Saturday, 23 February 2013

Top 2 ways to make money with online surveys

Make money with online surveys
Online surveys are a great way to make money online for relatively little effort. In fact some of our readers make hundreds of pounds a year by doing online surveys.

While they won’t make you rich, it’s perfectly possible to earn £40-£50 a month from them. If you often have 15-20 minutes to spare in front of your computer at lunchtime or in the evenings, give them a go!
Always remember three things with online surveys:
  • NEVER pay to join an online survey site – the best ones are always free (see the recommended sites below)
  • We recommend setting up a separate email address for surveys (like Hotmail or Gmail) so your main address doesn’t get clogged up with survey emails
  • Join at least five survey sites to get regular paid surveys (if you just sign up to one you won’t get many paid surveys to complete).
The top five online survey sites:

1. MySurvey
2. Swagbucks
3. Inbox Pounds
4. Survey Head
5. Toluna (Toluna sometimes pay you up to £15 to test products at home - which you then get to keep!)

For more information, see our guide on how to make money with online surveys.

2. Get cashback online

If you buy things online, you’re missing a trick if you don’t use cashback sites like Topcashback. Again, these can net you literally hundreds of pounds a year if you use them regularly (last year I got £90 cashback just for buying a mobile I was going to get anyway).
You can make between £40-£50 a month with online surveys
These sites pay you to shop by giving you between 2%-12% of your spend back on hundreds of high street shops and online stores. Why do they pay you? It’s simple: stores give cashback sites money as a ‘thank you’ for sending customers their way. The cashback site then splits this ‘thank you’ money with you (to encourage people to keep using them).

The best two cashback sites are Topcashback and Quidco (but bear in mind Quidco keeps the first £5 of cashback you make to cover their costs, while Topcashback is free).

Important! In order for sites to ‘track’ your cashback, make sure you clear the ‘cookies’ of your internet browser before buying something through a cashback website.

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