iPoll offers its members the opportunity to take surveys via their website and also via their mobile apps. Their mobile apps are available on both iTunes (for iPhones) and on Google Play (for Android phones). Users who download the mobile app can expect to be contacted more frequently to participate in surveys.
iPoll offers various rewards including cash paid via PayPal, Amazon.com e-vouchers, iTunes gift codes, credits on Travelocity, Visa pre-paid cards, and donations to various charities.
$5 Signup Bonus to New Members
New iPoll members will receive a one-time credit of $5 added to their account. This makes the $25 minimum to redeem most rewards attainable faster.
Note: iPoll was formerly known as SurveyHead.
Can't give them good review. I've participated in a lot of their surveys, only after accumulating about $10 I found out you can't really cash out on anything useful, like amazon.com until $25 threshold. On top of that instead of giving you money right away, they hold it until forever, basically there is no limit on time they can "verify" the survey, and a lot of them can get declined, even after you already completed them, which I think is complete crap! After I earned $25 in their rewards, surveys were under review for 3 weeks, I lost my patience and only after I contacted ipoll via Facebook, all surveys magically got approved. After I selected to cash out through amazon, another 3 weeks went by and no response. Another fb message to ipoll and within minutes I have a gift card code.. This is ridiculous! I will never use them again!
In love iPoll is a great way to review products and everything
I can't download the app on my cellphone and the surveys available redirect to publicity links.
I really like(d) this survey site. I have been using iPoll for one year with no issues until this week. I never realized that when you take a survey and it is deemed as "invalid" later (for reasons unknown), your account will be suspended (which means you can log in, you just won't have any surveys listed). I emailed iPoll to find out why I wasn't receiving any surveys and they said I had too many "invalids" in a 12 month period and they would research it. I do not rush through surveys (in my opinion) and I answer surveys honestly, so they aren't marked invalid because of either of those issues. ADVICE: if you start to get a few invalids, ask iPoll about it right away so they can research it because your account will be suspended without warning if you get too many. Their response to me is below...sounds like the "client" didn't like my responses compared to what they were looking for, so they marked my surveys "invalid".
I do appreciate your concern. These surveys were marked as invalid by the research firm sponsoring this particular study. Any data collected from your interview was not saved, nor will it be used for data analysis. There may be a number of reasons for this to occur, however it is not a personal reflection but within our clients’ rights to reject data that is not consistent with the remaining interviews.
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This site used to be called Surveyhead but changed to Ipoll and since the change they aren't worth the time wasted
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