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Making Money With Top 3 Online Survey Websites

Updated on January 31, 2020

There are many ways to earn some extra money online, but there are also many people who don't believe in that because they think everything about money on the internet is some kind of fraud. I know internet is full of scams, but you must be careful and prudent to avoid getting into trouble. Therefore to avoid scams you should always read reviews before you take any action such as: giving your personal data, signing up and confirming everything before you even read the details. After you check everything and decide to register the main question that everybody ask themselves is: Can you make extra money online by doing something you love? The answer is Yes. Can you make a lot of money with some online job? - Maybe, everything is up to you. If you are positive person and you believe in yourself then everything is possible for you.

You can choose what to do with your time, but choose wisely because time is priceless. You can choose who do you want to be in the future. If you are good at something, never underestimate the power of the internet. You can use your talent to make great things in your life. We live in the time of digital marketing and every ad and every opinion is important to the economic side of every company. Brands are always trying to convince you that they have the best things suited just for you. Big companies spend a lot of money to get information about what people think about them, their ads, and their products which are already available on market or some new products which they want to release on the market. Opinions are very important in this market war. Everyone wants to represent their own products as the number one on the local or global market. Your opinion is important and you should know that. Big companies are interested in your opinion and important factors of opinion is your age, location of living, number of people in your household, number of children, your education, your interests in every topic of life such as politics, sport, culture, education, hobbies, technology, clothes, health, habits etc. If you meet their criteria then you should realized that your opinion is being counted as something important and you can make money from it.

After some time of doing online surveys I had decided to wrote this article in order to help others who wants to find best paid surveys.

Many people expect too much from online surveys and and that leads to big disappointment. All those who promise you easy money want to fool you. There are no high-paying sites and you can figure it out by yourself. People who share online tips such as how to make over $1000 a day are the biggest fraudsters who want to take advantage of you and make money. In online surveys, the most important thing is to know how surveys work. You need to know that it is not always easy to qualify for certain surveys, but if you fill out a good profile you will be more likely to have more completed surveys. The best profiles of persons are those who live in major cities in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, etc. The initial questions of each survey are the most important questions to decide if you meet all the criteria for the survey.

Top 3 online survey websites

From my own experience, I can recommend a large number of companies, but considering the time taken to complete the surveys and the total earnings from the surveys I can set aside 3 companies.

1. PrizeRebel

PrizeRebel is a free GPT (get-paid-to) rewards website where members are rewarded for completing tasks and surveys. PrizeRebel is open to people around the world who are 18 years of age or older. With PrizeRebel you can: take surveys, fill out offers, complete tasks, collect daily points, collect monthly bonuses, participate in contests, watch videos and enjoy your rewards. When you become next level member you can unlock more account benefits. When you reach the gold level or above you will automatically receive rewards claim codes if they are in stock. PrizeRebel offers a rewards catalog with over 500+ gift card options. You can request a reward with as little $5 worth of points in your account. I prefer Paypal reward so I use it every time. Amazon.uk offer even 2 pounds rewards. PrizeRebel is on my first place because it offers many options for making money. They have the highest bonuses awarded at the end of each month. You can earn up to 70$ per week.

2. I-say

I-say is another great company that has interesting surveys and you can make up to 20$ a week. I-Say is an online survey rewards community with over 3 million members. I-Say is powered by Ipsos, a leading global market research company. The amount of points you will earn varies from survey to survey but is dependent on a number of factors. Once you complete a survey, the points will be credited to your account instantly. Once you have at least 500 i-Say points, you can redeem your rewards! Rewards include Visa pre-paid cards, Amazon.com gift certificates, Starbucks e-gift cards and much more.

3. SuperPay.me

SuperPay.me is a great company. It is similar to Prizerebel, but Prizerebel is number one for a reason. SuperPay.me can be a little tricky at the beginning, but it is worth the time. 1$ is the minimum for paypal payment. On average, surveys pay between $0.40 and $3.00. You can earn up to $ 25 a week.


Those 3 websites are the best in my opinion and they are worth your time. You can earn good extra money if you decide to register with them. Keep in mind you will not become a millionaire, but it is great way to earn decent amount of money.


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      Paul 

      2 weeks ago

      Thank you very much! Superpayme is great. I have just joined and already have 7$ in my account! Thank you!

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      James 

      2 weeks ago

      Great reviews!

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      success79 

      2 weeks ago from New York

      Interesting article with good pointers on taking surveys.

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      Laura 

      4 weeks ago

      Thank you!

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      MG Singh 

      5 weeks ago from Singapore

      Very informative and interesting. If I had the time I would have tried my hand.

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      Dream Lover 

      5 weeks ago from Zagreb

      Hi Rebecca. Good luck! You can ask me whatever you want about these websites. Thank you!

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      Rebecca Mealey 

      5 weeks ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Thanks! May give these a try. The one I used sucked!

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