Choosing A Paid Survey Site

By: ronhelor
Paid survey sites are very popular. Almost anyone who thought about making money from home the easy way, is bound to consider using them to make some quick cash.

The question is: how do I find the best paid survey website for my needs - an honest site that will really help me make money and not turn out to be a scam?

Well, here are a few things you must check before joining any site of this sort:

1. Can you find other happy users of the site you are considering? - When you come across a paid survey site, do a Google search for the site's name. Try to find others who are members of this site, and what they about the site. Are they making any money? is the site updated regularly with new surveys?

2. How much money can you make? - For the feedback you get from current users, try to establish how much money you can make with this site. If all you can make is $50 a week, is this worth you time?

3. Are there any other benefits? Some of these sites give free samples, coupons, free products etc., in addition to cash. Try to find out how much cash and how much merchandise to expect...if most of what you get is prizes, coupons and freebees, you may want to pass.

4. Is this a world wide opportunity? If you live outside the US, you sure have to find out if the site gives enough activity to non-US people. Many of these sites don't offer much if you are not US based, so check this carefully.

5. How's theservice? - Are this site owners helpful? do they provide good customer service? One way to find out is to send them an email with some questions before you become a member. If they don't bother answering an email form a non-member - don't bother joining them...they don't know how to treat their customers.

6. Is this for you? - The comprehensive survey sites are the paid ones, no doubt. They have a constantly updated database and good customer service. If you are serious about this, you should join a paid site. Buy before you do that, try to join a free survey site before you commit to a paid survey site. You will get only a few surveys, but this will help you test the water and see if this kind of activity is for you.

Doing your homework first, before joining any kind of these sites, will help you make a better decision about your involvement in paid survey
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