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Well, it started out as a 20 surveys for money list, but today grew to 25! 30!


It covers
1 Qmee
2 LifePoints
3 Nielsen Mobile Panel
4 Nielsen Computer Panel
5 I-Say
6 Respondent
7 Opinion Outpost
8 Panel Opinion
9 Survey Friends
10 Prolific Academic
11 YouGov
12 Valued Opinions
13 OnePoll
14 Maru Voice
15 Populus Live
16 Pinecone Research
17 Swagbucks
18 Google Opinion Rewards
19 Crowdology
20 NewVistaLive
21 PanelBase
22 Toluna
23 PollPass
24 Mingle
25 OpinionBar
26 MindMover
27 TalkInsights
28 SurveyBods
29 BrandedSurveys
30 YourSayPays

So if surveys are your thing give it a read!!
 
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Does anyone use Survey sites that AREN'T on this list?

If so which ones? What are they like? Have you been ripped off by them in terms of having to do endlessly qualification tests before you actually get to the survey?
 

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Are you including apps as well? Curious cat vypr (I know takes a while to get money but I quite like the short tasks) surveymini. citizenme - easy short tasks and straight away payment.

pollpass - unique survey website but tend to get a fiver a month.
mingle I quite like
opinionbar
mindmover
pureprofile takes a while but so does YouGov.
talk sights

Ive been messed around by life points completed surveys and did not receive the points esp for the higher end ones.
Swagbucks - Im not allowed to take the surveys anymore but I like maximiles more.
 
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Are you including apps as well? Curious cat vypr (I know takes a while to get money but I quite like the short tasks) surveymini. citizenme - easy short tasks and straight away payment.

pollpass - unique survey website but tend to get a fiver a month.
mingle I quite like
opinionbar
mindmover
pureprofile takes a while but so does YouGov.
talk sights

Ive been messed around by life points completed surveys and did not receive the points esp for the higher end ones.
Swagbucks - Im not allowed to take the surveys anymore but I like maximiles more.
That's great, Not heard of any of those, I'll get those added in the near future!
 

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And now the list is 30!
 

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I'd add Maximiles and Instagc to the list. Instagc is not strictly a survey site but has a lot of surveys and you can cash out at £1. Maximiles has become better over the last year and I use it to get supermarket giftcards towards my shopping. Attapoll is also good!
 
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Another vote here for Maximiles.
It is a slow earner but does let you get gifts (their most popular gift is a bottle of wine) or gift cards. They also give a few points for clicking through E.mails or playing games as well as being a cashback site. They also have a referral scheme. I also do nectar grocery surveys for nectar points. You have to sign up for a nectar card and wait for an invite. Vypr is good as well. prolific academic has changed its name to prolific.
 
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Opinium is one I like - lots of political surveys as well as other topics, and not many screenouts. Cash payout when you reach £25.
 

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I’ve started with Prolific but which are the best ones please?
 

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Looking at my spreadsheet, Prolific was the best one (£20 nearly every month). However it's been really quiet this month!
Next is Branded Surveys.
Next: Swagbucks and Ipsos.
 

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Is Branded Surveys 1 cent per point? I’ve got 200 points and think I can cash out at 1000. Just don’t know if I can be bothered with another survey site. Just did a survey that said 8 minutes long, I rushed through it, if I’d have done it properly it would have been more like 80 minutes.
 

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Has Qmee stopped working for anyone else?
 

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They had to reset something on their end and it's now working.
 

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Is Branded Surveys 1 cent per point? I’ve got 200 points and think I can cash out at 1000. Just don’t know if I can be bothered with another survey site. Just did a survey that said 8 minutes long, I rushed through it, if I’d have done it properly it would have been more like 80 minutes.
With Branded, you get surveys which bring in over 100 points (so about $1) but only last 10 minutes or so. If you complete at least 12 surveys within a 7-day period (running from Monday to Sunday) you get a bonus (a % of all the points you earned during that week). It's pretty easy to get 1000 points every month or so. Just don't rush through the surveys though, or you'll get 'marked down'!
 
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I know this will have been mentioned elsewhere but ONE PULSE is a very quick way of building up a cash out of 5 USD (Roughly £3.85). There's a lot of work to be done up front in the form of unpaid pulses but perseverance does pay off. Due to virus situation situation right now cash payouts are on hold for 30 days but they'll give you double XP points for the unpaid pulses. This is good if you are close to the next level. Cashing in is via PayPal.
 
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I know this will have been mentioned elsewhere but ONE PULSE is a very quick way of building up a cash out of 5 USD (Roughly £3.85). There's a lot of work to be done up front in the form of unpaid pulses but perseverance does pay off. Due to virus situation situation right now cash payouts are on hold for 30 days but they'll give you double XP points for the unpaid pulses. This is good if you are close to the next level. Cashing in is via PayPal.
Thanks, I will check it out.
Swagbucks now only pay 1 swb per video, and their length has increased! I don't know whether it's temporary or not. I've noticed it's become harder and harder to earn swbs with them.
 

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