MarketForce is a mystery shopping company and they will pay you for completing mystery shopping assignments. Personally I am only actually signed up with a few mystery shopping websites and MarketForce is my main one.
Typically I find that there are usually at least 4 or 5 assignments in my area per week. I complete mystery shops most weeks and I usually just pick high value ones. Mystery shop that reimburse AND pays a nice fee as well are the best! I find quite a few of these in my area with MarketForce.
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 back into it now. My best ever month saw me earn nearly £100 but I am already well on track to have a fantastic May!
There are a number of ways that you can Swagbucks. I have written about different ways to earn quick Swagbucks before here. If you are not already a member of Swagbucks you can signup *here. This will earn me a bonus of 10% on top of your earnings.
Today I am going to be covering how you can make an easy £15-20 per month. This is just for running applications on a mobile phone. I use an *Alcatel Pop C1 for this purpose and this cost me just £20. I used £10 Clubcard vouchers and doubled up to get this completely free.
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 it was made promptly. As with most companies there are survey profiles to fill out. It is best to get these done as soon as you join. Survey profiles allow companies to send out relevant surveys and waste less of your time.
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 connection, a computer (PC, Netbook, Macbook or Laptop), with IE7 and above, Firefox 2 and above, Safari 3 and above or Google Chrome (The PC version).