MyView: Earn Prepaid Visa Cards with New Survey Company + Other Legit Market Research Companies

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Sign up for a new free survey website, MyView, and get rewarded for sharing your opinion through surveys.

Through MyView, you’ll have the opportunity to share your opinion on movie trailers, fashion trends, video games, health topics and more. As you complete surveys, you’ll earn MyView Points that can be redeemed for rewards: prepaid Visa cards are what is currently available, but they’re promising to offer additional options (other gift cards, donation opportunities, etc.) in the near future.

Each survey invitation includes a time estimate along with the number of potential MyView Points possible. Even if you don’t qualify for a survey, you’ll still receive points for trying. You’ll receive survey invitations via email, but can also access surveys by logging in to your MyView account.

Other Market Research Companies

It’s been a while since I’ve mentioned the other legit market research companies I know of, so here’s a list in case you’re interested:

American Consumer Opinion

Consumer Village by Gongos Research (this ranks up there with Pinecone, in my opinion, for quality survey companies)

Ipsos I-Say Panel: for Men

Ipsos I-Say Panel: for Moms

Ipsos I-Say Panel: for Young Adults

Ipsos I-Say Panel: for Everyone Else

Mindfield Internet Panels

MySurvey Panel

National Consumer Panel by Nielsen

OpinionMart (not taking applications currently)

Opinion Outpost

Pinecone Research: for 65+

Pinecone Research: for Hispanics

Survey Panel Group

Synovate Global Opinions Panel

Toluna

Valued Opinions (they pay out in gift cards to stores like Macy’s and Blockbuster versus others that pay in cash)

Your turn: Did you sign up for MyView? What other survey companies do you regularly use?

Comments

    • Amy C says

      I've been with NCP for over a year now and am sort of disappointed with it. It is sort of time consuming to scan all of the purchases each time you go shopping. In my area (Mpls), Cub foods is the only store that has prices pre-loaded. So every time I shop at Aldi, Target, CVS, etc… I have to manually enter the price of the item. It is also somewhat tricky to calculate when you use a lot of coupons and ECB. I've built up over 37,000 points but haven't ordered anything from their gift catalog yet. I'm not all that impressed with the selection.

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