Surveys And GPT tasks Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a survey and a “get paid to” task?
Fundamentally, the survey task focuses specifically on completing any given survey questionnaires.
You are required to complete the entire survey with genuine opinions before points and rewards are awarded.
On contrary, “get paid to” tasks focus on a broader array of multiple task combinations.
Some of the more common “get paid to” tasks are clicking on ads, answering surveys, playing games, browsing the internet, and signing up for an offer.
How many survey and “get paid to” platforms existed on the internet?
It’s impossible to identify exactly the number of these platforms on the internet.
However, there’s an ocean of them that existed right now at the time of writing.
Also, many untrustworthy platforms will shut down and disappear accompanied by the creation of new platforms dynamically.
With so many options for me to choose from, how do I go about choosing the right platform to participate in?
Generally, many of the existing platforms may disappear rather quickly.
My suggestion is to pick reputable platforms that have been established for some time, the longer the better.
Also, do pay attention to their trustworthiness of the payment status.
Do your research and choose only those that reward and pay on time and unfailingly.
I have limited time but I still want to reap rewards from the survey and “get paid to” platforms, what should I do?
You should skip those tasks that reward you with little points and only participate in those that are worthy.
For example, tasks such as clicking on ads and watching videos may consume your extra valuable time and effort with little compensation.
Skip these tasks to earn productively while saving time simultaneously.
Should I pay to participate in any of the surveys and “get paid to” tasks?
No. You shouldn’t be paying for any of the task participation even for the flagship survey tasks.
The market research industry works like this.
Countless product and service owners are passionate to keep up the innovation to satisfy their consumers.
That’s one of the reasons why these survey tasks existed.
You, as a participant only need to provide truthful opinions about a topic of questionnaires.
You don’t need to spend monetarily to earn within the market research industry.
How about the rented referral system?
Well, many “get paid to” platforms indeed have the options for you to rent referrals to maximize earnings.
I don’t recommend you to spend to rent referrals.
Here are the main reasons why:
- Your goal of participation is to earn extra income with your spare time, if you are here to earn then why spend? Right?
- Greed is a negative trait that will lead to financial losses. The entire survey and “GPT” arena have been designed to earn you some extra bucks on the side. They are not meant to make you rich and wealthy.
- So, if you do see any platforms offering lucrative earning through referral renting, stay away at all costs.
- These referrals are not proven to be effective task completers. Even worse, the referrals might be faked with some programming algorithms.
Meaning that there will be no real humans doing the tasks on their end.
Typically, those platforms that offer referral renting are not very promising in terms of reputation and trustworthiness. So, awareness plays a big role if you are determined to maximize earning within the industry.
How much can I potentially earn?
It depends and varies from one person to another.
It also highly depends on your willingness to participate, time availability, and to a certain extent, geographical locations.
Typically, if you are living in top-tier countries such as The United States, The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, you can expect more frequencies of quality paying survey tasks.
As to how much your potential income, it’s highly dependant on how much time you spend answering all the survey tasks.
Are there any tips for me to maximize the earning as well as the participation experience?
Yeah, there are.
Here are some of them.
Firstly, be as honest as possible. Dishonesty is prohibited in this industry.
It’s fairly understandable.
Surveys are meant to improve the quality of products and services, your genuine opinions matter.
They matter to a huge extent. So, truthfulness is the key to unlock a great participation experience.
Secondly, choose those platforms that are trustworthy and worthy of your time.
With so many of these platforms that existed on the internet, you certainly do have the luxury to ditch those that are fishy and untrustworthy.
Finally, choose the tasks wisely, especially if you have limited time to participate.
Ideally, your main focus should be on survey tasks.
They reward the most and are more meaningful to participate in.
What is profiling and is it important?
Well, you can consider profiling as a pre-qualification before participating in real surveys.
You see, many of the merchants and product owners do want genuine opinions from a user’s perspective.
Therefore, the “profiling” process is a questionnaire assessment before the real survey main courses are served.
Profiling is extremely important to identify your role in a survey participation session.
Ideally, you want to maintain truthfulness during profiling.
This is to ensure the quality of your opinions if you are chosen to participate in the real surveys.
Should I participate in the paid offer?
Paid offer is essentially a unique task that requires even more effort on your end.
Typically, it does require you to perform some sort of additional actions such as signing up for free trials, purchasing sample products, or simply achieving any specific task that the advertisers set.
Sometimes, it requires specific actions for some time.
For example, testing different phases of a product or service.
The decision to participate in the paid offer is fully based on your perspective.
If you find a particular product and service enticing, then signing up for those offers can earn you more rewards points.
How much time should I spend on the survey and “get paid to” tasks?
The answer is relatively subjective.
Ideally, it’s always a good idea to make prioritization in terms of time utilization.
If you are a big fan of the GPT industry, or if you would like to earn extra income on the side, then, spending one to two hours is sufficient to achieve your goal.
Regardless of how much time you decided to spend, it’s better not to prioritize the GPT tasks at the top.
This is because these tasks are not meant to make you wealthy neither substituting your primary income.
No, survey and GPT tasks are meant to reward you with a certain amount of points as an appreciation for your participation.
Therefore, one to two hours is more than sufficient.
Feel free to retweak your available time allocated for the tasks when you have other important things to accomplish.