Can you make at least $20 from online surveys a month?
I am a high school student and I don't really have that much time for a job. Between school, extracurricular activities, exercise, and homework, I usually only have enough time to take a few minutes to go on the internet. But I really need some money and I heard that online surveys give you some. But I wanted to make sure that I could get at least $20 a month.
If you have any tips too that would be appreciated.
For the 747,325th time...
The Internet is not some magical cash machine.
There are NO online jobs. Not one. No data entry. No surveys. No clicks. No nothing.
You will not find one from your house.
You will not find one with your mouse.
You will not find one here or there.
You will not find one anywhere.
Try this site. I have had great success with it www.inboxdollars.com/?r=ref11778185... You can earn money from completing surveys, reading emails, completing offers (there are free ones) referring friends, playing games, and many other things that can help you earn money. How fast you earn is up to you. I do it in my spare time (which isnt much with 2 kids, working full time and going to school full time) and I have already recieved 2 checks from them. Once your account reaches 30 dollars you can request a payment and they will mail you a check. Make sure to refer people to sign up though because you get a percent ( I believe 10%) of what the person earns so say you sign up and you refer your friend to sign up once your friend registers not only do you get the money you earn but a portion of what they earn as well (this does not take away from their earnings. The best part is you get a 5 dollar sign up bonus so once you sign up you only have 25 dollars to go before getting your first check! If you have any questions before or after sign up ( if you choose to) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Amanda Leach - 1 year ago
You're in a tricky age bracket, as most online survey companies require you to be at least 18 years old before participating in surveys. That said, your first step is to find legitimate market research companies to join. SurveyPolice has one of the largest directories of survey companies, and you find a list of companies ordered by user-reviews here: www.surveypolice.com/rankings As a starting point, I'd recommend joining the top 10 survey companies if you can...some will not accept your registration because you are young, though some will, which is why I say register with 10. The more you register with, the more opportunities you'll have to make the $20 a month you're looking for.
Off hand, the companies I'm pretty sure accept teen panelists include: My Survey, MyView, Global Test Market, Valued Opinions, American Consumer Opinion, and SurveySavvy. You might wish to cross-reference this list with the ratings on SurveyPolice to see what others have to say.