The Results Thread

Discussion in 'Paid Surveys' started by happygal, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. happygal

    happygal Member

    It's been awhile since we shared our results. I know the forum owner would like us to do this in one ongoing thread, instead of monthly threads. So I thought I'd start it. I just added up my June 2009 results for surveys and it was a waaaay better month that I thought it was. $1,147 total. Big earners for me were mysurvey, surveysavvy, myopinionnow, GTM, ACOP, SurveySpot...have to go look at the list to see where other big payments came from. Did a couple of online interactives/focus groups, 1 in person focus group and 2 taste tests, too.
     
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    My total earnings from paid surveys was about $5...I earned WAY less than minimum wage doing them.
     
  3. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Great job Happygal. My results were a bit lower than my expectations but still better than May. I cashed in in $721 total. I still have more that I'm waiting for so I didn't include them.
    I have over $200 on the way for this month so far. I just know it will keep coming in better and better !
     
  4. Hezokuai

    Hezokuai New Member

    I have been using Opinion Outpost, and I have made a total of $127.50, in three months. I notice that they are a third party company, and many of the surveys they offer are from OTX and JD power and other companies mentioned in other posts in the survey forum. What I like about Opinion Outpost is that when I take a survey from one of their partners, I now know who the partner is, what kind of surveys they are offering and can decide if I want to sign up with them directly based on my experience with them.
     
  5. getagrip: My total earnings from paid surveys
    was about $5...I earned WAY less than minimum wage doing them.
    Its a shame that you don't qualify for surveys.

    There are many threads in this forum which show many members more than happy about the EXTRA money that they earned from taking paid surveys.
     
  6. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    CashSurveysOnly: Its a shame that you don't qualify for surveys.
    ???

    I guess what we qualify for is a matter of opinion... just because we don't care for something and don't promote it, doesn't mean we don't qualify.... he was just being honest and sharing the other side of the coin...[​IMG]

    I think it is okay to share both the pros and cons of anything related to making money at home.[​IMG]
     
  7. Singapoor

    Singapoor New Member

    mountainmom5: ???

    I guess what we qualify for is a matter of opinion... just because we don't care for something and don't promote it, doesn't mean we don't qualify.... he was just being honest and sharing the other side of the coin...

    I think it is okay to share both the pros and cons of anything related to making money at home.
    I agree, I think getagrip qualifies just fine for the surveys and merely hasn't seen positive results with them. Surveys aren't for everyone, and there really isn't one magic path or solution when talking about internet marketing.
     
  8. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    Had a decent month in November. $347.50 but then again I was out of town for 2 weeks. I hope everyone else got higher payouts than me!
     
  9. pegeler

    pegeler New Member

    I gave surveys a good solid 30-day try. Total earnings, about $9.

    Now I do have several strikes against me.

    1) I'm retired, so didn't qualify for a lot of surveys.

    2) I'm on a really SLOW dial up system, and it just takes far too much time to go through the surveys to make it worth while.

    For the time being, I'll just stick affiliate marketing.

    Pete
     
  10. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    To me it's just interesting to see people actually making some money doing surveys. I thought any good money from surveys was an exception, not the norm.

    Congrates to those getting paid doing surveys.
     
  11. happygal

    happygal Member

    I agree, pegeler, that those may be two significant disadvantages in terms of doing surveys. However, at least in my experience, a month wasn't long enough. Heck, I have found that I tend to have great demographics in terms of doing surveys, but in my first month, I only made $5.
     
  12. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    If I remember correctly I think I only made $3 in my first month and that wasn't enough to cash out with. I didn't really start making a fair amount of money for several months after. You just have to stick with it and even do some of the free ones (sweepstakes entries) that they send you. They sometimes lead to paid product tests.
     
  13. mlynn

    mlynn Member

    I didn't receive any survey payments the first month - did accumulate $$ and points on a few sites but not enough to cash out...Money started rolling in at the end of the second month...
     
  14. dougster77

    dougster77 New Member

    I made a about $200 in Jan. and had several free samples sent to try out.
     
  15. mountainmom5: he was just being honest and sharing the other side of the coin...
    So there are two sides to every coin. There are members that are mentioning their success in this thread.
     
  16. defaultuser

    defaultuser New Member

    Congrats happygal...I guess you top the surveys field.. I have earned around $31 from Planet Pulse in the month of April, collectively around $100 from them till date.

    Surveysavvy did pay me, $50 cheque. And awaiting $60 from them...yippie...[​IMG]
     

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