Friday, August 13, 2010

Make Extra Money With Your Opinions Via Surveys

It seems to me there are a tons of survey sites out on the net. The tough part for me is weeding through them. Can I trust this one, do they pay out well, pay out timely, etc...? Well, today I'm sharing one of my favorites, Synovate (Global Opinion Panels). Not only have I cashed out (via PayPal) several times, but I've also been privileged enough to try some product samples. My best advice, is log in everyday day or two and just spend a few (5 -10) minutes. After a month or two, you'll be surprised how fast your points (points = money) have added up!



Another survey site tip, don't get signed up with too many places. Find 2 or 3 that you like and visit them regularly. Have a great day!!

2 comments:

~Robin~ said...

I'm going to try this. Thanks for the post. :)

Angie said...

When I was keeping up with them better, I was making about $20 a month from my top 3 favorites. :)

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