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 towards young people. Rewards for participating in the surveys are given in a “points” system. Once the teenager completes a survey, they earn “E-points.” Once they have collected a number of E-points, they can redeem them for gift cards to places that most teenagers love to frequent, including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Amazon, and, the grand mother of all teen places, Best Buy.
E-Poll is safe for your teenager and has stringent privacy policies. I’m a bit partial to any online survey company that welcomes young people; they generally don’t want to be the subject of a federal investigation into corrupting minors, so they are usually pretty legitimate. My daughter signed up for this site and as so far earned a gift card for Best Buy and Starbucks. She said the surveys were easy and not at all like the tests she takes in school. Too bad schools insist on giving grades instead of gift certificates or she would be a straight A student.
E-Poll also offers surveys for adults. But this is not a survey-for-cash site. After signing up for the site, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Once you click on the link, you’re in and you will begin receiving surveys by e-mails. Each survey is worth a certain number of points. And the points are redeemed for gift cards. In addition to the gift cards that appeal to teens, adults can receive cards for Home Depot, Target and other stores.
Each survey takes about ten minutes or less to complete. I have not participated in any E-Poll surveys as my daughter pretty much took over this site. Like most internet survey companies, E-Poll has a limit of one survey participant per household.
Some of the surveys that she has participated in have been about music, online games, school supplies, and fast food products. The site is owned by Bridge Entertainment, Inc. and although adults can participate, it is geared towards teenagers and young adults. The tagline for the site is “Express Yourself.”
Parents should monitor their child’s use of the internet at all times. Although E-Poll has proven to be a legitimate polling site, parents should warn their children about giving out any personal information over the internet. But teenagers using E-Poll are pretty safe. We haven’t had any bad experiences with this site, and although I personally haven’t made any money, I have saved a few bucks. Usually my daughter asks for handouts when going to McDonald’s or Starbucks. But with E-Poll, she has been able to get her own gift cards.
Maybe some day I’ll get really lucky and she’ll get a job.