Harris Poll Online is the Internet-based survey website of Harris Poll. It is one of the biggest and oldest market research companies in the world. It has been around for more than 40 years. It is based in New York and has a solid reputation in Better Business Bureau. Its online platform is available in no less than 80 countries with six million respondents.
In paid survey’s standards, Hiving is relatively new. It began in 2009 and is owned by a market research firm based in France. Despite the short amount of time, it already has a presence in more than 15 countries.
When it comes to paid survey sites or apps, Swagbucks is as prevalent as the internet itself and we’re not exaggerating. The site boasts of having more than 15 million members who have earned enough Swagbucks to cash out more than $380 million in free gift cards!
Survey Rewardz is a paid surveys website that is owned and backed by the reputable company, Points2Shop. They do not provide their own surveys but instead source surveys from survey companies and offer them to you if you match the criteria.
In addition to being one of the oldest paid survey sites ever to grace the internet, MySurvey also claims to be the world’s Number 1 Paid Survey Site and boasts of having more than 4 million members in 40 markets across the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. As of 2014, the site has paid out more than $32 million.
Shopper’s Voice is a customer survey site that shower you with tons of rewards from coupons to free samples that are tailored to what you like. It used to publish its surveys on paper but has since moved to an online platform.
InboxDollars is perhaps one of the more popular paid survey sites that’s available both online and in a convenient little app for your mobile devices. The paid survey site itself has an excellent reputation among other online money-making sites and has reportedly paid out more than $30 million since 2006.
MyPoints is a primarily cashback site, though it does offer other forms of earning opportunities such as completing paid surveys and watching videos, which uses a points-based system to pay out rewards to its users. The site has a good cash-out track record despite having a rather low points-to-cash exchange rate.