Does anyone know a LEGIT online survey site that pays?
I am looking to make 100 dollars quick... and I want to do the surveys does anyone know of any sites that are actually legit and pay6 months ago - 6 answers
Surveys are a lame way to try to make money, so many are marketing tools designed to get you to buy stuff.
There is more actual work you can find on the web, ook at the job lists on freelancer marketplace sites like freelancer.com and odesk.com There are at least 10 well known sites like this, although geared more for Programmers and Designers, there are projects for the less technical too, like article writing, paying maybe $3 for 450 words. There is no fee for workers to sign up. See the Anything Goes section of freelancer.com to see how non technical it can get. You ultimately are dealing with individual 'employers' results will vary.
Going through an article broker reduces the bid hassles, try:
constant-content.com, extbroker.com or thecontentauthority.com
There are also micro task sites that pay small change for a few minutes work, the original was created by Amazon to 'automate' tasks a computer couldn't do, like pick the better of 2 pictures they named mturk.com after the 18th century Mechanical Turk chess playing machine that had a man hidden inside, shortTask and microworkers have similar micro tasks, a lot of these tasks are to manipulate the popularity ranking of a site, some individual jobs are a bit shady, like the survey offers, but you get to choose which tasks to perform. These site are popular with 3rd world workers, but some Americans do them in place of a crossword puzzle.
$100 dollars quick may not be realistic but i have made decent cash through these few sites. Many have sign up bonuses. I have gotten checks from all of them.
Check it out
Source(s)by Anna - 6 months ago
I have had good luck with Opinion Outpost. Although it took me a month to earn $100.00, so not sure how quickly you will be able to earn it. They pay instantly through paypal.
Source(s)by Heather - 6 months ago
Yes I can direct you to a survey site that pays when it comes to surveys you have to be careful because a lot of these survey sites are scams they get you to take the surveys but never pay you .
I am associated with some good survey companies that pay you they just don't take your money.
You see companies are looking for people to do surveys because it is important to know what people think about their products and services so they can improve their them based on the reactions of the population. If you join my group of dedicated business leaders you will get the help you need .
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Source(s)by william - 6 months ago
I've been doing online surveys for over 6 years and most are legitimate. It's the surveys networks that are a scam. If there is a charge when you sign0up, it's a scam 100%.
Here is a directory of some of the most well known and trusted surveys sites.
Also, have you heard of focus groups or taste tests? These pay same day and usually in cash. A focus group is where you go into a facility and talk about specific companies, products, etc... and get paid at the end. They are used to evaluate new ideas companies might have or rate existing products and things like this. The Greenbook lists all the facilities by state, then you just wither sign up online or via phone. You might get called in for something the same day.
Taste tests pay well too and also on the same day. You should be able to find those opportunities from the Greenbook as well. It's a free web directory, so no worry on charges or anything. www.greenbook.org/
Good luck, hope you make your money!
Source(s)by DJgirl - 6 months ago
I've done about 15 different survey websites. I spent about an hour on each of them to determine which paid the best. I cashed out and determined that the two I'm doing work just fine. I was a little nervous that I was wasting time but I really didn't. I stuck with a couple of them (listed below).
Source(s)by Rest I - 6 months ago