Make Money Taking YouGov Surveys

9th June 2016
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When I heard about earning money doing surveys I was sceptical about it, however, I decided to give it a go.

I joined a few surveys company but I wasn’t getting anywhere in terms of earning money.

Most surveys that I did would just stop in the middle and open up an error message or display a message saying I had already done the survey, of which I hadn’t done them.

So I stopped until a friend persuaded me to try YouGov.

I haven’t stopped since joining them in 2013 so far I have earned 4 x £50 and I am and currently working my points up to redeem my 5th £50.

Yes, the amount you get is not much but hey every little helps.

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Who Are They?

YouGov is a bit different to other survey companies in that it focus more on social issues and general interest topics.

YouGov surveys include topics such as politics, public affairs and commercial products. Great if you are up to date with the current affairs.

Rewards: Cash and prize draw.

Amount per survey: £0.50 upward

Min. reward threshold: £50

Frequency of survey: You can choose the frequency

My Review:

YouGov is one of the very popular sites to sign up to because of the different of surveys they have. They focus mainly current affairs that are in the news, TV and they encourage you to express your views.

Surveys can take 5-25 minutes to finish. You get £1 just for joining and if you get your friends to sign up too you can quickly get lots more points and cash!

Sign up to YouGov »

Over to you…

Have you tried and tested any survey companies?

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