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Top Paid Studies in Albuquerque


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Getting Started With Surveys & Studies

Albuquerque Paid StudiesThe first thing you need to do is find a good website or websites to pull work from. Choose ones like those above. Register for the website and then you will be asked to verify yourself by confirming your email. Next, you may be asked to complete an option profile questionnaire. This is used to match you with better surveys. That is it, just a couple steps and you are set up and ready to start earning.

Begin by picking the surveys that you would like to take. You will be able to see the time involved and the reward before you begin so be sure to choose the ones that pay the most for the least time. Complete your selected survey and you will earn points. You then cash out those points for money and/or gift cards. Take as many or as few surveys as you like, you will find that the selection is quite large.

Getting Paid For Your Study Work

Money is what it is all about, so how much can you expect to make? Most people in Albuquerque can expect to make around $100 to $400 a month. This is good money for a part time job that you can do at any time you like. Want to earn more? Take more surveys and work a bit harder. Most people also find that the longer they do the work, the faster they get and thus the more they can make.

Focus Group Work In Albuquerque

Focus group work is in high  demand and unfortunately the work is in short supply.  Why do so many people want to do this work? It is because, quite frankly, they pay more. You can earn about $25 an hour taking surveys in person or participating in discussion panels. The catch is that you have to be on their schedule and go to their facility. These jobs are also hard to get because their are fewer of them and market research companies in Albuquerque tend to stick with their regulars. Still, you should give it a go, so try to call as many companies as you can and get added to their lists. Here are some large Albuquerque market research companies to start with. Contact them and ask about getting added to their databases.

  • Consumer Eye
    505-239-8936
  • Research & Polling INC
    505-821-5454
  • Sandia Market Research
    505-883-5512

Getting Started With Focus Groups

The first thing you need to do is get on the database of just about every market researcher that you can. If you get lucky and get the call, you will be asked to arrive at their facility at a certain time. You and a group of other Albuquerque residents will be shown a product, service or maybe a hot new advertising campaign. You will examine the item closely and then be asked your opinion. You will tell them your likes, dislikes and perhaps improvements to the design that you would like. These meetings are normally recorded and possibly viewed live, in private, by a representative of the company.

Getting Paid For Focus Groups

So how much can you earn?  Most people will earn $30 to $100 per session. You might get more if you are a member of a unique and highly sought after demographic, a doctor perhaps. You can see that this can be good money but the drawback is that the work is hard to get. There are few jobs and many people want them. Here are a few ways to increase your odds.

  1. Get on as many databases as you can. The more hooks you have in the water the better chance of landing a fish.
  2. If selected, show up on time, well dressed and be polite. Also be sure to actively engage with the group.
  3. Fill out your questionnaire carefully. If asked to fill out a profile, do so completely and carefully so that you may be matched with more groups.

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