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Paid Market Research – Online Surveys

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What are paid online surveys? 

Paid online surveys can be completed in your own time, from your own device and usually do not require you to speak with a researcher. The length of the surveys will often vary, but this will be communicated to you before you take part. Our surveys are designed to be relevant and targeted, making sure you answer questions that matter to you, while providing us with valuable information.

With our commitment to becoming the UK’s first truly inclusive market research community, we have recognised the need to include paid online surveys as a method of collecting data from a large number of diverse participants. Paid online surveys allow us to include a large, varied sample of people in our research, meaning we can gather a wide range of opinions and experiences at one time.

What to expect on the day?

Once you have been accepted for a paid online survey, we will send you all the information you need to explain the process and timeframes to take part. Online surveys typically take between 5-20 minutes of your time to complete, depending on the project. Although online surveys can be completed in the comfort of your own home and from your own device, we are always on hand to help you through the process if you need.

After you have successfully completed the survey, you will receive payment of your agreed incentive within 14 days.

If you do not have access to a device that you could complete the survey from or feel you won’t be able to complete it on time, you can always get in touch with us for help and support.

Want to take part in paid research?

Sign up to become a Research Helper and we’ll send you information about upcoming paid research projects. You can also apply to take part in one of our current research projects. 

Want to find out more? We offer a range of research methods to help organisations understand how to improve their services. Other examples of paid research you can take part in are focus groups, telephone interviews, and usability research.