Online survey sites what your top 3?

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I’ve signed up to loads to see what’s the best for me but seem to be spending a lot of wasted time figuring it what’s best to carry on with be nice to hear what’s everyone best sites?
 

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I’ve signed up to loads to see what’s the best for me but seem to be spending a lot of wasted time figuring it what’s best to carry on with be nice to hear what’s everyone best sites?
I don't personally do surveys due to my "never do online work that pays below the UK minimum wage" manta but I would imagine the filling in loads of information are part and parcel of signing up to the sites offering them,

Some will work out well for you, some won't, but finding all that out is just part of the journey!
 

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I don't personally do surveys due to my "never do online work that pays below the UK minimum wage" manta but I would imagine the filling in loads of information are part and parcel of signing up to the sites offering them,

Some will work out well for you, some won't, but finding all that out is just part of the journey!
Thanks Jon will see how I go on
 

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My favourites are Prolific Academic, Populuslive & You Gov with an honourary mention for Branded Surveys.
 

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I think you do have to try loads and then ditch the ones which are not worthwhile for you. Then these things do change over time too.

However, saying that, Prolific Academic seems to be top for everyone. Other popular ones are:
- Populsive (pays well, but useless for me as I never meet their profile requirements and rarely get invites)
- You Gov (a very slow burner for me but if you are invited you are never screened out..)
- Newvista
- Curious Cat (app) - again useless for me because I never get invites and even if I do I am screened out

I am doing well out of Global Testmarket too. I am still dabbling with a long list of others and figuring out whether they are worthwhile slow burners or just a waste of time.
 

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I think you do have to try loads and then ditch the ones which are not worthwhile for you. Then these things do change over time too.

However, saying that, Prolific Academic seems to be top for everyone. Other popular ones are:
- Populsive (pays well, but useless for me as I never meet their profile requirements and rarely get invites)
- You Gov (a very slow burner for me but if you are invited you are never screened out..)
- Newvista
- Curious Cat (app) - again useless for me because I never get invites and even if I do I am screened out

I am doing well out of Global Testmarket too. I am still dabbling with a long list of others and figuring out whether they are worthwhile slow burners or just a waste of time.
Thanks I’ve found prolific a good one definitely a top earner for me so far.
Will hopefully find other good one soon I hope.
 

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My favourites are Prolific Academic, Populuslive & You Gov with an honourary mention for Branded Surveys.
Thanks im doing well on some of these but always nice to see how others are doing.
 

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Prolific, Qmee and Branded Surveys for me but I've been through them all and dropped along the way.
 

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Prolific, Qmee and Branded Surveys for me but I've been through them all and dropped along the way.
Thanks for the feedback, I’ve found dropping some but then going back depends what’s life changes I’ve found as well
 

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Thanks for the feedback, I’ve found dropping some but then going back depends what’s life changes I’ve found as well
Yes your own profile changes and then the survey sites change and so you do have to keep trying them. I also find keeping an eye on the monthly earnings thread is helpful as you can see where people are making their money.
 

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Onepoll and Prolific for me.
 

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I prefer panelbase . But Ive recently joined Shoppoix which is one of those sites where you snap and send your shop reciepts. With the amount of quick trips to the shops I do, its adding up fairly quickly. Doesnt seem to matter how much you spend - I got 30 points for each receipt over last few days, one with a value of 99p ad one at 14.00. You can snap anythig except petrol and... er,, theres something else as well , not sure what. But Ive sent receipts from wetherspoons, superdrug, iceland, post office (postage for ebay parcel), and the lottery.
Seems to be adding up to a tenner payout a lot quicker than surveys.
 

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is that an app?
 

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I prefer panelbase . But Ive recently joined Shoppoix which is one of those sites where you snap and send your shop reciepts. With the amount of quick trips to the shops I do, its adding up fairly quickly. Doesnt seem to matter how much you spend - I got 30 points for each receipt over last few days, one with a value of 99p ad one at 14.00. You can snap anythig except petrol and... er,, theres something else as well , not sure what. But Ive sent receipts from wetherspoons, superdrug, iceland, post office (postage for ebay parcel), and the lottery.
Seems to be adding up to a tenner payout a lot quicker than surveys.
Oh thanks I do lot of nipping to shops so will give it. Go
 

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I prefer panelbase . But Ive recently joined Shoppoix which is one of those sites where you snap and send your shop reciepts. With the amount of quick trips to the shops I do, its adding up fairly quickly. Doesnt seem to matter how much you spend - I got 30 points for each receipt over last few days, one with a value of 99p ad one at 14.00. You can snap anythig except petrol and... er,, theres something else as well , not sure what. But Ive sent receipts from wetherspoons, superdrug, iceland, post office (postage for ebay parcel), and the lottery.
Seems to be adding up to a tenner payout a lot quicker than surveys.
Didn’t know they let you snap Post Office receipts! I’d be rolling in it by now if I did lol
 

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Sorry - it's SHOPPIX not Shopoix.. stupid keyboard...
 

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Oh thanks I do lot of nipping to shops so will give it. Go
Sorry, spelt it wrong! Shoppix. When you snap a recept, preview it before sending. For some reason, mine occasionally take a snap of just one side, second snap usually ok
 
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I’ve been a member of Shoppix since Dec 31st and already have 1000 tokens, you need 3200 for a £5 payout.

I had one receipt declined for not being clear to read, the ink print was very faint.

I printed out a receipt from an Amazon purchase and that was accepted. I used my works printer, not stealing work ink, I pay 4p for black and white and 12p for colour.
 
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Do someone earns a decent amount of money with surveys ?i try some and i only lose time no worthing to spend time .I think its better to create youtube videos and to grow your channel
 

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