Five Reasons I Love Answering Surveys On Paid Viewpoint

Paid Viewpoint is a survey site I've been using for years now, and I really, really like it!

It's not like any other survey site I've ever used, and this is really a good thing. Here's a quick rundown of all the reasons I actually do enjoy answering surveys there:

5 Reasons Paid Viewpoint is a Great Survey Panel

1 – The surveys are short.

I don't think I have ever spent more than 2 minutes answering questions on Paid Viewpoint.

2 – The surveys pay you in cash.

Enough said here. Who wants redeemable points when you can get paid in cash money instead?

3 – You can see your money build up as you answer survey questions.

When you're taking surveys (not the demographic questions), you can see your account balance increase with each set of questions answered. This motivates you more to actually finish the survey.

4 – You don't spend five to ten minutes trying to qualify for a survey only to get kicked out with no reward.

You read that right! Screening out just doesn't happen here.

5 – And finally, they pay you in Paypal and the cash out threshold is just $5.

Paypal is by far my favorite way to get paid, and $5 is a pretty low threshold considering that many other survey sites won't even pay you anything until you have $30 to $50. When that is the case, many people give up before they ever reach payout.

I know that answering surveys for cash is just extra money and not something you can expect to ever be super profitable with, but I don't mind occasionally answering questions for Paid Viewpoint from time to time. In fact, I actually get excited to see an invite from them in my email.

So far, I have mostly been getting invitations to fill out demographic info. Still, this does not take long and they give me 10 cents every time I do it.

I am hoping that in the future I'll begin to get more invites for actual surveys which take an equally small amount of time to do for this site and pay a good bit more.

One thing I should address is that when you sign up, they DO ask for your mobile phone number. This is so they can verify your account and ensure that you don't create multiple accounts as this is not allowed.

However, I have not received any texts/calls from them apart from the initial verification process and I have been a member here for a little over a month. But if you are not comfortable giving this info out, then by all means you shouldn't.

May Not Work For Visually Impaired People

One of my readers, Betsy, emailed me with the following information:

I am visually impaired and use screen reading software which usually isn’t too much of an issue, but when I tried to sign up for Paid Viewpoint I found it to be almost completely inaccessible and the register button was nowhere to be found. I wrote them about this and they emailed back to let me know that they have had other screen reader users contact them about the same issues. They said that at this time that even if I could manage to sign up, I probably couldn’t complete most of their surveys because of the graphics intensive nature of their site.

So, this is something to keep in mind if you are visually impaired and are considering signing up here.

How do you get started?

You can go here to sign up. Good luck and I hope it turns out to be a great side-earner for you!

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57 thoughts on “Five Reasons I Love Answering Surveys On Paid Viewpoint”

  1. Hi. When I tried registering for Paid Viewpoint just now, after typing in my e-mail address and password, it doesn’t do anything when I click the ‘Register’ button. It’s asking me if I have an activation bonus code (I do not). Is THAT what I need in order to register? I’m confused.

  2. Just signed up and this site is absolutely amazing. This is the perfect site to get you a few extra dollars at home while you have nothing to do. Stop wasting your time reading pointless statuses on facebook and sign up today. Here is my referral link if you would like to sign up.

  3. I just started using this site and like it so far. I heard about them because I am already a member at instant cash sweepstakes and they are owned by the same people. I already like them, so I thought this one seemed like a good option too!

    Here is my referral link for paidviewpoint:

    And if you are interested in joining instant cash sweepstakes, here is that referral link:

  4. In paidviewpoint wins is usually 3 cents per survey, but the person responds and its TraitScore vai increasing and when you get to 9000 the earnings increase. Here is a survey receives per day + or – and not tired because nothing is only 10 questions geralmente.Em gives 30/2 to answer the 10 questions.
    Try to be as much the right answers, for example: they ask you today, how old are you? you answer 18 if tomorrow or in a few days they ask you the same thing, you have to give the same answer.
    They use questions to see how well ex verdadeiro.Inscreva up for free:
    Ao te inscreveres por esse link eu dou-te 82 cêntimos. o código de ativação é: TGZWhA3UsayG7TiZond

  5. I’ve been on this site for about 2 weeks and quickly found out this survey site is unique in it’s structure. The money comes slow, but extremely easy to earn. It’s already in MY top five survey sites without me even cashing out yet. Anyone with simple business insight can see the earning potential. Not to mention the referral program….Sign up w/ this one!! Take this shortcut:

  6. This is the only survey site I am using from now on!!! I get actual surveys once per week unfortunately by the time I logon, they are gone. Geeze I think they must send the notices at midnight 🙂

    Like the review stated, shortest survey site ever. I seem to get the same 10 questions every single day, just worded a different way. This site is a no brainer. Now all I need are referrals.

  7. Thanks for the referral, OP. I just signed up and I love the interface. I’ve never been much of a fan of survey sites because they are so bland and downright boring and tend to not offer much in compensation in exchange for the tediousness. I’m hoping for the best with this one. So far so good. Since I used your referral link, I hope you don’t mind if I do some referring of my own, but for a different site – Swagbucks – I love all of my free gifts with free shipping and due to the nature of my WAH job, all the $5 Amazon gift cards I’ve racked up. It’s a great site and you likely already know about it.

    • That’s totally fine Victoria. I don’t mind reader referral links at all 🙂 Swagbucks is another one that I use a lot. I’ve been able to get at least 1 to 2 $5 Amazon codes per month, actually more than that if I use their site every time for searching the web.

  8. OOPS! SORRY! You can delete all those doubles if you want! It wasn’t showing my comments so I freaked out a little bit! I’m NOT trying to SPAM! 🙁

  9. I just joined (Literally 5 minutes ago) and already have $1.45… this is how I got it:
    -$1.10 for filling out all the registration questions (including registering my phone number-that was only $.10 though and I don’t know if it is required or not)
    -$.25 for a bonus code (which I will give at the end of the post)
    -$.10 for my first demographical questionaire
    I would really appreciate it if you guys would register though my link considering I’m basically giving you $.25! That’s all I’m asking (lol) My link is:

    • Agreed Gidget. Some of the Get Paid To sites have surveys that continually ask you to sign up for things, but I don’t think it’s a requirement that you must in order to get your money. I mostly avoid those though and stick to the ones like these that pay you for nothing more than your opinion.

  10. I have tried paid surveys before though not this particular site. With all of the other sites, you are required to sign up for a bunch of stuff to take the survey. Things that cost you money monthly. Is this the way that paid view point works? If so, then not worth it to me. If not, I am interested.


    • No, you don’t have to sign up for anything at all. I have never been asked to. I get email invitations about once a day to visit their site and answer little questions. And after I’m done, the money goes into my account. I have never been asked to do anything other than just answer questions.

  11. I always get a lot of product tests too. Almost always they ask me if I would be interested in testing the product and I receive it within a few days.

  12. I use Paid Viewpoint and so far I am LOVING it. I am getting at least 1 survey a day and should be able to cash out soon. I love seeing the balance increase and I LOVE how fast the surveys are. Just wanted to say that you can sign up using a land line if you don’t want to give out your cell. That is what I did. Here is my referral link if anyone wants to sign up.


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