Archive for October, 2009

My Review of ValuedOpinions

I decided to try out Valued Opinions based on some recommendations from other people in a forum. Overall, it’s not bad, but here’s the breakdown:


Sign-Up
When you “sign-up” for valuedopinions.com you are actually applying to become a panelist. I haven’t heard of anyone being denied, but it’s something different. The sign-up process requires that you give them some personal information, like home address, phone number, etc. Overall, it’s a fairly quick sign-up.

Surveys
Valuedopinions.com has by far sent me the most surveys compared to any other paid survey site. Within the first day I was offered 2 surveys. Most offers pay $2.00 for about 20 minutes. That’s about $6.00/hr which is better than most online opportunities.

The surveys are hard to qualify in to. I honestly haven’t qualified for a survey yet, but I have gotten about ten offers in the past week. From what I’ve noticed from taking the screener surveys, the paid surveys are long, sometimes repetitive, and boring. However, they do pay.


Pay-Out
I have seen actual payment proofs in forums and so far I have read of no payment complaints. It’s a reputable company, so I wouldn’t worry about whether you will receive payment.

Even though this review of Valued Opinions says the surveys are hard to qualify into and are boring, I’ve heard plenty from people who “happen” to qualify into surveys and complete about two per day, averaging a little over $20 per week. If you have the patience and luck to qualify to take the surveys, I would recommend Valued Opinions.

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SurveySavvy Updated Review

Usually when I update a review it’s because something bad happened, but that’s not the case with SurveySavvy! Seriously, this is one of the only paid survey websites that I truly enjoy belonging to.

Here’s a quick overview if you don’t feel like reading the entire review of SurveySavvy:
Survey Site: SurveySavvy
Trustworthy: Yes/Five Stars
Minimum pay-out: None (I even requested a check for $7.00)
Time to Get Check: About 2 weeks
Number of surveys per week: About 1-2
Average Length of Survey: 15 minutes
Pros: No minimum pay-out, actually pays, short and entertaining surveys, pays well (avg. $3.50/survey for me), great referral system.
Cons: Long gaps between survey opportunities, survey quotas fill up quickly.
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