1. Make sure your contact information is correct
You cannot expect to receive any online survey invitations if the e-mail address you provide is incorrect.
2. Complete additional 'profiles'
The more information about yourself you provide to a research company, the more likely it is they will contact you with online surveys. If profiles are options to be completed, consider doing so.
3. Be Patient!
Remember that if there are no surveys available for your demographic, you will not be contacted. A marketing research company first needs to be hired by a company needing research services before you, the panelist will be contacted. Stay patient, and eventually you will be invited to participated in a survey.
1. Incorrect contact information
Check to make sure that the e-mail address you provided is still current and that you're checking your e-mail regularly. Make sure the information is up to date.
2. Check your SPAM filter
Some e-mail providers will automatically route suspicious-looking e-mail to junk-mail folders. Your survey invitations may be sitting here. If this is the case, add the survey panel's e-mail address to your "safe senders" list and survey invitations will be accessible directly from your inbox.
3. No studies are available
If there are no matching studies for your demographic, you will not be sent any survey invitations. Again, exercise patience!
4. You've been "blacklisted" as a panelist