There are numerous survey companies out there, so do your research and pick a few that have good reviews, offer quick payouts, and have a number of surveys available. Since survey opportunities are not always in abundance, it’s best to sign up on at least 10 survey sites. So, keep looking until you have the names of at least 10-15 survey panels that you can register with.
Before you register with survey sites, it’s a good idea to create a dedicated email account for surveys. This will keep survey emails out of your personal inbox. Also, you won’t miss out on any important survey offers because your inbox is too cluttered.
After you create a new email account, you can go ahead and register with the sites you picked. When registering, you will likely need to provide some basic information about yourself, like your name, date of birth, contact number, email ID, mailing address, and gender. You may also be required to complete a profile survey. Some survey sites may require you to provide your PayPal® account details, so you can receive the money you earned.
When registering with a survey site, take a few minutes to go through the terms and conditions and guidelines mentioned so you are aware of what is required of you as a respondent. After your registration, most survey sites will send you a confirmation email that you’ll need to verify. It’s a good idea to add the site’s email address to your contacts or address book, so your email account provider doesn’t assume all emails from that account are spam.
Once you’ve completed the registration process in its entirety, you can start taking surveys and earning money.
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