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links to a few good survey sites

Discussion in 'Referral - Survey sites' started by eddie1971, May 5, 2014.

  1. Boom Boom

    Boom Boom Active Member

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    I have ben doing this survey lark for many years and the best ones I have found are:

    Populous - £50 cash out but quickly reached. Have to be careful as inaccuracies cause survey to be rejected.
    Surveybods - Great platform and cash out at £15
    Newvisatalive - regular decent paying survey's. Only snag is £50 cash out
    Myvoice - mixture of really short and longer survey's. £20 cash out
    Mindmover - Decent paying and £20 cashout. Only snag is that they seem to have started using Toluna for some survey's and they can be frustrating.

    I am a of lots more but I prirotise the above over all others. They generally have better survey platforms and are easier to complete
     
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    Blackpepper1 Well-Known Member

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    Mindmover and Surveybods I haven't heard of. I am going to give them a try and see how I get on.
    I like Populis and Newvista decent pay for their surveys despite £50.00 payout.
     
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    I've never heard of surveybods. Do you have a referral link? Sorry of that is not allowed here but I have not seen anything about it.
     
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    Funny you've mentioned them - they made contact with me this week randomly about doing some work together on TMS
     
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    What kind of work?
     
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    that would be telling ;)
     
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    katykicker I am a 20 something stay-at-home-wife from Essex. Staff Member

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    Say yes! I like surveys I can do while I work ;D
     
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    They are one of the genuine better companies I found.
     
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    I have never received a survey from them. thought they had shut down. (survey bods)
     
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    new link added
     
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    lol so many to choose from I wish I can know which is the top 5 without tying all of them lol
     
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    Hi [member=2529]kiraide95[/member]

    In my opinion you have to sign up to them all and then monitor them for a bit; then cull those that aren't working for you. Everyone has different demographics and different surveys like different demographics; so what works well for me, might not be as good for you. My advice would be to start with some of the big ones like Prolific Academic, Global Test Market, Opinion Outpost, iPoll and YouGov; then once you have got those up and running, slowly add more and more. Keep a spreadsheet and track everything as this will not only help you work out what is best for you but also give you motivation to carry on when you aren't quite at cash out level.
     
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    prolific academic is the best site by far but here's my top 5
    1 , Proific Academic
    2, Populus
    3, Panel Base
    4, Onepoll
    5, Surveybods down load Surveybods app as well you can do surveys and polls with that
     
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    One poll and survey bods are two I've not heard Of! Must add them to my to do list. Thanks :)
     
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    hope you all made some cash
     
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