Surveys

Earn cash, gift cards and prizes for participating in online surveys. Internet surveys are fun and rewarding.

Paid surveys could be a great work from home opportunity to make some extra money in your spare time. Corporations all over the world spend billions of dollars on research to find out what people think about their products and services. Survey research companies offer you with cash and rewards as incentives. You could earn rewards ranging from $1 to $100 or more per completed survey. Some surveys enter you into sweepstakes where you can win cash and prizes.

Take the surveys right from the comfort of your own home anytime day or night. Once you join a survey site, you will need to confirm your email address and then complete your profiles at the survey site. When a new survey is available, you will be notified by email. Join as many survey sites as possible to maximize your earnings.

  • Swagbucks – Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, UK and US
    Swagbucks is a popular rewards sites that has a big survey section. Complete daily polls for 1 Swagbuck (SB), and complete longer surveys for additional Swagbucks. Of course, you could complete free offers and download free apps for additional SBs. You could cash out 500 SBs for a $5 Amazon or Starbucks gift cards.

  • Survey Savvy – Worldwide
    Surveysavvy has been around for a long time and is one of the trusted companies. Surveys range from $1 to 100 each. High value surveys are rare though. Generally, you could expect one to two surveys a week, depending on your demographics. If you refer others, you could earn 50 cents from direct referrals and 10 cents from indirect referrals. Payments are in USD cheques.

  • Survey4Profit.com

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