The month of February I'll be offering a money-making tip every weekday. Here's the one for today:
Make money by filling out surveys.
This tip comes from The Bargainist who says:
Some people say this is a great way to earn some extra income or even gift cards to places you probably shop. A couple to check out are Your2Cents.com or MySurvey.com. If you find yourself wasting time on the Internet, why not get paid for it?
It sounds almost too good to be true -- making money for simply giving your opinion (then again, I guess it's similar to the focus group suggestion we had the other day -- it's just that this one is online.)
Seems like you could make a bit of spare change doing this, but could you really earn a decent supplemental income? According to ABC News, you can:
You can't expect to earn a full salary from taking online surveys, but it is possible to earn $50 to $100 a month in cash and free products if you take several short surveys, according to experienced online survey site members. The key is to sign up with several survey sites (which are all free to join) to increase your chances of being selected for the surveys.
Anyone done this with any sort of success?