This is the second part of my paid survey reviews. You can read part one here.
are details of some of the free to join survey sites I have tried out,
and rated based upon frequency of participation and earning potential.
As I mentioned in part
1, I would
recomend joining the Brand
Institute panel, which is always looking for
evaluators with a medical background. Brand Institute typically pay
between $15 and $25 per survey to those with a medical background
(doctors, nurses, technicians etc...), sometimes much more, and payment
per survey is either by cheque or PayPal. If you
haven't got a PayPal account, you can sign up for one here.
you to surveys regarding
a number of interesting subjects.This
is a good site to practice surveys on.To
date, I have yet to win a prize, but you
have the option to reward a charity for your participation
ACOP claim to
send a screener questionnaire every
six weeks. I have not known this to be the case, but when
surveys do arrive, they pay between £3 and £5.
Cheques are posted to you for each survey, so you don't have
to wait for a balance to build up. All members are put in a
prize draw for the equivalent of $250, plus extra entries if you have
completed a screener but not been invited to the survey.
As promised, here are my top 20 links for visitors outside the UK. Please bear in mind that a lot of the links in my review will also redirect you to your "local" version, so please don't automatically avoid clicking them!