Well on a good note January was a lot better then December. It seemed like December so not good earning wise for me because so much was happening. Funky sleep schedule and working outside the home and of course the holidays. I did not meet all my goals for January but it all is a work in progress. Here is a look at my earnings:
January Earnings Pinecone Research - $12.00 Prolific Academic - $11.00 - $17.31 is the amount after conversion to CAD Usertesting - $13.00 - $16.55 is the amount after conversion to CAD TheForumWheel - $0.25 cents Total: $46.11
Not a horrible month all in all for earnings. I do wish I had of earned more but a lot of sites I use have payment rules where you need for instance $5.00 or $10.00 until you can cash out. I was not showing conversions before but figured I would since this shows the real earnings once I transfer the sent currency to my own.
I have a feeling with hard work I can earn more in February but I don't want to pressure myself too much. After all …
Today while using MintVine something happened that has never happened to me before while using a survey website. So I had to share this because it is a big deal to me. I took 2 full screenshots to share them with everyone.
If you look at the picture there is some yellowish looking text letting me know the survey is not performing well for targeted audiences. I decided to continue just to see how it would go, I mean I figured, why not?
It might be hard to tell or see. But in this second picture the box where I would continue to the survey won't let me click it. I even waited a while too and still couldn't. Annoying well of course! But what wasn't annoying was having MintVine share that there was problems with the survey.
You know I can't think of any survey company as of lately posting something to let us know. So this made me impressed with MintVine and like them even more as a earning website.
My earnings have gone down with MintVine actually but it was be…
I have been asked this before when I was promoting Prolific Academic because I love the site so much and it is not really a survey site so much. Well it is and isn't, some surveys may want you to write out responses to questions, some are click and choose task and so on. They are quite interesting compared to a boring beverage survey for example.
The biggest thing seems to be demographics and some people seem to think it is country based which sometimes is true but not always. I was taking a look into their FAQ page and found this "Please note that many studies have eligibility criteria. This means that
sometimes only certain demographics are required (e.g. 20-30 year old
female Astrophysics students from Germany, to give one example). - Take from Prolific Academics http://support.prolific.ac/article/51-who-can-participate-in-studies-on-prolific-academic "
I picked the above example because even though yes it is showing Germany as the target country it also is showing…