What We Do

Paid Survey Update helps you identify legitimate paid survey programs and discover new and more effective ways to earn money for participating in market research.

Whether you’re in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK, or here in the United States, at P$U you’ll find ample opportunities to earn from your desktop, tablet, and smartphone alike.

Paid Survey Programs

Get help choosing the right paid survey programs with our comprehensive program reviews. We also feature real user reviews and invite you to share your opinion as well.

Paid Survey FAQs

If you’re new to paid surveys, be sure to see our FAQs. You’ll find simple answers to all of the most common questions you ought to ask before getting started.

Paid Survey Blog

The P$U blog is great place to find in-depth tips and advice, learn about what’s legit or a scam, and take your earning potential on the road with apps that pay.

Who We Are

We are three friends from New Jersey who bring together just the right mix of smarts and crazy to create Paid Survey Update. Combined we have over 40 years of experience in market research, website development, and of course, paid surveys.

Over this time we’ve learned a great deal about how to maximize earnings and avoid frustrating scams and programs that don’t pay. Now, we’re sharing our knowledge with you, right here at P$U.

How We Earn

Like you, we’re keen to make an extra buck or two for sharing our opinion. Each of us is constantly trying new paid survey programs in hopes of finding the best multi-program approach to meet our needs.

On top of that, we also get paid for referring new members to various paid survey programs. Best of all… you can too! In fact, becoming a paid survey affiliate is one of the easiest ways to maximize your earnings since you can actually get paid just for having your friends and family sign up to take paid surveys.

Special Thanks

At the heart of P$U are people like you who have taken the time to write a review, share a blog post, or simply let us know about a typo in one of our emails. Thank you so much for your participation. Without you, we’d just be talking to ourselves.