like “idiots” and you may get one sale but more than likely no repeat business, but a bad rep online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wealthyclark
    Originally Posted by WillBeRich View Post

    Anyone know any good paid survey affiliate-program?
    They are mainly scams, promoting them may give you a few extra quick bucks but why convince people to buy or work on something that's only waisting their time?
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    • Profile picture of the author WillBeRich
      Originally Posted by Wealthyclark View Post

      They are mainly scams, promoting them may give you a few extra quick bucks but why convince people to buy or work on something that's only waisting their time?
      All of them is probably not scams. If people want to work 1 hour for $2, it's not my problem.

      My current suvery affiliate-program gives me $15 per free signup but they're closing their CPA-campaign today, that's why I need a new one.
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