Online surveys have been around for a while now, but many Nigerians are not aware of how to make money through this avenue because of the limitations that come with participating in these surveys, however, this is something we will be discussing in this article.
What are online surveys?
Online surveys are questionnaires set by organisations to get the opinions of their target audience, with the aim of improving their services and possibly expand their range of offerings to accommodate the needs of this audience.
These surveys are generally shared on the internet, allowing the target audience of these companies to fill out forms containing specific questions that seek to draw important data.
Once the questions are answered and are gathered by the company, experts, hired by the firm, get to analyse these data, which are further channeled into improving the company’s services, as they get to learn more about the people that they serve.
Online surveys vary in length and format, but most are quite quick to fill, and they come with financial rewards, and can be taken in your spare time.
In this article, we will be curating a list of survey platforms that collate surveys from various companies and pay individuals who answer the questions provided by these companies.
It is also important to note that the listed sites are Nigerian-friendly, meaning that Nigerians can partake and receive their money, without being restricted to PayPal.
Surveys on this platform usually do not take more than five to ten minutes and new users get $1 upon subscribing to the service.
You can receive payment using PayPal and other payment options as provided by the platform.
Added benefits include a $25 bonus for referrals. What this means is that once you refer a friend to the service, you receive $25 for every time that they make withdrawals.
This remains the most popular of them all, as users get a wide variety of survey options. You get to watch videos, play games, and, of course, take surveys. Each of the activities you carry out on the platform earns you an allocated sum.
You can make withdrawals on Swagbucks through PayPal and Amazon gift cards.
For all our crypto enthusiasts, this is one online survey platform you want to get on because you earn bitcoins for every survey you complete.
On the platform, you get to play games, take surveys, click on ads to earn, among other channels to get rewarded.
You are provided with a pool of earning options on this online survey platform. Also known as ClixSense, you can partake in paid surveys and enjoy cash bonuses like thousands of others from across the globe.
According to the platform, when you refer your friends (or family), you get to earn 30 percent of what they make, which is a form of commission for the referral.
Users are allowed to take multiple surveys per day, however, there are restrictions to some surveys you can partake in based on your place of residence.
On this platform, users get access to a range of financial rewards through various survey channels such as reading the news, calls and chats, paid offers, and so on.
The best thing about the platform is that you get paid not only through Paypal but also through mobile credit, bank transfers and charity donations.
As a Nigerian, you could be limited to a few surveys on this platform, which serves as the only catch.
What’s better than WowApp for Nigerians? It’s HiringSurvey, why? Because the creators have a dedicated site for Nigerians, making it easier to tailor their survey questions and payment options to survey takers.
Another site that allows Nigerians to partake in their surveys and offers 500 points upon registration on the platform. Also, you get to refer up to 10 friends monthly to the platform for more points.
Tasks on this platform take between 15 and 20 minutes to complete and you get paid once you are done.
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