I've got so many survey sites saved and signed up to, but which are your favourites at the moment? I'd love to hear, please feel free to add more than one and explain why you enjoy them so much, and how often pay out is too
Hi I'd be very interested in the replies you get as well, there's always someone that's tried something different.
Everyone would probably say Prolific. Well paid and interesting studies provided by uni's and educational establishments. Much better than being asked how many boxes of fish fingers you buy from Aldi (or Waitrose if you prefer), in a month.
Apps on the go are hit and miss, Curious Cat are OK, not great payments but instant pay after £1 threshold. QMee are good with no minimum threshold but surveys are usually full and screenouts can be common. Pollpass is good £5 min threshold. One Pulse is OK but there's a lot of work to be put in first and the US ones only pay about £3.85 after conversion.
Vypr is good, I had a slow start but my second payment threshold has whizzed by. People also swear by Swagbucks but to me personally it's a bit of a faff.
Long Haul? PopulusLive is a £50.00 payout by old fashioned cheque. It can take a while but the surveys are well paid.
Prolific, YouGov, Opinium. YouGov and Opinium rarely screen out and are usually much more interesting than the typical shopping survey. They do take a while to build but ultimately the value for your time is better than average.
Populuslive & YouGov are good if you are interested in politics. I reached the £50 payout threshold with Populuslive a couple of days ago. When I looked at my survey history it showed I had earned £31 this year so far. Prolific is good - I just missed out on a £5.45 survey which would have taken 45 mins but currently have a balance over £15. I cashed out with Branded Surveys earlier this month for $10. They are the best options in my opinion.
Thank you everyone for your replies. I'm a few quid away from cashing out on populouslive for the first time. I wish they had more surveys avaliable. I cashed out with YouGov just before christmas and it took so long that I've not bothered since, although I guess I should. I do Qmee, Curious Cat and QuickThoughts app which are the best/fastest paying in my opinion. I don't use my laptop that often anymore but if I could find a decent few survey sites which are worth it then hopefully it'll encourage me to use it more
YouGov does take a while, but I don't mind their surveys are not to bad for the amount of time required and it is always nice getting a £50 payout.
Another one I forgot to mention that is a slow burner but takes very little effort is Viewbank. They have a 10p poll each weekday which takes a second to do and I have had a quite few higher paying surveys from them too and I usually make £40-£60 a year.