any tips and tricks in answering paid surveys?

United States
March 29, 2009 7:19pm CST
I tried signing up to a couple of paid online surveys, but the thing is, I usually get confused. From the main page, it usually takes me to a lot of different pages and surveys that I need to answer, so I usually get lost in the middle of answering these surveys and ends up just clicking the close button! lol! I like varieties but I still prefer to see some patterns that I could follow and this kind of thing really just confuses me. Is there some other way that I could deal with paid online surveys? Thank you!
2 responses
@maezee (32269)
• United States
30 Mar 09
There aren't really any "tricks" that I know, persay. But you do get faster as them as you do more of them; you start to predict that questions they're asking (especially the "classification" section) and answer without reading the question. (For example, when you see a list of ranges of numbers in the $10,000's, it's usually asking for your household yearly income). It's not suggested that you rush through surveys though. I think the key thing is to have patience, especially with qualifying for OTX surveys. By the way - just out of curiousity, do you mean PAID OFFERS or PAID SURVEYS? (Because there's a boatload of a difference..) Which sites are you using?
• United States
30 Mar 09
Hmm.. good question. i think im referring to paid surveys, but there are sites that also have the paid offers, I dont think I want to do them though, probably not yet, cause Im pretty new with these things. I just started with paidsurveys.com, surveypanelgroup.com, and i also signed up just a few minutes ago with projectpayday.com and yourfreesurveys.com. I have an account with inboxdollars.com for months now, but the site is much straightforward than the new ones I just signed up with, so I'm really not used still with the way things are going on with the new ones. What's OTX surveys by the way? What paid surveys are you into right now? Thanks for the answer maezee. =)
30 Mar 09
sorry girls for interrupting but are these paid surveys actually work .. aia remeber trying to do a few a while back and it didnt work for me! What do i have to actually do? what are the best sites?
@miumew (20)
• United States
30 Mar 09
Hi again =o I'm only active on a couple survey/offer sites, but some of them keep offers and surveys separate, so if you're doing a survey you won't be getting annoying popups to complete offers and such. Maybe if you find sites like that with an offer section and a seperate survey section you'll have more luck. As for a trick..one thing that helps you qualify for more surveys, is that when it asks if you have taken any other online surveys recently, say no/haven't taken any recently even if it's not true .