We haven’t reviewed any sites that offer paid surveys in a while, and they’re always popular, so we thought we’d see what else is out there. Paid survey sites basically offer to pay you money for your opinion, and since opinions are easy to offer and doing so takes little time, a lot of people are interested in using them to make money online. Of course, most paid survey sites aren’t very profitable, but they still draw lots of interest. One of the newer entries is Start Quiz, and they say that you can earn up to $800 per day by taking their surveys.
Surveys do have a legitimate purpose in marketing, as companies need to know if the advertisements for their products are reaching the intended audience. It can cost millions of dollars to bring a product to market, and if you’re trying to reach a certain segment of the market, you want to create advertisements targeting that particular market. You also want to offer surveys to people who have seen those advertisements to ensure that the ads are effective in attracting the attention of that market segment. Start Quiz shows commercials and then asks you questions about them to find out if you think they’re effective and they offer to pay you to take those surveys. Is this site on the level, or is Start Quiz a scam? Read on for our full Start Quiz review.
Reasonquiz Review – Is Making Money Really This Easy?
Reasonquiz is a new site that offers to pay you to fill out simple surveys. They pay quite a bit for taking surveys that require just a minute or two to complete, making it a pretty easy way to earn money. Of course, paid survey sites are usually a waste of time, making me wonder if Reasonquiz is any different. Still, lots of people are interested in making money online and people are always interested in paid survey sites, for whatever reason.
I decided to check Reasonquiz out and see if it really does what they claim it will do – allow you to make money fast. Is Reasonquiz the real deal, or a complete waste of time? Read on for the full Reasonquiz review.
There seems to be no end to the number of paid survey sites that are springing up on the Internet and for good reason – every time someone claims they’ll pay people to take surveys, thousands of people sign up to join. You’d think that everyone would know by now that the opportunities to make money online by taking paid surveys are pretty slim, but that doesn’t stop people, who continue to sign up for these sites on the off chance that this particular site might be the one. Survey Private is the latest site to pop up in the paid surveys game, and it works much like the others.
You sign up, pick a survey, answer eight questions, and just like that, you’ll have $14 added to your account balance. $14 isn’t much, but you can take three surveys a day at Survey Private. If $42 per day doesn’t sound like much, then you can refer your friends to Survey Private and if they sign up, you’ll get a bonus for each of them, plus a percentage of what they earn, making it possible to earn thousands of dollars weekly at Survey Private. So how does it work? Read on for the full Survey Private review.
If I were a scammer, which I’m not, I’d go into business setting up paid survey sites. The public seems to have an endless interest in taking surveys so they can get paid for it, and there’s no shortage of sites out there that promise to tell you how you can make big bucks taking surveys for cash. Even though most of those sites are scams, new ones pop up every day and they’re all busy, because people like offering their opinion and getting money. The latest such site is Start Survey, which promises to pay you $14 for each survey you take.
You can take three surveys per day, which adds up to $42. That might not seem like a lot of money, but you can earn additional cash by referring friends to the site – $15 per sign up, plus20% of what your referrals earn. If you have a lot of friends on Facebook and you send them over to Start Survey, you could find yourself earning thousands of dollars every week. So what’s involved? Read on for my full Start Survey review.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the time I’ve been involved in affiliate marketing, it’s that people love taking surveys, and any site that offers paid surveys will generally find itself awash in traffic in pretty short order. Why? Because people love the idea of being paid in cash for work that isn’t terribly time consuming or difficult, and surveys fit the bill. Rank Quiz is the latest site to come along in the paid surveys niche, and I suspect that they’ve already got thousands of members who can’t wait to get paid for offering their opinion.
Rank Quiz pays $18 for taking a survey that requires no more than two minutes to complete and you can take up to four of those surveys per day. There’s a bonus for recruiting new members, too, so you can potentially earn quite a bit of money through this site. Since there will undoubtedly be a lot of interest in how Rank Quiz works, I’ll sign up and go through it and if you read on, you can read my full Rank Quiz review.
People love the idea of paid surveys. There are millions of people who like the idea of trying to make money online, but paid surveys offer a way of cashing in that doesn’t require a lot of time or effort. Unfortunately, most paid survey sites are scams. A new entry in that market is Chief Quiz, which appears to be owned and operated by the same people who run Up Survey, Line Quiz, Tempo Quiz and others.
Chief Quiz and all of these other sites work pretty much the same way. They show you a brief commercial and then ask you some questions about it. You answer them, and they put $18 in your account. You can do this as often as four times a day and you can earn additional cash by referring some of your friends to the site. That means you could earn thousands of dollars per week for just a few minutes of your time. That sounds pretty tempting, so how does Chief Quiz work? Read on for our full Chief Quiz review.
Paid surveys, and sites that promote them, are all the rage these days. It seems that every day I find a new site that offers to tell you, for a price, how you can earn thousands of dollars per month completing online surveys in exchange for cash. One of the more recent entries in this niche is Paid Survey Authority, ostensibly run by someone named Michelle McAllister, who claims to have been helping people make money with surveys since 2006.
If you’re willing to pay, Michelle will show you how you can join a number of sites that will regularly flood your inbox with offers to take surveys for cash. The Paid Survey Authority sales page is full of glowing testimonials from people who claim to have used the system to earn thousands of dollars, and most of them are holding checks in their hands. So, paid surveys sounds like a pretty good deal. How does it work? Read on for our full Paid Survey Authority review.
Survey Trendo is one of a growing number of Websites that feature paid surveys. They show you a commercial, you answer a few questions about it, and you get paid $15 just for participating. You can take three surveys a day and their affiliate program claims you can earn hundreds per day just for referring your friends to Survey Trendo. That sounds like a winner. Is this a legitimate way to make money, or is Survey Trendo a scam? Read on for our full Survey Trendo review.
Paid surveys have a bad rep on the Web, as there are a number of companies that will, for a price, tell you how you can earn thousands every month by taking surveys. These products are largely scams, as few surveys pay any real amount of money and lots of them pay in either coupons or gift cards, and not in cold, hard cash. Survey Trendo is different; they offer $15 for answering a simple 8 question survey and you can take three surveys a day and get paid $30 for referring your friends, plus 10% of their earnings. That sounds good, so I signed up.