About Opinion Outpost
Opinion Outpost is a free community where members are rewarded for sharing their opinions in various types of paid surveys about dozens of new and current topics and products.
How does it all work?
Once you sign up for a free membership, you’ll be asked to confirm your info so they know you’re a real person. After those quick steps, you’ll start receiving invites in your email that will securely bring you to surveys. You can also log on to OpinionOutpost.com and take surveys through a button on your account page. Each time you complete a survey, Opinion Outpost will deposit points safely into your account which can be redeemed for cash and rewards.
Why is joining for free a solid idea?
Simple: because Opinion Outpost gives you cash and rewards for completed surveys. You can earn cash through PayPal or opt for an Amazon.com Gift Card Claim Code*. They even offer iTunes gift cards* as a reward option. They’re also proud to provide the option to redeem points for cash that Opinion Outpost will donate to the American Red Cross.
Aside from taking surveys for money, why else should you sign up?
If you don’t sign up and participate, you won’t be eligible to win $10,000 in their quarterly prize draw. Each quarter they give away $10K like it’s going out of style. All you have to do is be an active member of the panel and participate in surveys to earn entries.
Note: If you are having technical issues with Opinion Outpost, reach out to Susan.Evans@surveysampling.com for assistance.
*Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this program. For complete gift card terms and conditions, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal. ©,®,™ Amazon.com Inc. and/or its affiliates, 2014. No expiration date or service fees.
**iTunes® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion
Starting out on online surveys? Then consider Opinion Outpost as your first online survey panel.
There are 3 good reasons which combine to make why:
1. At £2.50 Opinion Outpost has the lowest payout threshold of all online survey panels (well the lowest of those that I have come across).
2. Payout is via PayPal (or from June 2014 Amazon vouchers) and payout is always immediate with PayPal
(I haven't tried the combination of Opinion Outpost and Amazon yet).
3. Opinion Outpost online surveys are plentiful. What's especially good about Opinion Outpost,is that even without a formal email invite, there are usually a number of surveys available. Just head on over to the Opinion Outpost website | log in | click on "Take a survey!" | see how many online surveys you can get through.
Ok so let's combine the 3 good reasons together to see why Opinion Outpost should be the first online survey panel that you join: "Opinion Outpost gives you quick wins"
So what's the downside? Just the usual really for the larger higher paying online survey sites:
With lots of online surveys, you inevitably get a lot of screen-outs and
You have to learn how to pick and choose your surveys to avoid the lengthy low (and no) value surveys that do come up pretty frequently. In any case picking and choosing is a useful skill, or art, that anyone and everyone starting out on online surveys needs to develop.
I did pretty well with OO for a long time, and they processed my payments quickly. But for a while now I've found that I'm wasting a lot more time doing screeners and surveys that don't earn me points. I've done my last survey for them - just too frustrating.
Great site it gives me my money on paypal at a quick pace :)
Opinion Outpost is a good survey panel. I enjoy most of the surveys and it helps earn money for my pay pal account.
Yay! I just took my last survey from OO!
I am tired of getting email after email for survey after survey that, out of every 10, I get points for one, I don't qualify for 7, and 2 I fill out for 5-10-15 minutes, giving them the benefit of all the data they desire, but then am DQ'd randomly. I'm tired of sending emails to OO, begging or demanding to get credit for these. I'm done.
Good luck, folks. I know some of you may still be doing fairly well, and I've made over $500 since 2011. But it's just not worth the frustration anymore.
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