7. Where do you go from here?
Where do you go from here?
We have now reached the final day in our course. We want to leave you with the tools you need to continue your survey-taking journey.
Course ReviewSo far, we’ve presented you with six of the best survey panels we recommend, and have given you the following tips:
- Day 1: Complete Your Profile Surveys
- Day 2: Get Organized with Free Resources
- Day 3: Understand Survey Disqualifications
- Day 4: Fit Surveys Into Your Daily Routine
- Day 5: Take Advantage of Special Survey Opportunities
- Day 6: Maximize Your Earnings
Join Additional Survey PanelsEven though you’ve signed up with all six survey panels we recommended, you may still have days where you may not have enough surveys to fill your time, or you may want to earn additional income. If that is the case, we recommend that you join a few additional survey panels.
You shouldn’t join too many at once, as quality, not quantity, is the key to making money with paid surveys. You can also become overwhelmed and inundated with email if you add too many survey panels at once. It is better to gradually add a few more panels as needed so that you can keep better track of which survey panels work best for you.
When it comes to finding additional panels to join, the internet is full of survey companies and companies offering “special opportunities.” Unfortunately, the harsh reality is that a lot of these sites are scams or just simply not worth your time. So, how can you tell if a panel is legitimate? We offer some guidelines for choosing legitimate survey companies, but we’ve also already done the work for you.
GetPaidSurveys.com Panel ReviewsEvery single panel listed at GetPaidSurveys has been scrupulously examined by our staff. We have joined the panels as survey-takers like you, have taken surveys and have been paid. We also ensure that the panels we list have stated privacy policies and have been verified to pay their members. Most are also affiliated with a respected trade group like the BBB (Better Business Bureau) or CASRO (Council of American Survey Research Organizations), which require their members to meet certain ethical standards.
You’ll notice that each of our listed panels has a review section, where survey-takers like you can leave reviews documenting their experiences with the survey panels. We have over 800 individual reviews (and growing). As reviews are added, the rating given to the panel affects its position in the recommendation list, so the more popular and better surveys rise to the top.
We give away three $10 prizes each week for the best reviews, whether positive or negative, about the panels we list. After you have had some experience with your survey panels, we highly encourage you to return and leave a review for the panels you have joined. Your feedback helps make our site the best, and we want to reward you for that.
More ResourcesWe hope that our course and our free resources have been useful to you. If you want to learn more about which panels are doing the best for other people, read our experts’ monthly reviews, where individual survey-takers show you which panels worked best for them each month. If you still have questions about survey taking, you may want to check out our FAQ or read some of the tips our expert reviewers give in our blog.
We want to thank you for visiting our site and viewing our seven day course. We hope that you find our suggestions helpful, and that in addition to making a little extra money, you find that taking surveys online can be fun and insightful. You will realize how much your opinions count when you eventually see products from your surveys appear in TV ads or on store shelves. Your survey responses will create products you and others enjoy.
If you have any suggestions, questions, or simply want to reach out to us, we encourage you to contact us.
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