Yes, there are surveys that are particularly targeted toward teens. Just like businesses want adults to share their insights and opinions, they also want to learn how teenagers feel about their products or certain important issues. This information helps them tweak their offerings, so they are better suited to their teen consumers.
After all, teens are the primary target audience for many brands, so it’s important for businesses to predict what teenagers will want, need, and like in the future. Keep in mind that most survey sites are not specifically meant for teens. However, they do have a few surveys that are targeted toward teens.
If you are an active survey taker, your teen will likely not receive as many survey invites as you, but they may still be able to earn a little extra money by taking occasional surveys.
Since your child is still a minor, the survey site will likely require parental consent for them to be able to sign up on the site and participate. Once your child has created their own account, it’s a good idea for you to monitor their participation. You could suggest that your child only take surveys while you are in the room, so you can review the questions and the answers they type in.
Also, remember that most survey sites only allow participation by children over the age of 13. If your child is younger than that, they will likely not be allowed to sign up on the site.
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