The Best Paid Survey Sites You’ve Never Heard Of

If you’ve ever considered taking a survey for money, the first sites you’ll probably run into are well-known stalwarts like Opinion Outpost, Swagbucks, Ipsos, and so on.

While you can certainly make money with these well-established companies, if you only stick with the old guard you’re missing out on some newer and lesser-known paid survey programs that have emerged as the demand for market research has increased over the past decade.

With every program going after the same pool of potential paid survey takers, these smaller or less well-known programs are offering great incentives like bigger sign-up bonuses and high-paying focus groups that you might miss out on if you only run with the popular crowd.

Ready to unlock some new potential? Here are the best paid survey sites you’ve never heard of:

MySoapBox

Receive Early Access and Get Paid to Test Big Brands

Want to score gift cards for sharing your opinion? Average users pull down about $25 a week with minimum effort. Even get a $2 signup bonus for registering today.


Our Rating [4.72/5]
53 User Ratings [4/5]

Reward Fish

This new kid on the block is making their mark on the GPT scene

RewardFish is a lifestyle reward platform, where members complete various surveys, offers, and shopping opportunities, in exchange for earning gift cards. Discover new RewardFish bonus codes for 2022 on Twitter.


Our Rating [4.55/5]
0 User Ratings [NA]

ySense

One of the best GPT sites…you’ll always find a way to earn here

You’ll never run out of ways to make money at ySense. Get paid for taking surveys, searching Google, and hundreds of other small tasks that can build up your PayPal account.


Our Rating [4.6/5]
28 User Ratings [4.5/5]

Survey Roundtable

3,000 point registration bonus

Survey Roundtable gives you a variety of paid surveys and other activities to earn. You can watch and discuss movie trailers, talk about video games, or even test products in-home for gift cards and rewards.


Our Rating [4.73/5]
10 User Ratings [4.5/5]

Closing Thoughts

Broadening your horizons when it comes to choosing which paid survey programs to join isn’t only preferable but necessary. If you rely on only a handful of old-standbys you’ll eventually find your earnings stagnant.

Trying some new programs is the only way to ensure you get the most out of paid survey taking, so be sure to check out the reviews on the programs above to see which ones work for you.

P.S. We’ve also got a full post about new paid survey programs that includes more details about the benefits of joining new programs and a real-time list of our latest paid survey program reviews so you can keep your finger on the pulse of what’s new.

Robert Fleming
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Robert Fleming

Robert Fleming is a 20-year veteran of the market research industry and now serves as co-CEO of Paid Survey Update which he co-founded in 2015. He resides in Myrtle Beach with his dog Gunnar.