Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Make Your Opinion Count for Something

We all have opinions. However, how do we voice them so that they are heard and documented? Clinicians often write letters to editors and publishers if they have a strong opinion about something. Most of us probably don't have the time to invest in things like that, so we may remain quiet and keep our thoughts to ourselves. What if you could get paid to express your opinions? Have you ever taken a paid survey where you get paid (no, not where you have to pay to take the survey, because that would defeat the purpose of the survey). For several years, I've had the opportunity to develop various educational surveys that are often linked with some type of an incentive. People want something for their time and I can respect that.

Well, did you know that there are many opportunities in the world of paid surveys? You can complete short, simple surveys and earn points. It's as simple as that. As you earn rewards points, you can them redeem them for various types of merchandise. If you're interested in joining or you want to learn more, click here. You may also want to tell a friend about these types of opportunities. Each time you refer a friend, you earn more points. It seems like many companies use this technique to motivate users to refer peers and colleagues within their network. Sermo does this, and several other sites do as well.


  1. Someone's always been recommending paid surveys to me. I never really considered it as a job, so I haven't tried... But she swears by it, as a great way to earn a bit of extra money on the side.

  2. Paid surveys are getting more and more popular these days. You may be pleasantly surprised to discover how much you can earn through them.