BuzzAgent is a media network that recruits "BuzzAgents" to evaluate products and services and then share their opinions on them with people they know, and then report back to marketers on their findings. BzzAgent has over a quarter million member agents, and uses the idea of word of mouth communication to generate measurable results for marketers.
Members must receive an invitation to a campaign in order to participate. Assignments usually involve testing merchandise and coupons for free samples or rebate offers are often awarded.
BzzAgent is a lot of fun to be a part of. I usually only join "survey" sites and the like if I can cash out for money, but this one intrigued me enough back in 2013 to sign up and give it a go. I'm glad I did. After taking a few short surveys and setting up my profile, I only waited a few days for my first project.
Projects usually consist of them sending you an invitation for a campaign (make-up was one they invited me to, while Simple Truth branded foods was another). If you accept (and you don't have to!), they'll send you a box of products and coupons that you can give to others (and some for yourself). All they ask in return is that you spread the news to others (AKA the Bzz). You can do this by uploading videos of you eating/wearing/using the product, writing reviews, posting to social media, etc.
What I like most about this website is that it doesn't force you to do anything you are uncomfortable with. The more activities you participate in, the higher your score, but you aren't required to do them all. So if you're not on social media like me, you don't have to sign up just to be a member here. If you're not comfortable making a video, you don't have to. You don't even have to like the free products, so don't feel like you have to give a great review if you don't like the product. I gave a below average review to one product, and they thanked me for my honesty and gave me credit for the review.
The only negative thing I have to say about this website is that I'm not always invited to the campaigns I'd most like to join, even when I take the qualification surveys in hopes to be invited. For example, I'm a vegan, and my surveys have indicated as such, and yet I never have gotten invited to any of the produce/nutritional foods campaigns. (I was invited to a lunch meat campaign, however, which was humorous considering my survey responses, but I politely declined.) I have pets, and I've never been invited to those campaigns. It's a little bit of a letdown to see campaigns be advertised on their website that you'd desperately like to join but were not invited to.
In summary, BzzAgent is a unique website when it comes to survey taking and rewards, and I'd highly recommend at least trying it out. I've found quite a few products that I greatly enjoy through this program, and friends and family members also don't mind getting free stuff through coupons and samples. :)
pretty good site! although i don't like that i have to share on social media all the time
I did every thing it told me to do I would always stay up to date it s been about mmm like 3 months ive been signed up and they have not sent me an email or anything about any samples to try idk why I guess it's just not for me ..but it might be for you, you never know tell u try it ..it seems to be legit for other people so it u do sign up good luck :))
Great site if you like testing products and sharing on social networks. You only to small surveys to qualify for upcoming Bzz kits, so if you are looking for a survey site this is not it, it is a WOM sample sharing site. You get great products to sample and all you need to do is try it, share it, and review it. Just what I love to do and have been a Bzz Agent for over a year now.
I've been with BzzAgent for many years now, and they keep getting better. Actually, I was one of the first to sign up when they first started, and they were regular pioneers, as this type of panel hadn't been tried before. They aren't a survey panel, per se. They are a social influence panel, the likes of House Party and Smiley 360. They ask you profile questions, so you can qualify for missions. Then, you get products sent to you, either a bunch of samples or an actual full size product to try, and then your job is to review and tell others about it. I like it and I've gotten to try some very cool products. You also can get a few MyPoints for filling out some profiles, so there's an added bonus. The format has been tweaked much since they first started and they're always improving. The activities are easy, like talking about how you've shared the product with other, or you write a review, fill out a survey about it, or upload pictures, etc. I really enjoy it and as long as you do some of the activities for your mission, (it's not necessary to do every single one, which is nice,) you get to try new products for absolutely free. Highly recommended! :-)
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