I'm looking for paid online surveys.....

by Peachy Publications 9 replies
Hello

I'm looking to make some extra money through surveys. After searching and searching I wondered if anyone can let me know of some 'genuine' surveys websites I could try.

I've seen loads of sites offering points systems. Only thing with these, as far as i can see, is you need to do a fair amount of surveys to make a bean. They only offer a few points per survey and you need hundreds of points before you can exchange it for rewards etc.

So, with this in mind, does anyone know of any sites that will actually pay into Paypal?

Thanks Guys
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
    Hi,
    My view is that paid or incentized surveys are a really poor use of your time. I'd suggest reading the info on here as there's many better ways to use your time to earn money if you commit to something. Just my 2 cents.

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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    I agree, it is a sad truth that most surveys are really just poorly disguised incentive programs, Most do not pay into paypal, for a number of reasons because usually they are marginal, (they dont really pay you at all)

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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
      Most of these online survey sites offer very little in return for the time you spend answering their questions. I tried one a couple years back and answered about 100 different surveys. I made something like $4.

      If you are truly interested in making money with these types of things, I would suggest searching for "market research" in the yellow pages online. You can actually make good money by being interviewed and being asked simple questions.

      Just a few weeks ago I was interviewed by a web design firm for about 15 minutes. They asked me my opinions on different slogans, URLs, and website designs. They paid me $75.

      Some of these market research firms also have "test kitchens". I'm currently looking for a food study. I love trying new food!
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      • Profile picture of the author jkt777
        I signed up for a few sites several years ago. The only one I remember getting a couple of small checks from was surveysavvy.com. I think the only way to make money from these sites is to sign up a lot of people as referrals.

        Joel
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        • Thnx Guys. Seems like it's not the way to go.

          Maybe I'll look into the Market Research side of things instead.

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  • Profile picture of the author Gringo
    Originally Posted by Peachy Publications View Post

    Hello

    I'm looking to make some extra money through surveys. After searching and searching I wondered if anyone can let me know of some 'genuine' surveys websites I could try.

    I've seen loads of sites offering points systems. Only thing with these, as far as i can see, is you need to do a fair amount of surveys to make a bean. They only offer a few points per survey and you need hundreds of points before you can exchange it for rewards etc.

    So, with this in mind, does anyone know of any sites that will actually pay into Paypal?

    Thanks Guys
    Hello I know I am new to the forums here however if your still looking for some good survey sites try this site itsfree.proboards43 (Sorry not enough post yet to post link) Connie has a great list of good actual paying sites I would say in the past 4 months I have made about 325$ doing surveys from different sources. You won’t get rich however a few 20$ checks don’t hurt at all. Let me know if thishelps at all. Pm me if your interested I have a few refferal links to send you I get 1$ per refferal so each $ helps
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  • Profile picture of the author jsherloc
    LOL yea it can be repetitive. However, if you setup a dedicated e-mail and use roboform to sign up with all of the companies, you will start to see some good paying ones filter in after a week or so. I just take like 2 hours each day and go through my inbox and pick the ones that I feel like answering...obviously the higher paying ones for the most part. Focus groups online AND offline will pay you well for your time too. I still do some of the surveys that offer gift cards because they come in handy for the holidays, birthdays, etc. If you put in a weeks worth of effort filling out your demographic info for the best companies out there, you will make a good income down the road. I average about $700 a month with just the surveys themselves though. It took me about a year to get to that point, but every little bit helps and it ALL adds up.

    If you couple the surveys with freelance writing you can do pretty well each month.
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