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Companies need opinions. Sure, they have their sales figures and pie charts, but when a product or brand doesn’t do as well as they thought, or does way better than they could have imagined, they need opinions from real people to understand why.

Alternatively, maybe there is an idea for a product but a company needs evidence to suggest that there’s a significant gap in the market in order to proceed with development. There may be a combination of these reasons that lead to the need for opinions, but the most important thing is that your feedback is in need and so survey sites will provide you with real cash and rewards on behalf of companies in order to get this.

What if my opinion is different to everyone else’s?

These big brands need honesty. The wider the range of feedback they get the better, so don’t be afraid of saying what you mean when you answer surveys, try and get down all your views on each question. Sure, you’re in it to get paid – but if you enjoy answering the surveys and get used to giving your feedback quickly and efficiently then you can really make your earnings grow faster and become a survey master! 😎

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