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I thought it might be useful to group some of the top survey sites that I often use.

🖱 Register with a few of these survey websites and you will soon start earning points that you can trade in for high-street vouchers, donate to your favourite charities or simply transfer to PayPal or your bank balance. 👏

😍 Some of the survey sites also offer you the chance to keep and test products too. What’s not to love about free stuff?

These are just a few of the top survey websites out there. There are lots more to be found. 🔦

🖥 Get stuck in and you’ll be reaping the rewards before you know it. Enjoy! 💖

I hope it helps.

Clare.

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BzzAgent: https://www.bzzagent.co.uk/

Clicks Research: https://www.clicksresearch.com/

GFK Media View: http://panel.gfkmediaview.com/

Global Test Market: https://www.globaltestmarket.com/

Inbox Pounds: http://monetisetrk5.co.uk/?a=12240&c=12932&s1=

Ipsos: http://monetisetrk6.co.uk/?a=12240&c=1&s1=

Mingle: https://mingle.respondi.com/

Mint Vine: https://mintvine.com

Newvista: Live https://www.newvistalive.com/

Opinion Outpost: https://www.opinionoutpost.co.uk/en...

Opiniumresearch https://www.opiniumresearch.com/Por...

Panel Base: https://www.panelbase.net/

Pinecone Research: https://www.pineconeresearch.co.uk

Populus Live: https://www.populuslive.com/

Prolific: https://www.prolific.ac/

Survey Bods: http://www.surveybods.com/

Swagbucks: http://www.swagbucks.com/

Valued Opinions: https://www.valuedopinions.co.uk/

Yougov: https://yougov.co.uk/

Ceebers
3 years ago
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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Please feel free to add other suggestions as this is by no means a finite list. The more the merrier...

Plus, it would be great to start a discussion, and of course add photos, about any product testing campaigns you are taking part in.

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didbygraham
didbygraham3 years ago

One more for the list: Power of Opinions.

Only been with them for a short while, they serve up lots of quick surveys which only take a min or two and typically pay 15p each - you do get quite a few and it does build up nice and quickly. If you dont have lots of time Id rather fill in several quickies than get bogged down with a 20 min survey. Payout to paypal at £10

https://www.powerofopinions.co.uk/

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jinxyjink
jinxyjink3 years ago

I'll vouch for these as being very good. Have been with them over 2 years and probably made around £60 a year, although that may not sound a lot to some, like you say their surveys are usually just a couple of minutes and you get them very reguarly so for the time you actually put in I haven't found any other sites better, won't include swagbucks in that as it is by far my best income from the net and I make anything between £10 and £30 a week in Amazon vouchers from them but you do have to put the time and effort in although once you get use to what to do and what to avoid it does become a lot easier.

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Anastasija
Anastasija3 years ago

How long is it before they send surveys? Image

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cocolgooh
cocolgooh3 years ago

I use most of the sites you've listed and find they're all good. I especially like PopulusLive, YouGov and Opinium.

Another site I use a lot is InstaGC and I find that their surveys are pretty good usually, although I think you have to earn 500 points ($5) through other means for the main surveys under the "earn" tab to unlock. They have surveys on other "walls" too though, so it's not too bad to get that. You can get £1 Amazon vouchers for just 160 points though and the points add up quickly. I got to try 2 big boxes of Thorntons chocolates through a survey through InstaGC before, but I don't seem to have the photos on my laptop. If I find them I'll post them here. 😄

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Jackinatorz69
Jackinatorz693 years ago

Focus groups - you can earn £50 for an hour chatting! Try https://mobile.twitter.com/leftfieldse1?lang=en

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

That's fab. I didn't know about this one.

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KandJblog
KandJblog3 years ago

Is this one that you actually need to show up in person? Or like an online thing

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Jackinatorz69
Jackinatorz693 years ago

KandJblog Yes you have to show up in person

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Jackinatorz69 That's probably me out then. I live in the back of beyond and half the fee would be wiped out in train fares.

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loveglitches
loveglitches27 days ago

Ceebers there are different campaigns, you apply for any which suits you , I have done online and my partner but also he had done one going in person , sign up with them and you can see and they will email you available ones and some online some in your area , it’s worth it

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KandJblog
KandJblog3 years ago

Just websites or apps too? Got a few survey style apps I use, vypr, people io and voxpopme

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Any recommendations are welcomed. Apps or websites....

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KandJblog
KandJblog3 years ago

Citizen me app too, havnt earned huge amounts but pays straight into PayPal which I like

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KandJblog
KandJblog3 years ago

http://mysurvey.com anither website survey site, I used to use it but I didn't qualify for a lot of surveys... obviously wasn't what they were after, but might be better for other people! I know some people do well on this one

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

I used to use this one, but I didn't get many surveys offered to me. I have found better elsewhere.

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KandJblog
KandJblog3 years ago

Not really survey sites as such but along the lines of money making apps/ websites there is sweatcoin https://sweatco.in and runister https://www.runister.com get paid for walking 😂 I just got over 8p for walking to and from the doctors. Silly me I used to walk without expecting payment! I love things like this... passive earning, getting paid for doing what I was gonna do anyway 🤣

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titchredge
titchredge3 years ago

For all the survey people. Have you downloaded opinionapp yet? If not you should. Keeps you logged in all the time. I currently have access to four survey sites through it so I don't need to keep logging in. You may be linked to more (some survey sites I signed up with old email address, but the 4 I joined with new email address all show in the app)

No need to check for emails to do a survey simply open the app and swipe your way through the surveys.

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Amyjammy25
Amyjammy253 years ago

Thanks what's your favorite

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Is anyone having problems with Toluna? I've been getting error messages for 3 days now which seems a long time for a website. They still keep emailing them to me but I can't get in. It is annoying because I am just one survey away from a £10 e-voucher.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Just as I was typing that they emailed me an apology and sent the last survey again - and I again got the error message.

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

I avoid that site. For me I have found others that I prefer.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

clareemckenzie I don't think I'll use it again but it works in stupid numbers and I am 250 away from a £10 voucher so I would like to get that one finished. It does seem a bit suspicious that that is when it ran into problems.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig3 years ago

I avoid Toluna too!! I used to use it, but had loads of issues with it, so stopped using it. There are much better survey sites out there.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

MrsCraig The only other one I do at the moment is Ipsos Mori which is ok. I haven't been doing Toluda for that long but I'll ditch and look at the others. I have tried YouGov which I got bored with and the amount of points you need is ridiculous and I prefer vouchers to cash so stopped doing Populous. It's just annoying that I have over 54,000 points and then it stops working. Oh well.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig3 years ago

Jaycee5 I waited until I had enough points, claimed the points and then closed the account. Keep going with it (if it starts working again) to get your voucher as you have put the time in and then just leave. Ipsos Mori is a good one, I have heard good things about swagbucks and valued opinions, which do vouchers rather than cash.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Thanks. I'll try them.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Valued Opinions is not accepting any new members at this time.

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

That's a shame. That's one of my favourites.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

clareemckenzie I think you should consider removing Toluda. I went into it from you list but I have had 4 days of 'error' and I have found a number of warning sites online about them doing this when people getting near to being able to claim or blocking people claiming that they have breached the t&cs.

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Jaycee5 It's gone. Cheers.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

clareemckenzie Thanks. I'll try swagbucks for a while and stick with Ipsos Mori who pay out quickly but I'm spending too long online anyway!

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Jaycee5 Guilty as charged for being online more than I should be. I am trying to digital detox more every day.

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stephlewis59
stephlewis593 years ago

OnePoll is a site I use all the time. They pay out once you hit £40 and I've had a few payouts. They surveys are usually really quick and easy to answer

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

I'm getting more nonsense from Toluna. They sent me an email saying that the reasons they are not sending me surveys is that I have not completed full profile details. I pointed out that they are sending me surveys but I am getting an error message and that I am reluctant to give them more personal details when this happens just as I am on the verge of being able to claim vouchers. Had an email today saying that not having a full profile may mean that I cannot open surveys - although it never has before. They say that they are looking into it but if that is the problem, an error message saying 'its not you it's us, try again later' is a very weird way to deal with it. Given the amount of detail they sometimes ask for before deciding you don't fit the profile for a particular survey (sometimes virtually completing it) I think that I have given them more than enough details. I'm expecting them to say that I have breached the terms and conditions next which is what they have done with other people. I may as well persevere but they are not like other companies. At the risk of sounding a bit kippery I wonder if it is because they are American and the other survey sites are British.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Success - I just checked back at Toluna and noticed that my points have jumped to nearly 60,000 so I have the 55,000 needed to redeem and they have sent me the voucher. I'm still getting error messages for new surveys though so I can cncel this one - but at least I got my vouchers which I wasn't expecting.

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Good news at last. Glad it is working out... finally!

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

clareemckenzie Actually they say they are sending me the voucher so I spoke a bit too fast as I haven't actually got it but still further ahead than I expected to be. They have deleted the thread of people complaining.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

Well, I did speak too soon about Toluna. I have just had an email saying that they have cancelled my request for Argos vouchers because of a surge of requests - but they still have it on their reward site. They say that they don't credit the points back but they appear in a separate banner (which they don't). Their contact link doesn't work.

If anyone is considering using this site - have a look at the reviews on Trustpilot first. They must rely on a constant stream of new people signing up.

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Ceebers
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3 years ago

Absolutely steer clear of these chaps. Good luck sorting out your issues.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

clareemckenzie It's not worth spending too much more time on it really. I feel a bit silly because when the site came back up, they had credited a lot more points so I though I would give them another chance and did a few more surveys so I have wasted more time. Just a write off. It's a shame that these people can still earn money however bad they are.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig3 years ago

Just shocking! I wouldn't recommend Toluna to anyone wanting to do survey sites. I hope you get it sorted and you eventually get your hard earned voucher.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee53 years ago

MrsCraig Thanks. I'll check back occasionally. You never know.

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Penny36
Penny362 years ago

Thank you sweetie ... BUT ... How do you know which ones are genuine? x

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Ceebers
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2 years ago

Just take a look at this list, most of them I have tried, and choose which ones you like the best. Xx

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Ipsos Mori are genuine although they don't have that many that I am eligible for. They apply points promptly and redeem rewards immediately.

I used to do YouGov but I never got any money from them and they are very biased politically (owned by a Tory). They also have a lot of surveys about TV programmes that I got bored with.

Populous pay reasonably well and send a cheque after your points have reached £50.

Toluna are genuine but have a lot of complaints. I had trouble with them when their website froze for weeks and they blame their users when that happens (they said I hadn't given enough information but could not explain why that would freeze their site). They are slow to add points and to redeem them but they seem more inefficient than not genuine. There are a lot of complaints online though about them cancelling people's accounts without warning. I did eventually get my rewards although the first one was cancelled and I had to re-apply.

There are reviews on sites like Trustpilot also MoneysavingExpert has some information about them.

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Ceebers
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2 years ago

Jaycee5 Interesting comments about Toluna. I have had lots of success with them thus far. I do like Ipsos Mori. Great surveys and test products too.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Ceebers It seems to be the luck of the draw with Toluna but they seem to get the worst ratings. I am giving them another chance as I did get a £15 voucher and 2 reindeer (which were pretty good) but I don't think that I would recommend them to anyone else just in case.

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Ceebers
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2 years ago

Jaycee5 They got back in touch with me and apologised. The Costa cards have been ordered and I am looking forward to several freebie trips to my local.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Ceebers That's good. When people were complaining when I had problems they were just making ridiculous excuses - like saying that people hadn't filled in enough of the small surveys asking for personal information - as if that had anything to do with the problems.

The website does seem to have improved a lot so hopefully their PR has as well.

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