Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by stevenrbodin, Apr 18, 2007.
i was wondering if it really works.
I'd stay away from paid surveys if I were you. There is much better out there.
I suggest you stay clear of these things, they seem to be mostly scams...
That is a scam. You should NEVER EVER pay to join a survey site. All of the legit, paying ones are free to join. And free to find.
Yeah, paid surveys is hardly at all an opportunity any more. One guy said it took him something like 3 months to earn $100, filling out something like 200 surveys. It paid like 50 cents an hour! Not worth your time!
I decided to give these a try, and joined about 15 or more. I seem to find myself doing surveys almost daily, but in about 2 months now, I haven't made a single dime. Haven't even won any lotteries or prizes.
I'm about ready to give this up. I've only joined FREE ones, but my account doesn't have a dime in it yet. In fact, most of the surveys I've started, after about the 3rd or 4th question, I'm told I DO NOT QUALIFY. What a waste of time. I've emailed my complaints to different companies, but of course, no response. My advice, these are a TOTAL WASTE OF TIME.
You said it smitty! I think you should move on to bigger and better things like affiliate marketing!
I totally agree with getagrip. Affiliate marketing is much much better.
Definately paid survey programs are not a good way to make money. I took a few once and made like $0.20 .... what a joke and a HUGE waste of time. I'm a network marketer in the Wellness Industry and I love what I do. Making money being in business for myself is absolutely the most amazing thing that has ever happened to me.....Profits Are Better Than Wages....what else can I say?
I watched the video on Wealthy Affiliate Video and also went to there site, which sounded very interesting. I did a search on Google for reviews and of course I came across the some that said that they are members and what they offer is good however it is to expensive and blah,blah.... but I have this program you can join for only xxxxx of dollars and make money. My question have you made any money with Wealthy Affiliate Program and do they give you a lot of information overload for the person that would be just starting out in the affiliate program. Thanks
I actually paid for one. I did some research and found one that actually got decent reviews. it recommended I download the trial version of robo forms which does a lot of the repetitive work for signing on to the various sites. It took a week for the requests to participate started coming in. I got one that paid the folks who met the requirement for the survey $100.00. I did not meet the requirements. I liked the program because it weeded out the ones that were outdated, unresponsive, scammy, etc. I have NOT made any money, but I also have not put much effort into signing up with the various companies. After reading the conversation threads on this forum, I'm putting my efforts into my affiliate work. Gladly accepting mentors!
How much could one earn full-time???? What was your figures??? Was it worth it???Please help, searching single mom trying to make thanks, so much!!!
If you can't make much money with survey programs unless you do it by getting sign-ups not filling out surveys. Getting sign-ups is affiliate marketing.
Yes, I am sure it is tough to make money with surveys. There are millions of participants and you dont get enough surveys each day. It will be very hard to make money from survey. Cannot depend only on this. But defenitely this should be part of money making strategy
Well i think its more wastage of time if you start making money through surveys.
I foolishly signed up for a survey program about a year ago. What a waste of my time! I spent hour upon hour filling those things out. I made a whopping $10 in one month. Thank goodness I had set up an email address for that purpose alone. The junk mail I was receiving was ridiculous. Needless to say, I no longer have that particular email address.
Ya all these are scams stay away from them.
Do some more research on the company? Inquire with the improved business bureau. If this is a legitimate business they will have the info to help you. If they are asking for a fee then you are not an employee. You are an independent contractor and you are required to pay taxes on any income you make over $500.
There are some good pay survey sites out there but let me tell you now that you will not get rich from doing it I have several other businesses going to try & get some extra income so I think you should consider that instead of relying on these sites.
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