Tag Archives: paid for surveys

Where To Find Surveys

The increase in the number and variety of online surveys over the last few years is down to one reason, for the most part. Companies have become conscious over time that they can only rely so much on customer brand loyalty and that, if other companies begin to offer the people more of what they want, a market share will naturally fall. This is not cynical and has nothing to do with fickleness on the part of the consumer, rather it has everything to do with people’s […]

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Be Paid For Your Opinion And Help Gather Information

The process of completing an online survey is relatively simple, when looked at objectively, and the benefits for you can go far beyond getting your voice heard by companies and other researchers. Beyond that, there is the chance to actually get paid for doing something that many people are happy to do for free. This is something that cannot be underestimated, particularly when it is taken into account that a survey or two need take no longer than half of your lunch break. It is a way […]

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Don’t Assume Your Voice Will Be Heard

The important thing to remember about paid online surveys is that they will, in many cases, have been commissioned by companies wanting to know what the public really think. The company is not naïve enough to think that the public will give unbiased answers in a poll commissioned by a specific company, so they wisely keep their name only as prominent as those of their competitors in any paid survey. For example, if a rep for Budweiser asks you directly what beer you drink, you will be […]

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A World Without Market Research?

If companies had to rely on 100% instinct about the market to which they sell, the damage it could do to their bottom line is significant. As people we are given to be creatures of habit, but these habits can change slightly or radically depending on what we find out as we go through life. A company could easily get a rude awakening for taking public support for granted, and it is important to ensure that public opinion is collected and analyzed rather than simply assumed. Without […]

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