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.
Earning money takes time and effort, but how much effort is up to you. If you can commit to doing a few surveys a day, you should be able to earn at least $100 a month. Spend even more time and you might be able to earn 10 times that.
On average, you can expect to earn anywhere from $0.50 to $5.00 per survey depending on how many questions there, how detailed the questions are, and how hard it is to find qualified people to take it.
For example, a short survey intended for any male under 60 years old will pay less than a survey for a more specific audience such as 18 to 25 year old female NFL fans.
If you’re looking to get beyond $300 to $500 per in month earnings, you’ll have to go beyond surveys. Search for surveys for money sites that also offer focus groups and in-home product testing. Though less frequent, these can pay as much as $50 a pop.
Importantly, paid surveys don’t always pay you in cash. Read on to learn about some of the most common rewards and payment options you’ll encounter.