Surveys, you’ve probably heard about how easy they are to make money with right? If you’ve ever looked at how to make money online from home then surveys are usually on there. This is because it’s easy to fill in a survey. However I tried this method for years and I’ll be honest I never made any money, for the simple reason that what I was required to do was too much effort for what I was offered. As an example one site said that if I completed these five tasks I would earn £5 I was all over it. My son was napping at the time and I had that precious me time, so I figured why not try and earn some money. Sadly, when I clicked on the link to make this easy £5 I was going to have to sign-up to several other sites and perform numerous mundane tasks that just didn’t seem worth my time, it was going to take too long.
What I came to realise it that the majority of the sites which were being recommended on blogs and videos were actually affiliated. So the people recommending them were making money for getting people to click on that link (which I wasn’t mad at) I was mad at the fact that for me these sites never actually converted in to real money. Now I’m not saying that you shouldn’t use them because a lot of them actually have decent reviews but for me personally they didn’t work, or rather I didn’t want to do the work required, my time was worth more to me then was being offered.
That is until I came across these two survey sites. Now a quick disclaimer: I AM NOT AFFILIATED with these sites and won’t make money if you click on them. I genuinely am able to make money myself from these and below I will show proof, but first here are the sites and a brief overview.
1) Intellizoom this site allows you to earn money by performing tasks such as sorting items in to categories but mainly they want you to think out loud as you do simple tasks whilst on a website. They will need to be able to have access to your microphone as they do record what you say out loud and on occasion will want to record webcam to.
2) Prolofic this site allows you to earn money from performing tasks such as answering questions (which can be very personal) to taking part in memory challenges, they tend to be research and academic based.
As you can see I made around £100 in one month from these two sites. Now £100 might not seem like a lot but this is the first time I have been able to make money from home. It is enough that I am able to treat my son to a nice day out and not feel guilty about spending money because it is money that I have earnt.
I hope this encourages you to make a little bit of extra money to do with as you please.
So for my second month I didn't make quite as much but I still made around £70 which is still good considering the amount of time I actually spent doing the surveys. My plan for month 3 is to find another easy paying survey site. I have signed up to a few others such as panelopinion but personally I don't like the tasks so I will keep looking.
My hope is that I can start compounding the money I make from surveys to invest in another income stream.
I aded a 3rd survey site.
Swagbucks This survey site has numerous ways to earn swagbucks or points to exchange for cash or gift cards, now it isn't as fast as the above two survey sites to make cash from the jobs but it is something I can do from my mobile phone and I have been able to make about £10 in a week in time that I would otherwise have been idle, so I'm not complaining.
As you can see it's possible to make money but you still need to put some time and effort in to it. Although I won't do an in-depth review of this site simply because it's pretty easy to navigate I like the fact that you can make money through various methods and not just completing surveys so it's nice to be able to do something different such as watching a video, submitting receipts of purchased shopping.
Have a fantastic day.
I hope to see you again soon.