When you first start out, it is common to have the false impression that you can receive and complete tons of paid surveys every day. While you may set a schedule to complete a certain number of surveys every day, the truth is you may not be able to. Other than having the patience to wait for survey invitations, you’ll need to put in some effort and face “rejections” as well.
For every survey you attempt, you will be brought through an initial screening process. This generally consists of demographic information or questions about the use of products or services that may be featured in the survey. If your answers do not fulfill the respondent criteria for a particular survey, you will be screened out and ineligible to earn rewards from it.
But There’s a Silver Lining
Survey panels often look for specific groups of people with certain buying habits or demographics, so it’s impossible for someone to fit the respondent criteria of every single survey. However, most survey panels will offer you a small monetary compensation or an entry to win their contest, as an appreciation of your time.