It is not uncommon for any of us to give opinion. Is it?
I have been party to numerous conversations where, you hear opinions from people who might not know a thing about what they are opining about. They still give out their opinion for free!
Just spend an hour recollecting everything that you bought in the last couple of year or, spend money on just because somebody gave you an opinion.
“Word of mouth” is strong and Organizations today have realized the value of the opinion. It is here that the survey market has grown big as a colossus.
Every market that grows gives you the small time entrepreneur an opportunity to earn big. But the sad part is that we are yet to cash in on the survey market, thanks the thousands of scams and illegitimate survey websites that popped up overnight.
Is there a way you can really get paid taking surveys?
It is impossible that you don’t get paid for online surveys. In fact you just cannot avoid getting paid for taking surveys. Wondering how?
Let me show you how.
Choosing the Survey Company
The most important part here is selecting the survey company itself. When you have always relied on opinions and feedback, why should you not rely on the same when choosing your survey company.
Speak to your friends and relatives who have taken surveys in the past. Search the internet for survey scams (ensure you exclude affiliate sites).
Look out for companies that offer surveys on a wide range of markets. Also see if they have more than just the normal surveys that could pay you for.
Most survey companies ask you to refer people but you don’t get paid for it. Just a “Good job done, Buddy” message. This is absolutely not something that I want!
Credible survey companies pay you for referring friends.
And none of your friends will be unhappy to take a survey and get paid for it – some earn income. Isn’t it?
And I am sure you being a social animal, will have some friends to refer. To add on, Facebook will ensure that you have a circle of a minimum of 150 friends.
Then refer them and you will make money for sure. I bet you cannot avoid it.
Join Multiple Survey Vendors
I once read a poster saying, “I work for money. If you are looking for loyalty, hire a dog”. I don’t agree to the philosophy completely though, but the fact of the matter is that organizations are selfish and so should you be.
Join multiple survey companies, even if they recommend that you shouldn’t. Else join a survey company that can offer you at least 3-4 surveys everyday.
You objective is to get paid and that too, everyday.
Multiple income stream Survey Companies
Most survey companies, give you an option of taking surveys. (Well, that is what it is supposed to do, right?)
That is not what I am looking for. The first survey company that I joined (that’s how I started my online journey), provided me multiple income options –
- Get paid taking surveys
- Get paid for referring friends
- Get paid for referring myself
- Get paid on sale of affiliate products (memberships)
If you are wondering, how can you get paid for referring yourself, then you should join the company in question, Surveys and Friends.
They even set up a private, professional and viral website for me which I could use to refer friends and others to, at absolutely no cost.
The answer to it is, if you can earn money referring friends, why should you earn money referring yourselves.
Bottomline – Get Paid Taking Surveys
It is true that you cannot avoid getting paid taking online surveys. The only way you might not get paid is if you choose to not take your check.
Choose the survey company wisely. Explore all your options and join multiple company. Or, at least a company that offers multiple options.
To begin with I will recommend that you join the first company that I joined when I started making money online.
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