Stop taking up bandwidth with stupidity. We are writers here not survey takers. Go take your own surveys and leave us alone.
I take them too, although I have yet to find one that really actually pays a lot without '*participation required' involved.
You know that all you have to do is get to the end, and click on links? You dont have to sign up to those things to get credited. Just get to bronze, silver, then platinum offers... click on one offer per page. Then just close the offers. Then you should be credited. I take it those are the ones you are talking about?
I actually drove hundreds of referrals to these sites, but none of my referrals managed to grasp this concept.
Those are not actually survey sites, they are GET PAID TO websites. Pretty much the only way to make good money with them is to have active referrals. A true survey site is when you get paid for your opinion on different topics.
YES I KNOW?, I used to own and run a GPT site a couple of years ago, it made me lots of money........ $3000 a month. Only, on my GPT site you could also do the surveys to which you refer. E.g. lightspeed panel, ciao surveys, so..... one and the same. But thats how I knew what pageantgirl was referring to 'Participation required', is a very widely used GPT term. You can make a hell of a lot of money by referring users to good sites though, I take about $50 a month from Cashle with no action whatsoever, all I have to do is press 'withdraw' once a month. That beats Ciao etc for sure.
Well excuse me! Usually people get GPT and survey sites confused. MY BAD!
Wow, that would of been nice to know. Thanks for that info!
Not a lot. Well, I make about $50 a month just from referrals. But it took me a long time to build that up.
In my last year at uni, about $1000 in one year by actually doing surveys and offers. About $600 in a year by refering members.
There is more money to be made for you on hubpages considering the effort that you need to put into it.
Well this got me searching all day today. Darn it. At least I found two paid to click/paid email sites with a good payout. Hopefully it'll work out .
Try Cashcrate...it is one of the best GPT websites that has been in business for over 3 years.
Do you still use it? If so, is there a referral link that way you can get credit
I'm wondering where the spam is? Guess its been removed by the team.
Hey check my profile too. The first link is a great one.
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by pinappu 6 years ago
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