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PineCone Research Paid Survey Signup Link

Here is the new PineCone Research signup link that I just received. In case you are not familiar with it, PineCone Research is an online research firm that gathers consumer opinions on new or existing products. Once becoming a member, you can participate in their studies and receive compensation for your time. The payout is […]

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Earn $20 Amazon Gift Certificate by Taking a Survey

I am not sure how trustworthy this is, but decided to share it with everybody who wants to give it a try. I got this email last night from a survey website that sends me surveys everyday (I think I registered with them before) but I never took any, but this one certainly looked interesting: […]

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Paid Survey Sites: My Review

I joined many paid survey panels back in June and July before I started this Diary, trying to collect some extra money in my pocket once in a while. At the beginning I really had fun doing some of the surveys and was happy to get paid for a few bucks for 10 to 20 […]

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Brand Institute Survey Review

I have signed up with some online paid survey sites, such as Greenfield Online, SurveySpot, SurveySavvy, Your2Cents, and Brand Institute, for more than a month and my overall experience with them so far was OK. Yes, many times I didn’t qualify for the paid surveys and I passed a lot surveys that only rewarded me […]

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Will You Do Paid Survey for Money?

During the internet boom of the late ’90s, you could find all kinds of money-making websits that pay you to simply click links on their websites, or install a small banner on your computer and let it run when you are surfing the internet. Easy money indeed. I can still remember a couple of names, […]

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Ebates.com Review: Get Paid for Shopping Onlne

My Ebates.com account was created nearly three years ago. However, I haven’t used it for a while (for more than two years) until recently I re-discovered this site and decided to use it whenever possible. I already spent the money, why not get some back? So early last month, I opened two Sharebuilder.com accounts, one […]

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