Ever get sick of signing up for survey sites that don’t pay?
I’ve been a member of Survey Savvy for several years now…since 2004 if I remember correctly. I’ve made several hundred dollars each year in my spare time answering simple surveys that they send directly to my inbox. You’re probably thinking, “Yeah, right. I’ve heard that before and I don’t believe it.” But I promise you, it’s true. You really can make money with survey sites.
I’ve signed up for several survey sites over the past ten years that I got invited to by friends, family members, co-workers, you know the drill…but there are very few that I actually make any money on. I don’t have a lot of time to waste, so I certainly don’t want to spend time on sites that don’t pay. Further, I certainly wouldn’t recommend them to anyone else because I would look like an idiot. Right? That’s why I want to make it clear that Survey Savvy is different.
How does Survey Savvy work?
When you sign up for Survey Savvy (here), you will be instructed to fill out your profile. Fill it out as completely as you can because this is what they look at when they are deciding who to send specific surveys to.
You will be asked to provide information about your household, your job, the ages of your children, your shopping habits, health, etc. It is really pretty in depth. However, once you take the time to do it, you’ll start noticing survey invitations in your inbox. Each survey states exactly what it will pay and the estimated length of time it will take to complete. I’ve noticed that most of the surveys I do take about five to ten minutes less than the estimate, but some can take a few minutes longer.
Earlier today, I was sent two that were worth $10 each, which isn’t bad considering that the estimated time to complete them was 25 minutes apiece, which equals out to $20 for under an hour’s worth of time. Who doesn’t like making $20 an hour?
Ready to get started?
If you are ready to get started, then simply click here to visit Survey Savvy and sign up! This is a personal invitation from me to you. After you’ve joined and have had a chance to try a couple of the surveys, come back and let me know what you think!
What could you use your survey cash for?
You could use your survey earnings to make a car payment, take your family out for a nice dinner, pay a bill, add it to your IRA, buy groceries or simply put it away for a rainy day.
For more information on how the many ways that you can put your survey earnings to good use, a quick visit to my friend Trevor’s website might help. Trevor can better explain the options available for college savings, retirement and more. There are lots of cool calculators and helpful articles available as well, so if you’ve got the time to spare, it’s definitely worth a visit!
I usually let mine sit and then cash out around the beginning of September because it can take up to 12 weeks for the check to get to me. When I cash out in September, I get my check just in time to use it to purchase Christmas presents! However, the cool thing about Survey Savvy is that you can cash out at any amount. I just prefer to wait until I hit $100 or more so that it really makes a difference somewhere.
What do you like best about Survey Savvy?
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