Have you heard of Google? O you have. Well, now you can add your opinions just by searching and providing feedback to the largest search engine and having your opinions heard.
Who would use Google Rewards?
Google rewards are for anyone looking to help google and the billions of people that use its services to accurately confirm that the right information is being displayed to the right audience.
How do you create an account?
Step 1. Download the google Rewards App.
Step 2. Once downloaded you’ll be given a quick walkthrough on the steps through to making points on Google rewards.
Step 3. Enter your details into the account set up information. You’ll be asked a range of questions then once completed you will be taken to your dashboard where you can start filling in surveys.
How do you make money?
The number of credits that you receive will vary from survey to survey and is dependent upon the number of questions and the time it takes to complete.
Answering questions in a certain way is not required to receive credit. The more honest you as a person can answer a specific question, the more valuable the opinion is, and as a result, you may receive more surveys or credit.
Google Opinion Rewards are run by market researchers. The frequency of receiving surveys may vary, and you do not have to answer every survey you receive.
How do you get paid?
You will get paid into google credits directly into your google account that you can use to purchase google products.
Are there any fees or subscription costs?
There are no fees or subscription costs.
Google Rewards is a new survey method that makes it easy to have your voice heard to a major corporation. The rewards are great especially if you are using google adwords or google play. I would strongly recommend this as it is easy to use and the rewards are very useful.
Where to try for yourself.
I tried the Google Rewards Platform and recommend everyone try it at least for their own opinion.
Please see below the link to know more about the Google Rewards platform.
Have you used it in the past? How would you rate it?