There is a lot of time and effort involved with Memolink and you get little reward for it. The only real benefit of the site is for cash back if you spend a lot at online stores, but even then, there are better sites out there that offer similar things. As a money making tool in itself, Memolink simply isn’t worth the bother.
Online Survey Reviews (Do They Actually Make Money?)
I'm biased - I hate online surveys. After reviewing hundreds of them, there's plenty of reasons to hate them.
Most of all, I dislike them because they are a waste of time and unsatisfying. You can spend 30 minutes to an hour trying to fill the stupid thing out and then it'll disqualify you at the end.
Another annoying thing is that they rarely reward you actual money. They'll give you "points" that you can trade in for cash later (making it hard to track your earnings in dollars), or they just give you gift cards.
That being said, people love doing surveys, so here's the list and what happened when I signed up or tested these websites. Yes, some people do make money doing surveys, but they tend to be the people that have plenty of spare time and gamify their surveys so it's not so freakin' boring.
I’ve been looking into online survey sites a lot recently and E-Poll Surveys is one site that I stumbled across. At first glance, the site isn’t particularly impressive. The copyright notice runs from 1997 to this year and honestly, it looks like it was developed in 1997 and hasn’t been touched since.
Ipos i-Say isn’t exactly the most catchy name for a website, but the company has managed to create a good looking site that makes them seem appealing. Like many similar sites, Ipos i-Say is promoting the idea of doing surveys for money – but how good is the site really?
Survey Compare is a bit of an unusual case when it comes to survey sites online. The site doesn’t provide online surveys, but instead provides information to help users decide for themselves which survey sites are best. This includes information on how much surveys pay out and how long surveys take.
Taking surveys for money is a pretty appealing proposition for a lot of people and sites like Surveys Paid go out of their way to make surveys seem like a great way to earn money. Unfortunately, most of the sales pitch that you see on the site isn’t actually accurate.
Survey sites are pretty common online, but Paid Surveys Online doesn’t get off to a good start. In fact, the site looks hastily put together and it doesn’t exactly look like any type of legitimate business.
Click 4 Surveys opens with a fairly typical sob story about ‘Daniel Cooper’ who went from deep in debt to being debt-free simply by giving his opinion online. He claims that he earns between $500 and $3,500 per month just by taking surveys alone.
Take surveys, earn money – does this seem like a familiar refrain yet? Survey For Moms is yet another attempt to get people involved in the idea of earning money through surveys. Not surprisingly, the site offers the usual collection of surveys, contests, games and cash prizes.
Can you really earn steady paychecks simply by giving companies your opinion? Surveys 4 Checks seems to think so. The site also claims that earning money this way doesn’t even feel like work.
The idea behind online surveys is pretty simple. Companies want to find out information about their consumers (and potential consumers), so they commission websites to find out this information through surveys. This idea is why you see so many sites like Survey Spot around.