iPoll (formerly SurveyHead) Legitimate
iPoll, formerly known as Surveyhead, offers you money for completing surveys. It also has an app for your smartphone, so you can complete surveys on the go. It is a legitimate site, I have been trying it to see whether it is worth a try?
WHO IT IS FOR
You have to be 17 years of age to be eligible, and it is open to the majority of countries. Some sites suggest there is a $5 bonus for joining, but this wasn’t available for me. There was a 50p bonus for completing the opening questionnaire.
HOW IT WORKS
In essence, you complete surveys and receive money for completing them.
It tells you how long the survey will take and how much you will receive for completing it beforehand. So I would suggest you look at the time it will take and for how much, rather than just looking at the amount you will receive.
A pre-survey determines whether you qualify for any surveys and these are shown for you to complete.
Some surveys also trigger your entry into a prize draw. See example below:
You can select to receive the rewards via a verified PayPal account, Amazon gift-cards, or iTunes gift-cards. The minimum amount you can select to receive is £25 or $50.
- Legitimate company
- Has a mobile app
- Make money from answering questions
- Easy to use
- The right surveys will pay more
- It could take a while for you to reach the threshold of £25 to receive funds, or a lot of surveys.
- It can take a month for the money to appear in your PayPal account.
It is free to join, and as there is a mobile app, you could be earning money whilst on the commute.
FINAL OPINION/VERDICT – Is it Worth It?
I found some aspects of iPoll good and some aspects not so good. Let me explain. I signed up and completed an 11minute survey, answering a multitude of questions from what car I drive, to what is my industry, job, number of people at my employer, etc. Which earned me £0.50.
A number of the questions were effectively the same question. I.e. How old is your child was asked twice, but with different ranges? 0-1, 2-3, 3-4 and then 0-2, 3-5. But if you don’t mind a bit of repetition, you can earn some money doing surveys.
Also another point to consider is that you have a pre-survey to complete to determine what surveys you qualify for. So if you aren’t fitting the range they want, you won’t get a survey to complete.
It is a way to make money, and is relatively easy, so I would recommend you try it, and spend some time completing surveys.
If you want to earn money from completing you surveys, you may need to invest some time in it, or use more than one survey site.
Have you had an experience with iPoll, I would love your feedback.
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