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Make Money Taking Surveys Online

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Make Money Taking Surveys Online

Did you know that you can make money taking surveys online?  There are numerous sites on the web that will pay you to complete surveys from the comfort of your own home.  Everyone is looking to make extra money and a great way to make extra money online is by signing up for programs that will pay you to complete surveys.

These "paid to take surveys" programs will send you e-mails alerting you that there is a survey available to for you to complete.  Provided you meed the demographic requirements, you will get paid a certain amount of money for completing the survey.  (Don't worry, the demographic questions are the first questions, so you won't ever complete a whole survey just to discover that you did not qualify and you will not be paid.)

Once you reach a certain payout level, you can "cash out" and the "paid to take surveys" company will either mail you a check or pay you through Paypal.  Some of these programs will also send you free products for you to use and review.  You will receive the product in the mail to test out and will get paid for completing an online survey about the product.

The programs listed in this article are some the best "paid to take surveys" programs online.  All of these sites have paid members and you can definitely make money taking surveys with these sites.


Programs That Pay You To Take Surveys

MySurvey a.k.a. Carol Adams
MySurvey uses a point system where each survey is worth a certain amount of points which are then converted to cash.  1000 points = $10.  You may redeem your points and be paid via check or Paypal in increments of $10.  (Therefore, once you have at least 1000 points you can redeem for $10 or wait until you have 2000, 3000, etc... and redeem for $20, $30 respectively.) MySurvey sends several qualification surveys each week that are worth 10 to 50 points each.  Based upon these surveys, you may be eligible to for a longer survey or to try and review a product. These longer surveys and product reviews vary from 50 to 750 (and sometime more!) points.  MySurvey will also give you 150 points for every person you refer to MySurvey. You must be a United States resident to sign up for MySurvey.

Opinion Outpost
Like MySurvey, Opinon Outpost assigns a point value to their surveys and then converts those points to cash. 10 points = $1.  Once you have reached 50 points ($5), you may cash out and request a check for any amount above $5.  Opinion Outpost sends several surveys per day that range in value from 10 to 100 points ($1 to $10).  The number of surveys you receive can be increased by filling out member profile information.  Opinion Outpost will also pay you 20 points for each person you refer to Opinion Outpost. You must be 18 years of age or older and live in the United States or Canada to sign up for Opinion Outpost.

GlobalTestMarket
Global Test Market is another site that will pay you to take surveys and also uses a points system which is then converted to cash.  1000 points = $50.  You must have 1000 points to cash out and you are then paid by check.  Global Test Market sends surveys daily.  The point value of surveys range from 35 to 200 points.  You can also earn a quick 100 points by filling out 10 profile surveys on the website.  You must be 14 years of age or older to sign up for Global Test Market and it is open to all members Internationally.

Toluna f.k.a. Your2Cents
Toluna Surveys also uses a point system. 30,000 points = $10.  You need a minimum balance of 30,000 points to cash out and then a check will be mailed to you. Toluna sends several surveys a week that range from 3,000 to 15,000 points. Other ways to earn money with Toluna include: a 500 point sign-up bonus, 300 points per personal interest survey, a 2,000 bonus for completing all personal interest surveys, 100 points for writing an opinion, 15 to 150 points for filling out polls, and 500 points for referring friends. Toluna is open to all members Internationally.

SurveySavvy

SurveySavvy does not use a point system and each survey has a cash value.  There is no minimum balance to cash out and you are paid by check. SurveySavvy sends several surveys a week and they range from $2 to $20. SurveySavvy also pays you incentives when your referrals complete surveys. You must be 14 years of age to join and SurveySavvy is open Internationally.

Focusline

Focusline does not use a point system and each survey has a cash value.  The minimum balance to cash out is $25 and you are paid by Paypal. You are paid $5 to sign-up at Focusline.  Foscusline sends several surveys per day ranging from $1 to $5.  There can be up to 25 surveys per day to take. You will also be paid to fill out member profile, typically $0.20 each.
You must be 13 years of age or older to join and Focusline is open Internationally.

Greenfield Online
Greenfield does not use a point system and each survey has a cash value.  The minimum balance to cash out is $10 and you are paid by Paypal. Greenfield sends several surveys per day and their value ranges from $2 to $10 or a sweepstakes entry. You must be 13 years of age or older to join and Greenfield is open Internationally.

Viewpoint Forum

Viewpoint Forum uses a point system. 375 points = $10.  You must have a minimum of 375 points to cash out and then a check is mailed to you. Viewpoint Forum first sends qualifying surveys that are worth 20 to 40 points. If you qualify, you will be asked to try out a product. Viewpoint Forum then will send you a product to try out and review. You will fill out one or more surveys on the product worth 50 to 500 points each. Viewpoint Forum has recently become a referral only program & the referral system is temporarily disabled. You can do a Google search to see if you can find an invite online or message me and when they reset the referral system I will send you a referral e-mail.

Pinecone Research
Pinecone is considered the holy grail of survey sites.  Every survey is valued at $3 and they pay by Paypal or check automatically the next day. Typically Pinecone sign-ups are hard to come by as they only open up registration at certain times and typically to particular demographics.  You can try performing a Google search to find a Pinecone sign-up link.


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