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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Paid Surveys - 5th Part

This Week i am going to reveiw two survey programs,first program is conducted by
London Business School as a part of their research study and the second one is conducted by the famous yahoo. With these 2 reviews total no. reviews i have made
toched 24 programs. Try to join maximum no. of programs to maximise your earnings


The Online Lab of the London Business School is accepting registrants for upcoming experiments. Participants will be invited to take part in online studies in exchange for cash payments or lotteries. To participate you must be a fluent speaker of English and over 18 years old. Once you join them as a participant , you may occasionally receive an invitation to participate in a survey via email. You will be told the approximate duration of the experiment, and information on the payment you can expect to receive (whether it will be cash, a lottery, or a prize). You can decide whether you wish to participate in each study as you are contacted about it.

Payments are usually handled by PayPal. If you are already registered with PayPal, please use your email address linked to your PayPal account at the time of registration.

click this link to join LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL

24. Yahoo! User Research

Help yahoo shape the future of Yahoo! by joining their User Research program. Participants may receive $50 or more, depending on the type of research!.
Yahoo is looking for all types of people: Web novices and experts, Yahoo! users and non-users, people who use Yahoo! at home or at work, adults and teenagers ... everyone! Feel free to ask others to sign up too, especially those who are not yet on the Web!

Yahoo conduct research in many ways, such as:
• Visiting you at your location in a field study
• Inviting you to come into a Yahoo! office to participate in a usability study
• Speaking with you in a telephone interview
• Participating in an online focus group study
• Connecting with you with an online survey
You may choose which of these you prefer when you sign up.

Provide as much information as possible (name and telephone number are required), since it helps them ask you better questions. They will contact you by email or phone with more information about their next study.Please note that you may not hear from Yahoo very often, but don't worry -- you'll be on their list! . Depending on their research studies , they will query their database for potential participants. If you fit their criteria, they will contact you over a call or send an e-mail regarding the study.

click this link to sign up for Yahoo! User Research

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