It can be a common occurrence with survey panels, you go to respond to a new survey invitation, only to find you do not qualify, sometimes you’re asked to complete a set of “pre-screening” questions. The idea behind these is to determine your suitability for the survey.
Remember companies are paying big bucks for your opinions, and want to be sure you are the type of person they need. For example if I’m a company selling car related products, and the people answering the survey don’t own a car, then I am getting completely irrelevant results.
The most frustrating part of survey disqualification is that for the large majority of survey panels, new survey opportunities don’t always come thick and fast.
Some give out a few new surveys per month, others perhaps one or more a week. To find you did not qualify for a survey can mean you miss out on any earnings for some time..
With that said, here are 5 easy tips to avoiding paid survey disqualification:
Survey disqualification can be frustrating and can feel like a huge setback, but there are things you can do to improve your chances and help to avoid disqualification. With these tips you should have some advantage over the rest!
What do you do to avoid survey disqualification? Do you have any other suggestions? Leave your response in the comments below.
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