24 thoughts on “How to make quick cash with online surveys

  1. Thanks for the links! I’ll have to look into some of those.

    I’m already filling out surveys for Harris Poll. They’re another one you may be interested in (or someone might). You earn points for surveys that you can cash in for…well, a lot of it is Amway catalog kinda stuff, but they’ve got other really good ones, too. I recently cashed in some points to get season 2 of The Office on DVD. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. very interesting concept..! Looks like they are basically harvesting email addresses to add to vendor lists. I’m thinking it might be best to use a secondary email address, because it’s likely that you’ll end up getting a ton of email from those vendors, once you’ve participated in their surveys. Has that been your experience Steph?

    As a vendor, that’s a pretty cool service – get people to WANT to fill out a survey and be added to your list. If they could do it by region, it would be a very cool thing for even small businesses…depending on price.

    thanks Steph!

  3. Aaron – I think I’ve used Harris poll before! The amway products you mentioned aren’t too tempting. ๐Ÿ˜›

    Cindy – The ones I’m doing aren’t harvesting emails. I’ve never gotten on email lists from the vendors doing the surveys. Most of these only keep your email for the purpose of sending you survey opportunities, and they don’t distribute the lists to other people. But, I’m sure there are some that do!

    Kaylee – Glad to see you here! I’ll post about myself soon. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Kraze – lol

    Melody – It doesn’t take me much time, just a few minutes some days for the ones that I want to fill out. Really, it depends on the survey & the service. Some surveys are just a few minutes long and earn you $5 right then. Some give me free products to test, which adds to my savings since I’m getting products for free that I would have bought anyway.

    It probably also helps that I read quite fast. ๐Ÿ™‚ Since I’ve had my own business for the last few years, I know how much my time is worth per hour. That’s why I don’t waste my time on “sweepstakes” surveys. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Do you get more junk snail mail now that you’re on all of those lists?

    About 10 years ago, I used FreeRide.com and painlessly saved up enough points to cash in for a couple of CDs and some magazine subscriptions. The fun part is that there was some sort of glitch in the magazine subscriptions, and I kept receiving them free for about 4 years. Not a bad way to get Kiplinger’s financial magazine. I don’t know how well FreeRide works now, but it was great back then.

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