Awaiting my most recent order of books ($100 value, which I got for free by using survey credits), I thought this an appropriate time to re-blog this post from nearly two years ago (*gasp* I’ve been blogging that long?!)
Instead of dragging my sorry butt to my two extra jobs as a market research interviewer, I now experience those surveys from the other side. I am one of those many people who answer online PAID surveys. Not a lot of money, but enough so I can keep myself in books, DVDs and computer games (and puppy toys!) – which is pretty much my life outside of my day job, anyway.
This morning, I received an offer to participate in a survey about “luxury goods.” I did not qualify for that survey [gasp of surprise!].
Come on, panderers to the rich, famous and wannabes – do you really think that people who are in the habit of buying “luxury goods” are likely to be online doing PAID surveys? For all of $1.00 or so? And for which $1.00 the respondent has to wait probably six…
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