Friday, July 06, 2012

MindField Online Internet Panels

Surveys are one of those types of opportunities that you love or hate. I happen to love them, but that doesn't mean I do each and every survey that is delivered to my inbox. I pick and choose the surveys I do, based on the topic and incentive. While each survey in itself doesn't pay a whole lot, they do add up! When deciding if a particular survey and incentive is worth my time, I think of it in terms of hourly pay. So, for example: if a survey says it will take 20 minutes to complete and it pays $1.00, the hourly pay would be $3.00/hour. Each person is different and each person must decide which opportunities are worth their time.

What is MindField Online?
MindField Online is a data collection and research firm that is owned and operated by McMillion Research, LLC, which has been in business for almost 30 years. They collect user opinions on the latest trends in health, electronics, entertainment, and grocery brands. Like other survey sites, MindField Online relies on the opinions of the general public to steer their clientele in the right direction when it comes to their marketing campaigns.

How Do I Make Money?
You earn money with MindField Online by completing surveys that are delivered straight to your inbox. Each survey will have an incentive listed and an estimated length of time, and you can choose to participate or not. Once you complete the survey, the incentive is credited to your account within 10-14 days of the survey quota being met (they have received the number of surveys they need). The cashout threshold depends on the form of payment you choose. If you choose a check, the threshold is $20.00. If you choose an Amazon giftcard, or paypal, the threshold is only $5.00. They also say if you merge your Facebook account with them, that there is no payment threshold for Amazon giftcards, so you can cashout at $1.00!

Earning Potential
The payment for each survey at MindField Online depends on the length and the particular study. Typical incentive amounts I've seen is anywhere from $1.00 to $2.00 for a 10-15 minute study. I have seen them go up from there, though. 

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