Paid Surveys and Focus Groups - The Secret to Free MoneyWritten by Tom Howze
Paid surveys and focus groups are a little known way for individuals to make money for free. There are businesses ranging from Fortune 500 companies to advertising agencies and market research organizations who look for opinions of regular consumers and business professionals for their product lines or customers. What is great is that a good number of them pay cash to participants and it is free of charge to join these types of studies. Paid surveys are generally given online and can range from $2.00 to $70.00 for each survey completed. Focus groups are closely observed groups of participants and mostly pay from $50.00 to $200.00 depending on topic for 1 or 2 hours of your time.
Anyone can join up with these organizations that provide survey opportunities, and people with specialized business professional backgrounds such as IT, business management, law, accounting, etc. are ideal for this line of research. Average consumers who drink coffee, taste ice cream, buy power tools or electronic products, watch television or own a certain type of car can benefit from numerous surveys and focus groups. The possibilities for different types of surveys being offered are as endless as there are ways to create and market products to public. The Internet is your best source of finding places to join for either one of these kinds of surveys, free of cost. Some businesses advertise to do all footwork for you and will charge a fee for doing it. So it's a good idea to learn as much as possible on these services in order to understand what you will receive if you decide to pay for information.
The paid surveys are mostly given over Internet. With
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