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Prolific Academic Update – Find out just how I’m getting on!

I first wrote about Prolific Academic back in February 2015. I have grown to love Prolific Academic and most of their studies are fantastic. If you want to sign up you can do so *here. I thought it was about time I gave my readers a Prolific Academic update.

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Earn a little extra with Survey Network surveys

Survey Network is a survey company that I have been a member of for a few years now. In 2015 I started to unlock the earning potential with this company. Since then I have been able to cashout £20 per fortnight with the potential for more earnings. Survey Network sends an email containing links to …

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Become a WhatUsersDo tester

WhatUsersDo is a fantastic company that pays you to test online or interactive content for their clients. Examples of items they pay to test include websites and mobile applications. In the last year I have been a WhatUsersDo tester sporadically at times. I had a problem with Java, which prevented me from testing, but recently I have got …

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MintVine (now known as Branded Surveys)

Recently I have been on the lookout for new survey websites. One website that I have come across is Mintvine (now known as Branded Surveys). MintVine (now known as Branded Surveys) is *free to join, like almost all of the sites that I write about. Payments are made via Paypal and while I’ve only had one so far …

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An update from a WhatUsersDo tester

Around six months I wrote a post here about being a WhatUsersDo tester. WhatUsersDo testers are paid to test online or interactive content. If you are an English speaker you are allowed to sign up as a WhatUsersDo tester. Testers are paid £5 tests performed on mobile, tablet and computer based devices. You will require a broadband …

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i-Say

i-Say is a slow burning survey website for me. My regular readers will know that I talk about ‘slow burning’ websites quite frequently. These websites are ones where I may only cashout once a month, or sometimes less. Obviously this doesn’t make me rich but these vouchers usually pay for Christmas, Birthdays and Anniversary gifts …

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