I have the links on the Facebook page, I don't have them handy as I am at work and just hop on Reddit once every couple hours.. If you Google the company names you can find the companies pretty easily.. also i included the sites for a few of the things above. For the major companies, Google them, go to their career page, and when searching for a job you search terms like "work from home," "remote," and "telecommute." I may be able to send you a few links tomorrow, but I am slammed after work today as well.
You said that you didn't have good results with Opinion Outpost... it really depends on a lot of things. Your demographics - age, race, income, level of education, where you live, if you have kids, the things you buy, if you're a student, if you're employed (and what you do for a living) and so on. It's worth it to fill out as much of your profile as they provide, because that lets them target you when a survey requiring X, Y and Z comes in. If you're not particularly useful you might not get many surveys assigned to you, or if you're like 75% of the rest of their panel then maybe the surveys you qualify for are filled up before you ever see it. Some panels also have varying levels of support. Inevitably something will go wrong with a 30 minute survey and you don't get your points and depending on the site they may fix it quickly, slowly, or not at all.
I personally invest anywhere from 20 to 30 hours a week doing these sites, on top of my day job. Some days I will make $20 all day, and others I will make over $200. I prefer this, as opposed to a second job, because I can pay partial attention to a laptop and 'clock-out' when I want to focus on family or Netflix, rather than having to listen to another boss everyday, worry about getting fired, and deal with more people. This works better for my temperament and my preferences.

There are almost 5 million apps in both the Apple App store and the Google Play App store. If you have a great problem to solve for a specific niche, building a mobile app can be very profitable. With over 5 million apps, you need to do your research and really understand both your target audience and the specific problem you are solving for them. Right now the most downloaded paid apps include Games, Health apps, Productivity tools and other entertainment apps.
Consider some other ways you could make money online or elsewhere. You could start a website, try your hand at creating videos or build your own products to sell on the Internet. Unfortunately, you're going to need a fair amount of expertise to make it in any of these areas, and if you don't have the know-how yet, you'll almost certainly need some intense training in Web design, editing or the like. 
this is false. I started making $ with affiliate marketing from day ONE (yes, day ONE) putting up a website based on a theme (2h) finding a product related to my niche (a mix of what I'm interested in and what there is demand for, or is "hot" right now) and bringing in traffic the same day through things like Quora and Social Media. if u think hosting, putting up a website using a cms and writing / outsourcing content is hard, i think online business isnt for you. Your reply implies that you have to wait for traffic and that it has to be "organic", but you can begin bringing 100 web views a day within a week if you listen to your target market, pay attention to where people are now-a-days (idk, instagram, pinterest and other blogs maybe?). I was promoting affiliate offers for cryptocurrency. I stalked my target market and became very active on everything from stock twits to quora, discord chatrooms and platforms like alt pocket (straight adding value, helping people, etc) and I was getting 300 page views a day within a week with 2 hours of work a day... no ranked content, no backlinks no authority site... website <1week old. seems like you have some misconceptions of how marketing works. It's the digital age man, you can fucking sell something by the end of the day if you REALLY wanted.
By filling out your user profile thoroughly, you’ll be able to make sure you get invites to surveys which are actually suitable for you. There are basic qualification questions at the start of each questionnaire too, to ensure you are suited to filling it out before you get going. And you can make the most of the huge Toluna community yourself too – if you want, you can create your own polls on the site to ask people about anything and everything! It’s a nice addition to be able to get involved and have in-depth conversations with fellow users.

“I participated in an in-home product trial study. A coffee machine company sent me one of the coffee makers along with about 200 coffee pods. I received $7 for completing 3 short surveys. Plus, after the study, the company said I could keep the coffee maker. So, I got like 4 mos of coffee for everyone in my household, a free coffee maker and $7!” - David W.
Survey Junkie. This site is a smaller survey aggregator, but it stands out. The site has a clean, easy-to-use dashboard and offers a high point value for each survey you complete. The point system is direct and shows you how much your points are worth in dollars right on the dashboard. But you have to get to 1,000 points, equal to $10, before you can cash out. Check out our Survey Junkie review for more information.

"Over the last few years, there has been a huge trend of companies conducting online focus groups. Because of technology and the fact that most people have a webcam, people can get paid for their opinions without even leaving their house. This is a really simple and fun way for people to make extra money online," says Danny DiGiovanni, owner of FindFocusGroups.com. While you may not want to quit your day job, for a side gig, it could work out well. For instance, DiGiovanni says that some recent online paid focus groups on his site have included a focus group about tutors for parents that paid $100, a focus group about taxes that paid $100 and a 30-minute webcam interview about baby products that paid $50.
The concept of data mining and profiting off that data mining isn't anything new.  And while some companies engage in some rather disreputable practices to do this, Global Test Market seems to be doing just fine with the whole “consent to disclose” thing.  More importantly, in some cases this may help you as some companies will offer to do more specialized product testing once they've identified you as their target demographic.
Gigwalk is a crowd-sourced service that helps businesses with various types of tasks that help them learn how they’re doing. It’s an app that pays people to do these task for them. Anyone can apply to be a Gigwalker. You download the app, view a map full of tasks in the neighborhood immediately around you and get to work. Tasks can include things like:
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Of the dozens of available programs online, there is a clear third choice. E-Poll provides a convenient online forum for you to express your opinions on a variety of issues that affect our daily lives. E-poll's goal is to give users an effective tool to project their voice through interactive surveys. Earn valuable reward points that can be converted to cash or traded in for gift cards and other exciting stuff. Sign up today to become an E-Poll member.
This site offers surveys for money, paying out cash rather than points and allowing immediate rewards. Crowdology is a pretty popular website with a decent reputation which works with big brands and television shows, so can have some interesting content to keep you interested while you’re filling in forms. You could be answering questions about everyday topics or issues, such as saving money or online shopping, as well as your opinions about various products.
My name is Bob and I run this blog. I have been doing paid surveys for last 12 years and have started this blog to help people to make some extra money taking paid online surveys. I share my tips, do's, don'ts, reviews and sign up links of survey panels on this blog. Sign up for free with recommended survey companies and start getting paid to take surveys.
While product testing is offered, you’ll only get sent items if you qualify, and then it will only be a couple over the space of several months, so think of this as a bonus, rather than a regular part of your work. Some users get frustrated at the length of time they have to wait for vouchers to arrive after they order them – especially when somewhere like Opinion Outpost will pay out straight away. However it is unfortunately quite standard to have to wait weeks for payment from survey sites. Surveys range in duration from about 15 to 30 minutes and there are mini polls on the website which can help you tot up small amounts of extra points. Points do sometimes take days or even weeks to appear in Toluna accounts, which is worth noting.
Hop onto the iPoll survey site, and you’ll see a cheerful cartoon of a man walking his dog while thinking about products. Their boast is that thanks to its web, iPhone and Android platforms, you can complete surveys at home, in the office, at the beach, or on a walk. I put that to the test. This is one of the easiest to use survey sites on a mobile phone, and that’s because the surveys offered are sharp and quick, and the site itself is easy to navigate and use, whatever platform you’re using it on. This is a good choice for people whose online time is mainly spent on their cell phone.
The concept of data mining and profiting off that data mining isn't anything new.  And while some companies engage in some rather disreputable practices to do this, Global Test Market seems to be doing just fine with the whole “consent to disclose” thing.  More importantly, in some cases this may help you as some companies will offer to do more specialized product testing once they've identified you as their target demographic.
Well, I don't think it'll be much but, if you like listening to music for fun and want to make some money, there's a website called Slicethepie referal link/ non-referal link basically what you do is you put some basic info (name, race, dob) and they use your general area to make sure you live in the U.S (but it seems to be expanding more) and what kinds of song genre's you like to listen to. 

It's not MY $6200 It's this guy's forum post I found which I'm giving out to people to take value from it since very few people know about the post he made as he hides it from everyone, why do you think my profile says "Is this guy legit" yesterday and now I'm putting this out for inputs after messaging him on forums? And yes you are wrong, the $29 is not some affiliate pyramid system, this isn't some kind of paid bullshit scheme, it's ecommerce and dropshipping.

Robert said he did an average of 4-6 of these gigs per year for a while depending on his schedule and the work involved. The best part is, he charged a flat rate that usually worked out to around $100 per hour. And remember, this was pay he was earning to advise people on the best ways to use social media tools like Facebook and Pinterest to grow their brands.
We've tested hundreds of sites where you can take paid surveys for money and we've found that Swagbucks by far is our #1 pick. They've been around for years and have a solid track record of paying their users. Plus, we also like that they offer opportunities to get paid for doing things other than surveys, like signing up for offers or shopping in their portal.
Some of the highest paid Youtube stars are earning over $10 million dollars a year. Felix Kjellberg(PewDiePie) makes over $12 million a year playing video games and making jokes, Rosanna Pansino making $5 million as the Cupcake Wizard and Michelle Phan makes over $3 million a year with Makeup tutorials. If you have a knack for being in front of the camera becoming a youtube star can be very profitable.
MyPoints. This site offered 75 survey opportunities, the most of any site we tested. But it also had the lowest success rate, 9.33%, and a low average hourly pay rate. Plus, the reasons for survey disqualifications often were unclear. On one occasion, we were disqualified after being asked to write the word “Purple.” (Yes, we spelled it correctly.) See our full MyPoints review.
There’s lots of additional ways to boost your income on Vindale, including rewards for opening adverts sent to your email account, or small payments for watching advertising videos online. The site pays out in plain and simple cash, and doesn’t mess around with rewards or gift cards, which many people familiar with the survey landscape find a welcome relief. However, as with OnePoll, you’ll have to earn $50 before you can remove you money from the site, which may not be as tempting as some companies where the threshold is much lower.
Most, if not all of these that I've listed are actual research companies that create their own surveys and use the people on their own panel for their own surveys. However, most of these also sell access to their panels to other research companies. So you might sign up for Global Test Market and many of the surveys you take are from Global Test Market, but occasionally you might find yourself taking a survey for some other company. Likewise I might be on SwagBucks but end up on a Global Test Market survey which means they've exhausted their own panel of qualified people but still need to collect more interviews.

You can expect to earn $2-$5 for most of the surveys in general. For some special surveys you can earn up to $50 per survey but those are rare. Harris Poll also conducts paid focus group studies where you can earn $50-$100 per study. Usually these focus group studies are 1-2 hours long where you interact with other participants under a supervision of a focus group moderator.
Global Test Market is a decent standard of what you're getting yourself involved in.  Their practices are not any more or less shady or reputable than almost any online venue – survey or otherwise.  Just like Facebook, when you identify yourself accurately with Global Test Market, you can expect them to use that information in any way possible to make a penny.  The great news is they inform you and ask for consent first.
First, try using Google Voice. Some sites will allow Google Voice numbers, some won't. If it does not allow a Google Voice number, then most "free phone number" services won't work. Here's a list of sites you can try though. Most of these are VoIP numbers as well which simply won't work on some sites. Your next option is to try asking a family member or friend if you can use theirs. If you don't have anyone to help you, your only other option is to use a paid verification service such as /r/phoneverification. You can also try one of the sites listed here. 

Survey Club has been offering online paid surveys since 2005, and in the fast paced every changing world of the web that’s a reassuringly long amount of time. They are a bit of an acquired taste, in that they specialise in long, detailed surveys for high end clients rather than the quick and cheerful consumer surveys that you may be more familiar with. Whilst this does mean that you may have to commit a bit more time, it does mean that if you have the patience to persevere with them they pay more money than most survey and reward sites. They also offer local taste tests (see what I said about ‘an acquired taste’?), and secret shopper opportunities.
I registered for a Clickworker account yesterday, completed my profile, and completed the base assessment (researching Company Name, CEO Name, etc.). Now, there are no more assessments available to me and no jobs either. I would like to get into UHRS, but can't access the assessments to qualify. Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, how did you find the UHRS assessments? I'm in the U.S. and got a 70% on my base assessment.
The site will even allow you to monetise your internet searches, if you swap from Google or Safari to their own search engine. The Swagbucks search engine, which is actually running Yahoo, will pay you Swagbucks every time you search. For games, there are options like Scrabble and Wheel of Fortune, which won’t pay you much, but could be worth a go if you fancied playing a game anyway! Swagbucks TV allows you to watch advertising videos on a range of topics, including news, fitness and entertainment. There’s a snag – your earnings are capped at 150 Swagbucks, but it is worth a look if you’re prone to wasting time watching viral clips.
We have all said I need money. But did you know you can make free cash by taking internet surveys and reading e-mails? Yes, you can make money online for free! These programs have been helping people in need of cash and money for years now. These are not get rich quick schemes. No, but you will be able to make some extra dollars in your spare time from your computer. All you have to give is a few minutes of your time; you do not need to pay anything. So what have you got to lose? It is 100% completely free money. I have reviewed and rated many different survey companies.
Consider some other ways you could make money online or elsewhere. You could start a website, try your hand at creating videos or build your own products to sell on the Internet. Unfortunately, you're going to need a fair amount of expertise to make it in any of these areas, and if you don't have the know-how yet, you'll almost certainly need some intense training in Web design, editing or the like. 
After joining a survey site, you provide some personal and demographic information, which legitimate survey sites will keep private. That information will be used in choosing participants to take surveys on certain goods and services. If you get selected to take part in a survey, you will be notified through mail to take a short survey to see if your profile suits that survey. When you are deemed qualified, you will be requested to take a longer survey.
While you play, the app works in the background and transfers small sums from your checking account into a high-yield Blast savings account based on “triggers” you set — things like the number of opponents you defeat or enemy bases you destroy. You can earn extra cash by completing “missions” that allow you to test new games or take familiar games to the next level.
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