Any better survey sites out there then SurveySpot?

United States
February 16, 2009 11:19am CST
So i've been very proud of Surveyspot.com with it's up's of $2-$3+ per survey, and I was just curious. Are there better survey sites out there? Or one's of equal value or close value where I could do Surveyspot, and others at the same time to make it more worth my while? The problem with a lot of this internet stuff is it could be quite profitable if there was just more of it to do and if I had a whole nother' set of surveys to take + surveyspot I could probably earn myself $10-$17+ in a given hour since a lot of the surveys I seem to get take me no more then 10-15 minutes at a given time. Thanks for anyone who can help provide me with sites equal to surveyspot in value or close,
7 responses
@ladylips (18)
18 Feb 09
I have recently stumbled across one that is perfect for you particularly as you are in the US. https://surveysavvy.com?id=3793785&action=join You will get paid for your referrals also and get a share in what they earn. Obviously thats what I'm doing here so I would appreciate if you copy the link above and put it in your address bar.
• United States
18 Feb 09
Mentioning referral links in a response is against Mylot's rules, pleasse dont do it again and please read the earlier responses as others have already suggested this site to me. Thanks anyways, though.
@reon862 (134)
• United States
18 Feb 09
i like dailysurveypanel to be honest. slightly lower payout for each survey completed but at least for me it's a higher qualifying rate (about 3 in 4 surveys i've qualified for per day). They work in points where 200 points = 1 USD. each survey is roughly 120 points though now they have like 400 point surveys. for surveys it's not about the payout but it's the win vs. loss rate, which gets very low these days.
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• United States
19 Feb 09
Have you actually been paid already by dailysurveypanel, though?
@Polly1 (12650)
• United States
17 Feb 09
My 2cents pay you for surveys. Also Pinecone research pays for surveys too. The longer you are with a survey place, you will get better surveys from them.
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• United States
19 Feb 09
Has 2cents actually paid you though, yet? Orr. Are you just assuming? If it has, is the link just "2cents.com" or something else? Also if it has, whats it's payscale and how does it pay?
@Garmfay (29)
• Canada
18 Feb 09
Opinion Outpost, DailySurveyPanel and QuickRewards are all very good. Opinion Outpost pays by check sent in the mail, the other 2 are PayPal deposits. View my Blog for full reviews of some of my favourite sites
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@maezee (28960)
• United States
16 Feb 09
I personally don't like Surveyspot! It seems like half the surveys they invite you to do are only for sweepstakes entries. I like Opinion Outpost, I've been paid from them twice so far, and I'm waiting for my third payment. Their minimum payout is also $5 via check. :)
@maezee (28960)
• United States
16 Feb 09
Oh! & Before I forget.. Lightspeed Consumer Panel is also a great one - although I'm not sure if they're accepting new members. You get paid via Paypal (or gift cards, but I personally prefer getting the actual cash), and the minimum is $5 also. Good luck. :)
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• United States
16 Feb 09
Really? I get a lot of $3-$4 surveys like.. every day, Aha. I do get others mixed in for sweepstakes n' stuff but I don't really take'em. I'm at $21 but I was going to wait till' $100 to request a payment. A $21 check just doesn't look as impressive as an $100 one, aha. At first it didn't seem like I was getting much but the more I did them the more I seemed to have a chance to participate in. I seem to almost 100% of the time fit their qualifications to actually get paid for the survey sooo, maybe i'm just lucky? Opinion Outpost i'm a part of but it seems.. slow-going. Maybe they changed their minimum payout as I don't recall it being that low. I think i'm a part of Lightspeed Consumer Panel but i'm not 100% sure. Thanks, i'll make sure to start looking into them again. G'luck to you too!
• United States
16 Feb 09
Took four surveys recently. Two for Opinion Outpost and two for that other survey site. Three I didn't qualify for, and the last one wanted me to spend 50 minutes to make the equivalent of about $1 or so. Not worth it. Aha, I spend tops of 10-15 minutes on surveys for surveyspot and I almost allwayys qualify for them and get rewarded $3 to $3+ usually.
@bunnybon7 (33993)
• Holiday, Florida
20 Feb 09
i didnt know you could actually get money without buying something. or being signed up to recieve something in the mail you eventually have to pay for. i quit doing the surveys because of this. also i either dont qualify or just get entered into something i never win. which is a total waste of all that time. thats why i like places like mylot that at least dont waste my time. glad your lucky enough to get payed for it. good topic.
• United States
21 Feb 09
There are loads upon loads of things you can do online that don't involve making any sort of investment or that require you to pay for something in the long-run! And thanks, it's one of the few survey sites i've actually had success with thus far but i'm hoping that I can improve my odds. =P
• United States
17 Feb 09
Thanks for posting this. I've been looking for ways to make a little extra cash. Your post and everybody's comments have given me a few leads in the right direction. There sure is alot of crap to sort through if you are trying to find a legitimate paid survey site.