Since you are reading this article on how to increase your profit from online paid surveys, or more simply said make more money, well this probably means that you have tried some paid survey websites, got your first checks or gift cards and you liked it. You are trying to figure out how to make more out of it and most likely are wondering if this could provide a good chunk of money to be your second income. I hope that with this article, I can provide the necessary information that will help you “excel” in the world of online paid surveys…and of course make more money.
Before I start giving you a sort of list of tips and tricks, just a small note. Whenever you find some time, I would highly recommend that you also read another of article of mine on online paid surveys (CLICK HERE) or visit these websites to get a list of some of the best online paid surveys.
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And now lets get to the real meat of this article. That is, how to make more money from online paid surveys. Here are my recommendations:
1) Be part of more survey websites. It’s a no brainer. If you are a member of more paid survey websites, you will have a possibility to receive more surveys. I bet you heard of this again and again.
2) Complete the online profiles. Almost all paid survey websites have these mini surveys or profiles that they you ask to fill out. While usually they don’t pay anything, they are extremely valuable and will definitely bring more surveys in your inbox.
3) Complete surveys when they come. If you leave the surveys for a long time, they might reach the quotas that they have quickly and of course you will be rejected. For this reason, check your email more often and complete surveys as they come. In addition, use a first come first serve policy. When you login your email and see 10 surveys, always start with the earlier one since that is the one that will probably reach its quota first.
4) Something that is related to the previous tip. Complete the higher paying surveys first. I think this speaks for itself.
5) Say that you have a lot of hobbies. I am not saying that you should lie but, if they ask you about your hobbies … well, why not put bowling even if you only played once in the last 2 years, or include photography. I mean everybody takes pictures right? Didn’t you take pictures last time you went on vacation? The word hobby is a little vague so to me it means anything that you have tried and maybe will try again.
6) Usually a survey starts by asking you about your age, zip code, gender, and maybe salary. You should not lie here. Just say the truth. In fact if you lie, I would say that you risk being excluded from future surveys. If you say for one survey that you are 40 and in another that you are 50, that may flag your account and you may not receive any more surveys. However, if they ask you for your date of birth or address well adding a couple of numbers in the day or the month, or giving the name of the street a couple of blocks down the road would not hurt. This would definitely protect your identity, but it also wouldn’t affect the statistics of the survey. While this point might not increase the number of surveys you get, it will protect you and of course not decrease your number of surveys.
7) The next question in the survey might be something like, “Do you or any member of your family work in this company?” Well, again here if you answer yes you are definitely not considered for the survey. I am not saying you should answer no. Just answer the way it is. You should note one important thing. Every single survey will ask you if you or a member of your family work in advertising or marketing. Well if the answer is yes to this question don’t bother trying paid surveys. You will never qualify for any of the surveys since this is always one of their requirements.
8) The next question is probably the most important one. It is usually phrased like this: “Have you tried any of the following products in the last 30 days?” I bet you know why surveys ask this question. One of the products in the list is probably the one that you will be surveyed about. Here I would recommend that you answer yes to everything. So what if you haven’t tried it the last 30 days, but tried it 31 days ago? You can provide the same quality information for the purposes of the survey.
9) If you have taken more than one survey, you might have guessed what follows. The next question would be something like: “Have you taken any surveys about this product the last 3 months?” It is certain that if the answer is yes, you will not be qualified from this survey.
Please continue reading the rest of Tips And Tricks On How To Make More Money From Online Paid Surveys – HERE.