Want to make some money online? I’ve got Just The Answer!

Just The Answer is a community of 100,000+ UK people. Just The Answer offer surveys and will reward you for your time.

Joining is free and very simple, you can do so by clicking here. By signing up you will receive your first 50 Answerpoints (worth 50p) absolutely free. In addition to this you will receive a free entry into the quarterly prize draw.

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Spare 5 update

I first wrote about Spare 5 back in December 2014 (you can read the post here). I made $70 for around 4 hours of work which was fantastic of course. I’m sharing with you today a Spare 5 update! Since that post, I have dipped in and out of using the Spare 5 app due to a lack of work each time I was checking. Recently I have noticed that more and more tasks have been available and thus I have been remembering to check the application at least daily, if not more.

Make money on the move with Spare 5. Read my Spare 5 update to find out how I'm getting on!

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Prolific Academic

Prolific Academic is a survey company that I love – it is one of my top 5! Each of the surveys on Prolific Academic pay a rate that is equal to at least £5 per hour. This is pretty high for survey companies. Most of the surveys are short and still highly paid. The highest one I’ve had was actually worth £20 and took me around 45 minutes. It involved playing a game and was great fun!

Make money with Prolific Academic

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How to avoid survey disqualifications

Receiving survey disqualifications can be super annoying. I get it! It can be very tempting to lie to try & avoid survey disqualifications. Here I give you my best tips on avoiding survey disqualifications.

How to avoid survey disqualifications

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What are survey demographics?

If you have ever completed an online survey then you may well have heard the phrase ‘survey demographics’ before. Survey demographics sometimes referred to as social demographics, are a set of questions, within a survey, designed to categorise participants.

Survey demographics usually cover basic information, which can include your age, gender, education level completed, ethnicity, household composition, and location. This information is then used by companies undertaking market research to help them categorise information.

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