Right off the bat, I'm going to say that PaidViewpoint will not make you rich. It'll probably give you a little extra for groceries once every couple of weeks but that's it.
Still with me? Okay. Read on.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Paid Viewpoint, it is a website offering paid surveys. They've been around since 2011. Now, I've tried a few of these survey sites before and never really stuck with any of them because the surveys were too long for what they were willing to pay, and a lot of times, some sort of error happens in the middle of 10 minute long survey and you end up not getting paid after wasting your time. PaidViewpoint is a bit different. The surveys are much, MUCH shorter. And so far I have not had any problems with them. And like most of these sites go, you can earn by referring people.
They have something called Traitscore surveys on top of the product surveys. These are simple surveys sent to the user from time to time to make sure that you're consistent with the answers you give them about your demographic. Each time you complete a Traitscore survey consistently, your Traitscore gets higher and you get more chances to earn higher with the actual surveys. The key is to be honest and consistent with these things. I like that they have this as it helps guarantee that we users are trustworthy, making us more reliable for market research and ultimately companies will see that we deserve to get paid for our opinions.
If you're living in the Philippines like me, or some other country outside of the US or Canada, chances are you won't make a whole lot of money on this YET because apparently, they don't have enough users in our area yet to send us the actual surveys from companies. So far, I've only gotten $3.88 from them and I've been a member since December 2012. If we get enough people to sign up though, they'll start taking notice that the Asian consumers do have buying power and should be included in their market research. So I do encourage you to sign up and hopefully our patience will pay off.
If you're living in the US or Canada, go right ahead and sign up. I've done quite a bit of research and they seem like a totally legit way to make some extra cash online.