Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Making Money with Surveys

I have enjoyed being a member of the SurveySavvy.com community and thought you might find it fun as well. As a member, you can make a difference by participating in online surveys, focus groups, as well as other interactive studies. SurveySavvy is unique from other online panels because of its patented referral program that gives you incentives for every survey your referrals complete and additional incentives for every survey their referrals complete. This represents growth to your account balance regardless of whether or not you actually complete any surveys!

To sign up, click on the following link: https://www.surveysavvy.com/ss/ss_index.php?id=2787938&action=join&lid=en-us

If that doesn't work, copy and paste the link into your browser.

****I was asked if I make money doing this, and yes I've made a few dollars here and there. Nothing astronomical but $3-$4 every once in a while. It just takes a few minutes, and it doesn't cost me anything. ****

6 comments:

heidi @ ggip said...

Interesting concept...

Valerie said...

Wow, so you are making money by doing this? That is neat. I will have to check it out if I can work it in. ha! I have way too many projects going on.

Valerie said...

o.k. Krista - It has been a week since your last post and I miss them & YOU!

Valerie said...

Krista & Charlie, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I have wanted to call but didn't know what to say. I hope to see you tomorrow. We are going to go the hospital. Please know our hearts go out to you.

lindsey said...

I have just come to your blog from Valerie's blog where I heard your sad news. I want you to know I am praying for you and Charlies family. I lost my father and maternal grandmother in a car crash 29years ago. My mother survived but has never recovered from the loss, she is now 82. My greatest support has always been to know that God is in control. 12 years after the accident and 50 miles away I 'just happened' to be working in a pre-school, I met the wife of the man who sat with my father in the car until the ambulance took him (he died on the way to the hospital). My concern had always been for my Dad being in the car for an hour without someone holding his hand and talking to him...this man did just that and I didnt know until 12 years later. God had been in control of my life and had moved me and my family 50 miles away and into a job 12 years later to meet this woman who then introduced me to her husband. How great is out God! We don't always know why He alows things to happen but He is our God. Draw close to Him and He will support you through this difficult time.
Lindsey

martha - ca knitter said...

I'm popping in for a quick note to say I'm so sorry for the loss of your MIL. I read in Valerie's blog that there was a bad car accident and you FIL and BIl are in critical condition. You and your family are in my prayers. The Lord is with you.