Category Archives: Paid Survey Reviews

E-Poll Teen Surveys Review

An online survey company that encourages both adults and teenagers to give their opinion on a variety of issues affecting their daily life. What I like about E-Poll is the teen forum. This is open to teenagers between the ages of 13-18 and enables them to participate in interactive surveys and earn reward points that can be cashed in for gift cards. This is an excellent way for a teenager to do something other than play games on the internet. The interactive surveys are fun and geared […]

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Click IQ Reivew

An online paid survey company that offers points for completing each survey. The points are called “Visor points” and you earn a certain number of points (usually around 50) for completing each survey. After joining the site, you will become what they refer to as an “E-visor,” and you’ll earn 100 points for joining the site. Unlike other online survey sites, you do not get points for referrals. Joining Click IQ takes about 15 minutes of your time. You need to fill out an extensive questionnaire regarding […]

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Cashcrate Review

My first foray into the online survey world came just after I lost my job as a paralegal at a major international company. I was getting unemployment, but the amount I was taking in was less than half of what I was making at my job. While I had various headhunters looking for jobs, I scoured the newspapers and internet for a position. Nothing. While perusing the internet one day, I discovered a way I could make money while working from home. All I had to do […]

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Blarry House Research

Blarry.com is the website for Blarry House Research, located in San Francisco. This company is an online survey company that conducts its research through focus groups, rather than questionnaires. The focus groups meet either on the internet or by telephone. Participants are asked to give their candid responses about their professions, hobbies and even breakfast cereals. The focus group is comprised of people from similar backgrounds or use the same products (for example, everyone who likes Captain Crunch cereal). Blarry.com is open only to United States residents […]

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American Consumer Opinion

An online survey company that offers participants a chance to win a cash drawing for completing quick, fun surveys and actual cash (between $4 to $50) for completing more extensive, in depth surveys that they refer to as “focus groups.” The site contends that focus group participants generally do not make less than $50. To join American Consumer Opinion, you need to click on to www.acop.com. This will bring you to the site’s home page where you can sign up for the site. After you complete the […]

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Getting Paid By Cash

Sitting a survey and being paid for it is a relatively new idea in the mass market, although it is true to say that people have been paid for giving their consumer opinion in one form or another for some time now. Making it an actual job is something that is less common, and will take a great deal of commitment to something which, after all, still entails simply sitting clicking buttons. Is it really possible to fill in surveys for a living? It would be incorrect […]

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Getting Paid By Cheque

The system of filling in online surveys in return for money is one that has increased in terms of popularity and sophistication over the last few years. Once upon a time it was a simple process of: 1. Fill in the survey 2. Receive a voucher by post or e-mail. And that was it. Naturally this did not attract a mass market, as vouchers have their own problems. Generally, these vouchers did not cover the full price of large-value products, so you would have to spend a […]

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How Good Are The Rewards?

Filling in an online survey in return for money is something that has taken off as a form of market research in the last few years. There is, however, a logical and understandable skepticism among people on the question of how beneficial sitting these surveys really is. How much money are you really likely to earn if you simply fill in a few surveys? It isn’t really likely to pay the bills, is it? In all honesty, the financial benefit of filling in online surveys really depends […]

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Zoom Panel

An online survey company that does market research for a variety of fast-food restaurants, including McDonalds and KFC. A couple of their other clients include General Mills, Proctor and Gamble and Microsoft. Zoom Panel makes the grade of one of the “legitimate” online survey sites on the internet. Membership is free for this site. There are no fees involved and they will not share your information with telemarketing companies. They also promise not to “spam” you inbox with a variety of ads. Rewards are based on points. […]

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Vindale Research

Vindale Research advertises that it covets “the finest minds” in online research. Signing up for this website was easy; I simply entered my name, e-mail address, gender and birth date and they sent me an e-mail. I opened the e-mail and clicked on the confirmation and was a member. The site advertises that it has a “zero tolerance spam” policy. Vindale Research pays its members monthly through their Paypal account, but you have to have a $50 balance in order to get paid. Surveys are easy, but […]

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