By BlazeHedgehog 0 Comments
I've talked about SurveySavvy before. I guess there's a lot of services like this out there now, but to my knowledge, SurveySavvy was one of the first - basically, you sign up to do consumer opinion surveys and they reward you with cash. You fill out a bunch of information when you sign up - your likes, dislikes, income, age, so on and so forth, and they use that profile to send you what basically amounts to focus testing. Questions like, "Have you bought one of these recently? Have you heard of this thing? What do you think about our proposed marketing campaign? Are you more or less interested in buying our product?" And it's about all kinds of stuff, too. I've done surveys on everything from EA's marketing campaign for the original Dead Space to, like, refridgerators and home appliances.
Depending on where the survey is coming from, you earn anywhere from $1 to as much as $20 per successfully completed survey. Obviously, the higher priced Surveys are a bit harder to get in to, but eventually, you build up a stock pile of cash - real money - and can request a payment. Since signing up to SurveySavvy, I finally found myself with about $30 banked in my account and decided to see if they would actually send me real money or if I had been part of some kind of awful pyramid scheme scam. I requested my check back in early December, and though it took basically two months to get here..
I'm not exactly rolling in dough from this check, but yes, it would appear that SurveySavvy is legit. So if you'll permit me to shill a bit, you should totally sign up. And use my link, too, because I apparently get a dollar for every Survey a referral completes. Seems like a great way to save up some "Rainy Day" money - assuming you don't mind waiting FOREVER to get your check.
Now to go buy that new pair of headphones I've been needing.