I have been a member for a few years, and I like the short surveys compared to other sites. They are further apart, but have a much improved acceptance rate, and an easier cash out threshold. They have a couple sister sites that according to your stats, you may get an invitation for. They pay with amazon codes, which usually arrive before you can check your inbox.
I like this panel. The surveys are good, they pay fair and you can cash out without needing a large amount of points. Like other good panels they just don't have very many surveys.
The good: I've never had a problem with a survey I've been sent - either I qualify for it, or I don't, it tells me that in less than a minute, and I still get a dime or two in credit. Surveys I have qualified for, have also paid generally fairly well for the time spent taking them. I especially like one type of survey that I don't often see elsewhere, but have seen several times here, where they just post a short list of questions, you give free-form responses to that list of questions, then you get credit for it, no mindless bubble-filling required :). But the regular surveys are pretty short, too, for what they pay.
The bad: surveys are *stupidly rare*. After several months with this site, I've cashed out once ($5 in Amazon), and am almost able to cash out a second time. So not terribly impressive on that score. Their site is super clunky, too, but... functional, I guess. So no reason not to sign up, just don't expect to make much.
Consumer Village is a good one because it's not just surveys. They have focus groups, discussions, and a wide variety of survey topics. They also reward you when you participate in topics or surveys that moderators control, which is a unique system that most other panels don't have. Really a great website.
I like this site because you can do surveys on your PC or smartphone. The surveys and questions are average.
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