Your Word, another paid survey panel, that pays it's members to take surveys.

micheal By micheal, 24th Sep 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1jvjf82p/
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This article will let you know about My Word, which is a online paid survey panel which claims to pay it's members cash, in exchange for there opinions, given in the form of surveys. There are many sites like this online, some are good, and some not so, so read on and find out how I have found this site since joining.

Paid surveys online

Doing paid surveys online, can be a very easy way for people to earn some cash online. The great thing I think, is that the amount of money you make with paid surveys and market research, will ultimately come down to you. The more sites you are signed up for, then the more surveys you will be sent, and the more cash you will make. I am amazed of the amount of survey panels there actually are around on the net. There are the more popular sites that have a lot of advertising on the internet, that most people have heard of but then there are a whole host of other one's which are a little less popular.

Just because they are less popular though, does not actually mean they are not good, it just means they advertise less, and have a smaller amount of people taking surveys for the panel, this can actually be a good thing sometimes. One of the sites I joined a couple of months back, and have been taking surveys for, is Your Word, and so far I have found taking surveys for them to be a great experience.

Your Word

Your Word is a site which was formed in the U.S, in New York and the company behind the site is called Hall and Partners LLC. Hall and Partners LLC, is a massive research company which now has offices all around the world, so this is a very legit company, so I think we can safely say, that this is a legit paid survey panel. Although the company that run's this site, is international, with offices all around the world, I do think that at the moment, Your Word survey panel, only accepts people who are from either the U.S, or the U.K.

This site reminds me very much of a fair few other survey panels that I work for, as the site has a similar feel, and look to it. The sites which it reminds me of are sites like, EffectiveOpinions, Mobrog, QuestMindshare, Opini UK and a couple of others. When signing up for Your Word, you will be given 50 pence, which will help you along when starting out. One of the thing's which I really like about the site, is that if you are ever fazed out of a survey, they will compensate you with ten pence, it makes being fazed out a little easier to deal with in my opinion.

Another good thing about the site, is that they have a pretty low redeem limit, and when you have earned just five pounds, you can then get hold of your earnings. They don't pay out with Paypal at the moment, but instead offer you Amazon gift cards, or other gifts cards such as Home Depot, iTunes, Restaurant gift cards, tango and even retail e-vouchers. In my opinion, Your Word is a pretty good survey panel, to take surveys for. They usually send me two to three surveys a week, so it does not take very long to hit there redeem limit. A paid survey panel, well worth giving a go in my humble opinion, and one I have personally already been paid from twice.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
24th Sep 2014 (#)

I will try this one too my dear Micheal, thanks!

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
24th Sep 2014 (#)

I will try this one too my dear Micheal, thanks!

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author avatar micheal
24th Sep 2014 (#)

okay fern thanks for your comment

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
25th Sep 2014 (#)

I will definitely check it out. Thanks

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author avatar micheal
25th Sep 2014 (#)

your welcome Nancy

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author avatar spirited
30th Sep 2014 (#)

Your word, my word, I might look at this one then, thanks Micheal

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author avatar spirited
30th Sep 2014 (#)

"only accepts people who are from either the U.S, or the U.K"

this is still correct us aussie's miss out here.

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