Who are we?
I became interested in survey and GPT sites a number of years ago. As a single parent running my own online marketing business, surveys seemed like a great way to spend evenings, taking me away from an endless work/work cycle but still being interesting, and earning some money to boot! After spending many hours being disqualified from surveys and earning £5 in about 2 months, I decided it wasn’t for me… In late 2016 I decided to give it another go, and spent a lot of time reading, learning and testing. By Jan 2017 I had developed a routine that went on to make me over £4000 in 12 months, spending around an hour a day and often having one week a month of doing next to nothing. I started the UK Swagbucks & More Facebook group, which developed into a massive support group for people using survey and GPT sites. The group now has almost 9000 members and is one of the friendliest and most helpful groups you’ll find on Facebook!
My favourite sites are Swagbucks and InstaGC – lots of things to do that don’t take time and attention and leave me to get on with my main job and family commitments. Prolific is great as it has more interesting surveys, and app wise i’m a massive fan of Attapoll.
I’m a wife and mum to 3 boys. I got into survey sites in April last year and was using it as a way to save money for a family holiday. I wasn’t getting very far and only earning about £20 a month. Then in June I joined the Facebook Group and am now averaging £300 a month, and with only putting about 1 hour a day in total into it. The group is great for alerts and notifications when there are offers and competitions on, but also a friendly support network and there is always someone online who will reply to you. Although I work from home, having three kids can limit the amount of time I am able to spend on the survey sites. That is why I love passive earnings, and there are plenty of possibilities available to earn passively. My biggest earners are Swagbucks, InstaGC as there are so many different earning opportunities on these two. I also like Prolific, because the studies on this site are different and more engaging than other sites.