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QUESTION Shortest survey or most points?

Sprite1950

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#1
When I answer a survey I always go for the type that can be done in the shortest length of time. Sometimes the longer ones will offer a greater number of points but if I weigh it up I know I could get halfway or even the whole way though the survey and then be disqualified.

When you answer a survey which do you prefer, the one that will give you maximum points or the one that takes the least time?
 

Sprite1950

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#5
I like TapResearch as they have plenty of short surveys and reward you for attempting them even if you don't qualify. I also like Peanut Labs although I do notice they say a survey is 10 minutes long and then you find when you get into it that it's much longer. Annoying,
 

camisa74

How to Stretch the American $$
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#7
When I answer a survey I always go for the type that can be done in the shortest length of time. Sometimes the longer ones will offer a greater number of points but if I weigh it up I know I could get halfway or even the whole way though the survey and then be disqualified.

When you answer a survey which do you prefer, the one that will give you maximum points or the one that takes the least time?
Would you please send me your referral link for the surveys... I hate those long surveys.. thank you
 

Tahtah33

Do what makes you happy!!
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#9
Short surveys cause it seems to me that they say the length of the survey be 15 mins and it turns in to 25 mins a 30 min survey turns into a hr lengthy survey or maybe it's just me and my highest paying survey took about 15 mins and that was a shock cause normally the least time it takes to complete be the ones with the lowest reward so I lucked up that time
 

morgoodie

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#12
I like surveys that I can get all the way through. LOL. It is hard to say because I want the highest amount of points I can get, but I don't want to spend my lifetime on one survey. I love Tap Research surveys too. Although, more times than not I get booted from the survey for one reason or another, but I still get some kind of reward from them. The other day I clicked on a survey for 420 points and of course, I had to go the runaround of finding a survey that fit my demographics. Finally, I was given a survey and I kid you not, it was one question and I completed it and got the 420 points. I am like yeah give me more of those. LOL
 

Jeanette2091

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#13
I always start with the surveys with most posts. I don't care about how many minutes they take, but I will be annoyed if I get disqualified in the middle or in the end.
 

jipsyjo30

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#15
When I answer a survey I always go for the type that can be done in the shortest length of time. Sometimes the longer ones will offer a greater number of points but if I weigh it up I know I could get halfway or even the whole way though the survey and then be disqualified.

When you answer a survey which do you prefer, the one that will give you maximum points or the one that takes the least time?
I prefer shorter surveys. Fifteen minutes or less. I'll try the longer ones if the points value is high enough to compensate for the effort.