Online Surveys are always recommended for stay at home mums, but why?
I have to say, I have always had a tendency to sneer a little bit when I see people looking for a side hustle and someone recommends “online surveys” however, if so many people recommend it then it should be checked out right?
I chose prolific as I always hear good things about them, and had actually already opened an account back in 2020. First things first, there was already £15 on my account from my last surveys. No idea why I left there!! As you might have seen from my other posts I’m down to approx. 0.18p for this month so I withdrew that right away!
The site itself is pretty user friendly, once you sign up you are asked to fill in a lot of questionnaires, everything from politics, to family to locations. I felt a bit cheated but they do this so you don’t need to go through the hassle of starting surveys only to be told you aren’t eligible.
Once that was complete, I waited. and surprisingly I didn’t have to wait very long at all for some surveys to appear. (if you use a desktop PC you don’t even need to refresh, you can browse other tabs with it open and wait to see a little (1) appear.
So for about 4 hours, I’ve kept my eye on the surveys. Done the ones that look bearable. And BOOM £6.69
Now I’m really lazy, & get bored pretty quickly. So I didn’t do all the surveys offered to me, but I am quite taken in with the idea that if I do about £6 a day this week, by Friday afternoon I will have around £20 to withdraw for some treats for the children over the weekend.
So I do quite like this one really, it is low effort and if you are just looking for a little bit of treat money for the children not a bad way to go about it.