Opinionsite is an relatively new online survey panel. As a member of the Opinionsite community, you can earn cash and other exciting rewards by participating in market research surveys. Membership is free and participation is completely up to you!
Who is Opinionsite?
Opinionsite is part of the Universal Survey group of companies. Founded in 1997, Opinionsite is one of the largest independent and privately held market research data collection companies.
OpinionSite – A service of Universal Survey Center, Inc.
218 West 40th St, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10018
Who can Join Opinionsite?
- Minimum Age Requirement: 13 years old
- Open to Country: United States
What are the rewards?
Opinionsite uses a point system – members earn points for completing online surveys, and you can redeem your points for a cash reward paid by check. They are working on adding additional reward options.
Once you have earned 14,000 points, you can redeem a $10 check.
Update (April 2015): Received email – Opinionsite will be adding rewards options of gift cards such including amazon, walmart and itunes etc.
My Review of Opinionsite
I joined Opinionsite panel on March 1st, 2014. I received about 3 – 4 surveys invites so far. I didn’t qualify for any of the surveys, but I have managed to earn 4350 points.
You earn 1400 points just for registration, then 2800 points for filling out profile surveys. Also I earned 50 points for each survey I tried but disqufalifed. So total I earned 4350 points! That’s not bad!
Following please see my account point details:
How do I get started?
To get started, just sign up with Opinionsite Panel.
After you finish signing up, you will receive an email from Opinionsite asking you to confirm your membership. Once you click the clink in the email you are automatically rewarded 1400 points ($1).
After you confirm your registration you will be able to take your first survey (profile survey) and earn your first 2800 points worth $2!
Opinionsite will send you survey invites or you can also find available surveys in the “Surveys” section on OpinionSite.