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Making cash from online survey sites - new MSE guide

edited 28 January 2013 at 5:23PM in Boost Your Income
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  • mrsyardbroommrsyardbroom Forumite
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    I earn regular small amounts with Qmee.  I save it up until I want something and then I cash out Qmee and Prolific Academic together as both pay instantly.  It's a useful bit of money. 
    Don't mess with pensioners. :cool:
  • nandrewsnandrews Forumite
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    That's good to hear. How do you deal with the (all too frequent) rejections and the wasting of so much time in partial completes?
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    KxMxKxMx Forumite
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    edited 24 June at 1:13PM
    I just redeemed a payout from Yougov, I rejoined February 2019!
    Going to make myself inactive again as it's just not worth it.
    With regular effort I get 4 payouts annually from NewVistaLive and 2-4 a year from Populus Live. Both pay £50 like Yougov.
  • nandrewsnandrews Forumite
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    I'm afraid that's the way it is pretty much across the board. You'd think volunteering your time for them you'd get more respect.
    But it seems they look to get the best information and pay the least they ca get away with.
    Have you tried the 'shopping' apps such a Shop & Scan, Consumer Pulse and Nielsen? 
  • KxMxKxMx Forumite
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    I think with YouGov I just got too few surveys, took far too long to reach a payout and not worth my time.

    I do Nectar Canvass as well, that's a good payer especially for the longer diary studies.

  • ChickenAttackChickenAttack Forumite
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    Nice guide. Thank you, OP
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