• Siegfried
    181
    This must be one of the few sites where you can click on 100 survey links and 95% of them say you did not qualify, sometimes after a page or ten of screening question, and you get no DQ points.

    Clicking through a steady stream of pointless disqualifications is de-motivating, There should be some reward for trying, however trivial.It's not the money, it's just the feeling you are making at least minimal progress toward a payout.

    The wording of the 'No Points' notice is specially aggrevating, as it blames the lack of points on you, the survey taker for incorrect responses, despite the fact that you have entered no responses at all, and it is your profile that does not fit.

    Since no input from the respondent (me) is required, why cannot Univox test surveys against profiles before adding the link to the dashboard.
    I'd happily trade dramatically fewer survey links for a dramatically better chance of actually completing something.
  • cjsenour
    377
    I've noticed the lack of DQ points on other survey sites also that used to give them. I think it is a trend.
  • Siegfried
    181


    For a couple of months Swagbucks limited DQ points to 5 per day.
    They have abandoned this idea
  • Kingalfred
    1.9k
    Simple, don't click on anything ....
    Spend over an hour, click click click click
    For nothing
    Filling in mini demographs , 5 10 questions
    Then booted out ..
    All your'e doing is giving them the meat of the survey
    Why
    Where
    When
    How much
    Do you spend/buy on what ever brand they're mini surveying
    Uni' gets paid
  • Kingalfred
    1.9k
    Worked out... All the amount of hours spent here over the years accumulated to around $0.70
    Per day
    B.S
  • KellyD
    235
    OMG! 70 CENTS?????? That is horrible when you break it all down and look at it this way. How did you break it down to get that amount? I am curious now to understand how much (little) I have made. Thanks.
  • mikeee
    1.9k
    How did you get THAT MUCH?
  • Kingalfred
    1.9k
    find your total on dashboard ... Divide by days worked ..
    40 months I was surveying

    Total divided by 40 = amount per month , then divide by 30

    Thats per day .. Probably at least 2 hours per day ...
    But weekends were usually none exsistant so that didn't help the total

    Being generous saying $0.40 an hour
  • KellyD
    235
    Thank you for helping. I gotta look into this! Thanks again.
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