If you’ve done some work via Amazon Turk, by now you understand that when a requester rejects your hit it not only means you don’t get paid, it also reflects poorly on your future work by lowering your approval rating. For the most part this really isn’t a big deal unless you get extremely careless… Read More »
Just a heads up that Bing is offering double credits again this weekend, 11/29-12/1.
Happy Thanksgiving, folks!!! Gang: I need some opinions! Since starting this website I have limited the amount of material posted and select only the most relevant information to share. I honestly felt sharing too much would crowd the site or overwhelm subscriber mailboxes. I think it’s time for a change so starting now and the… Read More »
SocialSci has a fantastic study available from University of Oxford which took me about 15 minutes. The pay is between $4-10 which will be deposited into your Paypal account in a few days. I was given a credit of $.50 on my SocialSci account and expect the other payment this week. I can’t provide specifics… Read More »
MyView $10 Cashout Limit Pays W/Giftcards only Superior customer support Pros- Unlimited and Unique surveys. $.10 small credit on rejections.Customer support is fantastic.Rare but occasional in home product test offers. Cons- Lower then average payouts. No Paypal or cash redemption SurveySavvy No Cashout Limit Pays W/Check US SnailMail Poor customer support Pros- Short/Simple surveys some… Read More »
Wanted to share an excellent opportunity that I just signed up for this morning. The offer is limited, so first-come, first-served. The work is an experiment done completely online, which involves helping people deal with pain management. The study pays $15 per each questionnaire you fill out, for a total of $60! Rather than go… Read More »
Not many people are familiar with this site and at a glance it seems uneventful and crowded. Literally dozens of surveys- most are very low pay and if you aren’t careful you can get trapped in a 30-minute session for $.50, which is a nightmare. The surveys also don’t credit instantly, about 80% of the surveys are not credited… Read More »