Here's a few tips and recommendation for you to
remember when you fill out your surveys.
1. Always be honest when you do your surveys. Sometimes they'll be
looking for someone who works in a particular field. Other times they want to
make sure you don't work there. You've got a 50/50 chance of guessing the wrong
answer so just be honest. If you're not accepted after the initial screening,
there's always more to come. Some companies even pay you for your preliminary
2. See if it's worth it! I'm often too busy to bother with a 20 minute
survey that rewards you with another ballot in the monthly draw. I don't fill
all these out. They sometimes tell you how much money you'll make and how long
the survey takes. Again, if a 20 minute survey isn't worth 2 dollars, don't
bother - but remember, that 2 dollars could be made by giving up a single game
of Bejeweled and those 2 dollar surveys add up. If you're going to make $10.00
for a 10 minute survey - by all means do it! That's $60 an hour!
3. Set up a separate email address strictly for your surveys. You don't
want a chance at the monthly draw lost to another chain letter or an ad for
valium. The best way is to set one up with your internet service provider since
they're free with your internet service.
4. The more market research companies you sign up with the better. If you
sign up with 4 companies and stop, you won't be making too much. It takes a
while and kind of sucks after the first 20 sign-ups, but by spending all that
time retyping your information for each site, it will pay off in the long run.
If you'd like a program to make your life easier, try using Roboform. I haven't
tried it myself (did it by hand back then) but it might be helpful for you.
5. Be quick in responding to your surveys. You don't want the program
filled by the time you've finished reading that last Tom Cruise gossip column.
6. Choose a username and password that's different than the other's you would
normally use with email, banking etc. Pick a new username/password combo,
write it down so you don't forget and then use that same combo for every one of
the survey sites you sign up with. Trust me, if you have 200 different passwords
you'll never know which is which.
7. Always read the first email the companies send you. A lot of people
don't realize they have to click a link in their "welcome" email to confirm the
email address. If you don't confirm your email for each of these companies you
won't be receiving any survey invitations. It only takes a second and can be
worth some good money!
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