Welcome to the first day of our 31 Days to Earn Extra Cash Online series!
Today I want to share about a very popular survey company: MySurvey.
Many people report very positive things about this survey company – here’s what one reader had to say:
“I’ve belonged for about 10 years. The more surveys you do the more they send. I’ve had to sample products for a week at a time sometimes, and then do a big survey at the end w a huge points bonus. The points have changed the past few years, with less points or no points given for short surveys but a few entries into their daily raffles. I have redeemed points for products and gift cards. Haven’t had a problem. Sometimes with holidays it gets harder to keep up w the surveys but usually you just eventually get closed out of them. The longer surveys or in depth surveys that you “qualify” for give you better points. Emails w questions or problems are always answered in a very quick and personal manner.
I have right now about 13,000 points.”
How to Earn:
Earn between 5 and 200 points for most surveys and when you reach 1100 points you’ll be able to cash out for $10.
What You Can Earn:
Click on the ‘Rewards’ section of the MySurvey site to check out their rewards from an extensive list of merchants – PayPal cash, Amazon gift cards, restaurant and retail shopping gift cards and more.
- Consider creating an email address strictly for your survey sign-ups. It’s one way to simplify your inbox.
- Use your referral link to refer your friends. Get 150 points per referral.
Click here to sign up for MySurvey.
Day 4: Earn Cash for College with Upromise
I signed up for PineCone Research after reading your post about them, and they have spoiled me!
I have tried a couple more survey companies since, but they don’t compare to the $3 per survey PineCone pays. Since PineCone surveys take 10-15 minutes to complete, this is great hourly pay for the work. I even got a treat to sample and survey!
One company I signed up for wanted to pay the equivalent of $2 for surveys they estimated to take 45 minutes to complete, and some I never seem to qualify for the higher paying surveys they offer. They also do not ask me if I was satisfied with the length and content of the survey.
So my question is, how does MySurvey compare to PineCone as far as length of surveys, pay, pre-screening, and interest in surveyor experience? I would love to be spoiled by a second survey company, PineCone paid for one of our family dinners on vacation!
Robert Connor says
Real tough to find survey sites that are not over hyped with deceiving practices, but mysurvey has gotten some good praise. Its one of the easiest ways to generate income online. Thankyou for the post.