How To Turn Your Opinions Into Money With Paid Online Surveys

Paid Online Surveys can reward your personal mojo in the realm of getting money online.

Niblin on sponge cake…You can call it getting Underwear Money.

You control how much money you want to get right at home, even sitting in your underwear, online at your computer for answering survey questions. Watchin the sun bake…Is that crazy? Who would pay me to sit at home and give them my opinion on stuff?

Let me ask you this,

How does Kellogs keep making the breakfast cereal that people want to buy, decade after decade? How do they keep coming up with cereals that mom’s want to buy and kids want to eat, year after year? All of those tourists covered with oil… Piles of Cash. That’s right.

Big, huge, sprawling piles of green cash money. Kelloggs has a huge marketing research budget! Strummin my six-string… Big makers like Kelloggs pay market abc kidsresearchers, who in turn pay me and you, for opinions on their products and to answer basic questions. Turning your opinions into money is a real part of the internet. On my front porch swing…You see you are a valuable commodity – and piles of cash are out there. Just for being yourself.

Is taking surveys even work? I can tell you it’s pretty super fun when you know you are gettin paid.

Even the investigative journalist for the ABC News says that he really enjoyed the surveys he got paid for taking.

“I have taken about a dozen surveys myself with the two online survey sites I joined. I was paid for three of the surveys ($15, $6 and $1 each) and was entered into a sweepstakes for the other nine surveys (which I did not win). However, I found it easy and enjoyable to answer the questions.”


Part of his investigation – his job. And he still had fun. Smell those shrimp, they’re beginning to boil… Ok. Sounds cool. So how do I get some money doing it? Easy.

You register in the programs that will invite you into surveys. They are way easy – just like the surveys themselves.

It’s not all a walk in the park, though it almost is. You get control of how much money you spend by taking some action to get in with a bunch of the good programs you can find.

Now a thought…You will come across quite a few websites that offer you access to programs all in one place – that’s great. But…some charge you a membership fee. Hmmm. Isn’t that money a flowing in the WRONG direction?

While I actually have found that the pay membership sites do offer you value, they aren’t necessary. Not everybody has what it takes to invest in a paid membership and make sure they do enough surveys to get their money back.