lilapopo wrote: Valerie, I think I am denied more surveys than the average person since I don't have small kids at home. A 68 year old in good health usually doesn't qualify for the health surveys. I get aggravated when they ask 20 questions and then say the survey is full. Really? Why not tell us that to begin with and not waste our time. Also why do they ask income. Do the people in the upper income brackets get more surveys. If I could buy luxury watches, cars, purses, etc., do you think I would be clicking for pennies? Also if I was at big shot working all day at a job and making executive decisions, I probably wouldn't need to be here either.
It just depends on the survey that is available.
If a company is wanting information to make more sales of their baby food, it is very
doubtful they are going to want you or I to answer their survey.
If a company is wanting information to make more sales of their arthritic pain medicine,
it is very likely you and I will qualify to answer their survey.
It just depends on the sector they want for their product.
The greatest population of buyers in general for products such as school snacks, pizza's,
candy, baby food, diapers, school clothes, etc is not going to be you or I. It is in fact
the people under 40.
The flip side is true, however. The people that buy more expensive real estate, second
homes, vacation houses, condo's, travel more, etc, is going to be people our age.
It just depends on the surveys. You can see in the forums how people are consistently
denied surveys no matter their age.
Oh hey, I just did a survey at ClixSenseResearch that took me all of 5 minutes or less
and was paid $2.00 for taking it PLUS received a $15 Amazon gift code within 24 hours
from that survey people. Ohhhh and it was for a specific group that had specific types