Surveys, Samples, and Review Oh, My!

I think I’m going to start collecting all of my reviews in one place instead of spreading them out across the inter-webs. So expect a few of these added right away from past reviews, and I’ll continue to add to them as I collect new products and items to review.

To get things started, here are some of the programs that I work with as well as the survey companies I use to pick up a bit of extra pocket money. 🙂

1. Influenster – I’ve been reviewing with this company since about 2014! They have grown quite a bit in their offerings, community, and app over the last six years, and I’m excited to see where they go from here. They provides complementary products to review based off of your answers to survey questions. The surveys provide you with an option to qualify for all kinds of product campaigns, everything from high-end makeup to workout gear.

2. SurveySavvy – This site has tons of surveys, most with a monetary payout of between $1 – $40! The information they are requesting is based on your shopping habits, and they also offer a VPN based survey, this requires you to download an app on your phone and allow them to run your traffic through their VPN to provide information on your mobile use habits.

3. Google Opinion Rewards – This one is for Android Users. Once you sign-up, Google provides you with short 1 – 2 minutes of surveys based on your use of Google Assistant and shopping habits. They paid you a varied amount, typically between $0.10 – $1.00, which can be used in the Play Store.

4. Fetch Rewards – It’s a free app that you upload a photo of your grocery receipt in return for points, these points can be converted into gift cards. Per the company, “you’ll earn at least 1% on all listed brands and products, and gain access to exclusive offers that earn you even more points. No more entering codes, completing tasks, or jumping through any hoops! Just scan your grocery receipt, and get rewarded.” Overall, I really like this program – it’s straight forward, and they give you a summary at the end of each month of where you spend your money. Most of mine goes to Target, no surprise there. 😀

Affiliate links have been used; while there is no cost to you, I may receive a benefit from any program you sign-up for. Thank you for your support! 🙂