suraraj wrote: Ysense admin must be ashamed to send survey invites with 0 cents. Very bad.
Admin is not SENDING anything it's the API, it's likely an issue with the invite getting the survey pay rate OR an issue at the origin and of course the horrible QA / management here. They should add something in code that automatically isolates those $0 surveys for inspection, I have a feeling that the code base (core) is sloppy and really not optimised for GPT - I've never seen so many issues like that on ClixSense, and yet CS was a one man show, he did all the coding, and as much as Prodege found it sloppy, it still worked - This site would be a good candidate for one of those external crowd sourced QA testing sites, there are many theories about the $0 surveys,
1) They could be misreported
2) They could be surveys so low paid at the origin, that after ySense's cut, you are left with 0
Come on, nobody is curious here ? Has anybody ever clicked on a $0.00 survey and completed, what did they get paid ?
I would do it, if only I got any surveys invite that is, not even getting the $0 ones. Who knows, could be a $10 survey, could be a $100 survey could be a 1 cent survey
in fact I have a good idea, why not just mask all the survey pay rates and make it a mystery - OR a deal or no deal - when you click on the invite, you are given 2 choices, 1) Accept the current survey pay rate OR accept a MYSTERY rate that will be disclosed at the END of the survey, BUT the twist, the mystery amount can be HIGHER than the original survey rate OR it can be lower by up to 50%........and a way to sustain this would be through simple math - to ensure the site does not lose money.
You see this is the type of brainstorming that one comes up with during a rainy day