Some survey database companies quite often invite members to participate in surveys in return for gift vouchers, entry in a prize draw or some other type of reward, but members will also be offered regular chances to get paid cash to take a short online survey. There are people who try to make money filling out surveys but give up because the first few surveys they are offered are for prize draws instead of for cash.
These are the people who go online complaining that paid online surveys are all scams. It is a shame that, because they only made a half-hearted attempt at participating in online surveys, these people will spoil the opportunity for others who are looking for ways to earn money from home. It is part of human nature that people with a gripe are all too eager to share their views while happy bunnies, just get on with what they are doing.
If you join a survey database company, don’t lose heart if you are offered surveys to fill out in return for entry in a draw or some other award. You aren’t forced to fill out the survey; you can choose whether or not you want to participate. As it takes very little time to complete most short online surveys, you might as well go ahead: after all, you would not complain about the system if you won a big prize in the draw.
The chance to earn money filling out survey after survey is what most people are looking for, but the industry does not work like that and, as long as you get your fair share of paid surveys, you will be able to make some nice extra income quite easily. Think of the prize draw surveys as a bonus; if you don’t win the prize, you have lost nothing but the few minutes of time it took you to complete a short online survey and, if you win, you will be getting paid very well just for filling out that single short survey.
If you seem to be getting less than your fair share of invitations to take part in online surveys for cash, don’t make the mistake of assuming the survey company you have joined only offers prize draw surveys. It could well be that your demographic profile does not fit the type of person the survey companies are looking for to complete paid surveys at that particular time. If you are patient, you will probably find the trend changes and you start getting offers to take part in paid surveys. You might find that your demographic profile makes you eligible for fewer surveys. Your eligibility for being invited to surveys depends upon many factors including age, gender, education, location, profession, hobbies, number and age of children and many other things.
Nobody has a profile which will fit the requirements for participation in every paid online survey, and some people are bound to get invited to more survey than others. The way to increase your chances to get paid to take short online surveys for cash is to sign up to as many online survey companies as you can find.