Advice on cash paying surveys

Discussion in 'Paid Surveys' started by oregoncountry, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    Hi all, I have narrowed down my "list" of survey sites as some that I got hooked up with were bunk. Two that I know for sure offer "cash" for surveys are Pinecone and Focusline. Would any of you be willing to list your fave "cash" survey companies? I know most all offer "rewards", "sweepstakes", "points" that eventually can ad up to cash. But I am also doing Affiliate Marketing which will take quite awhile to ever pay off Im sure. But I do enjoy doing a few surveys. I just won't waste my time unless the companies offer cash per survey. Even if it's only once a month or less, I don't mind. Just don't want to do surveys for gifts or other than cash[​IMG]

    Thank you much, denise[​IMG]
     
  2. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Sure Denise,
    Your2cents - points that convert to cash.
    Opinion Outpost - points that convert to cash.
    Mindfield - cash.
    Survey Savvy - cash.
    Palm Research - cash.
    Daily Survey Panel - points that convert to cash.
    Global Test Market - points that convert to cash. $0.05 per point.
    Survey Spot - Cash. However many are for sweepstakes entries.
    I hope this helps you out.
    Take care,
    Pinky
     
  3. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    pinkyparrot: Sure Denise,
    thanks pinky! I think I have all those(signed up with them)and I will go make sure in my Roboform. If these are working for you then I will stick with them. I just did an article for ezine. Do you do any of that? I hope it works out for me as well. I really do enjoy writing about things, well, things I know something about. I seem to know a little about a lot of different things[​IMG] Very little on some[​IMG]

    see you later, denise[​IMG]
     
  4. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Hello Denise,
    I have yet to try ezine. Is that some article writing thing where you can put your affiliate links in? I did however start a blog. Not much luck with that yet but it takes time. I have to go run around most of the day and start getting my new job all set up. You know, new clothes and stuff. Gotta borrow a truck too so I can get my tools there. Wish me luck,
    Tom
     
  5. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    pinkyparrot: Hello Denise,
    I have yet to try ezine.
    Yes, what I know so far Tom, is that it is free advertising for your blog or website. I am just learning though but came across the info on the Bum Marketing website which I am studying and working with(the free stuff that is)[​IMG]

    I do wish you luck!! ttys, denise in Sams Valley OR
     
  6. jaesun16

    jaesun16 New Member

    Hello, I understand you, You want jump into another business world

    I have done researching for 3months before I step forwarded to

    Internet marketing.. I can tell you just came narrow down to

    Survey, and Affiliate marketing.. It's up to you, but with my

    researching, with survey, you will 100% get paid unless you are

    disqualified their survey taget market!! I will tell you what

    [​IMG]Paid SUrvey [​IMG]

    - You have to do another survey at the middle of your first survey
    why? about 50% of survey will tell you so... (above reason)

    - You just waste time for do another and so on...

    - Average time will be 30min for a survey and get paid >$2...

    - If you still want take it just go for it.
    www.Cashcrate.com provide free 2survey daily

    [​IMG]Affiliate Marketing.[​IMG]

    - It's hard to start and get familiar with them without any instruction

    - Free to start, and will be spending money eventually(Investment)

    - Too many affiliate helping sites.. Hard to choose one... well

    - With my researching two websites are truely give you guide line
    not, making you money.. like others saying

    1. MOIS -My online Income System
    - 60days step by step action plan
    - will teach you from bottom to time(even tell you how to get site,
    and change contents, adding ads, delete, do it for another, so
    on.. basically everything..

    2. Wealthy Affilate
    - many of people choose,
    - good stuff, and many affiliate mentors are member of WA

    How is your business going? Me as 4th months of Affilate marketer,

    I am doing good so far , because I am full time marketer,

    I don't know your case, If you have sphare time, nothing but,

    Internet marketing!! It's so fun and a lot to learn I love it[​IMG]

    I hope this helps you little bit

    Happy day~[​IMG]
     
  7. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    oregoncountry: Just don't want to do surveys for gifts or other than cash
    It seems that paid surveys opportunities that actually pay cash are few and far between. I'd stick with affiliate marketing as it had the potential to be more rewarding in the long run.
     
  8. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    jaesun16: Hello, I understand you, You want jump into another business world
    Very sweet and helpful, thank you Jaesun[​IMG]

    Today I really dug into my new blog. I have written my first post pretty much but am so nervous about publishing it, like, is it any good, LOL! Guess only one way to find out and that is to publish it. I first want to learn about adsense as a possibility and also, how to hook up with folks who sell what I talked about, my niche I've chosen.

    More about it later. I still have some I want to accomplish before the day is over. By the way, I am signed with cashcrate and do like doing the surveys. I've only qualified for a very few. My demographics don't seem very popular.

    denise in Sams Valley OR
     
  9. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    getagrip: It seems that paid surveys opportunities that actually pay cash are few and far between. I'd stick with affiliate marketing as it had the potential to be more rewarding in the long run.
    I agree, for myself it is proving to be true. Just not part of the population that the survey companies want to hear from. That's ok, because in my life, when one door closes another is always open. Maybe a worn out cliche but still true[​IMG] As you may have seen what I wrote to Jaesun, I now have my blog going. I still have so much to learn though. One step at a time. Today my focus has been on the blog, finding out about adsense and clickbank.

    ttyl, have a great evening, denise in Sams Valley OR
     
  10. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    oregoncountry: Just not part of the population that the survey companies want to hear from.
    I can totally relate to you there. When I did my experiment with paid surveys a few years ago, it was hard to get approved for any surveys, I think because of the demographic I belonged to: single, thirty something, never married, no kids, etc.

    However, I think the problem now is that there are literally millions of people who are signing up for paid surveys opportunities. If a paid surveys company needs 100 people to complete their survey, yet has 10,000 people to chose from who qualify for that survey, then there is only a 1% chance you will be selected even if you qualify...
     
  11. oregoncountry

    oregoncountry Member

    getagrip: I can totally relate to you there.
    Right, competition everywhere. As long as I am not doing anything better, I don't mind trying the ones that get sent to me but I don't see a future in it for me. I think I might get tired of doing them anyway, even if I did qualify. I'm finding a lot of fulfilment out of building this blog and sort of being forced to be creative with writing, researching, study, etc. Challenging, that's the word I was looking for. Im happy for anyone that can bring in money today doing anything(legit that is[​IMG] ) We each have to find where we fit best. I would never have dreamed I'd even be using a "fancy" term like Affiliate Marketing 2 months ago[​IMG] More will be revealed hey[​IMG]

    ttyl, denise in Sams Valley OR
     
  12. danibrnshug

    danibrnshug New Member

    I tried paid surveys a few years ago and had nothing but problems. They even had me sign in for one at a specific time in a focus group situation and committed to pay for that time and then I received nothing. VERY disappointing!
     
  13. doughboy09

    doughboy09 New Member

    I love Cashle i have been with them for about 2 weeks and have made out well.
     

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