PrizeRebel is admittedly one of the prettier survey sites out there. The company certainly took the time to make their site look good and they also made it pretty easy to use. I particularly liked the progress bar, because this offers a visual indication of how much you are earning.
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.
Yes, surveys can be kind of fun if you do them rarely and if they aren’t too long. But, when you start doing a lot of drawn out surveys, they start getting old fast – and to actually earn money from surveys, you do need to do a lot of them.
The topic of choice for today’s review is Survey Club, largely because I’ve been getting bombarded with advertising emails about them. I guess the site must be doing a big marketing push or something, because it certainly isn’t new.
The way that MyView presents itself is a little bit unusual in the field of survey and offer sites, and it is a bit of a frustrating approach. The site actually says very little about what it is or what it offers.
Just how valuable are your opinions? Cashback Research seems to think that they are pretty valuable and that you can make a lot of money simply by sharing your opinions, but I’m not so sure.
Harris Poll Online is one of many different survey sites offered online. The site doesn’t over promote itself or make outrageous claims, but the question remains, is it worth the effort?
I’ll admit, the landing page for iPoll looks kind of cool and it’s a bit different than most other survey and rewards sites. While the style doesn’t necessarily mean that the site is worth the while, it is a good indication that iPoll isn’t just a clone of every other survey site out there.
Valued Opinions is one of the larger and more well-known online survey companies out there, but this doesn’t necessarily make it a good choice for making money or even just as a survey site.
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.
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.