InspiredOpinions.com is the home of the market research website Inspired Opinions from Schlesinger Associates, a leading provider of market research opportunities for over 40 years.
Market research is one of the oldest and most popular ways to earn extra money from home. It is free to participate in market research, and the only thing that is expected of you is that you give your honest opinion.
In exchange for your time and effort, market research companies will reward you with either cash or rewards. Inspired Opinions lets their members join for free, then earn points as they compete their research opportunities. These points can then be exchanged for Amazon.com gift cards.
Earning Your Opinion Rewards Points
In order to earn Opinion Rewards Points, you can participate in online surveys which will be emailed to you, or you can participate in person at opinion panels, or on telephone surveys.
You can also earn points by participating in the online community created by Inspired Opinions. Creating a profile and keeping it updated, as well as participating in the activities they promote, will earn you extra points.
One hundred opinion points have a value or $1, so one thousand points have a value of $10. Once you reach 1,000 points, you can redeem them for a $10 Amazon.com gift card, or continue to accumulate points until you collect more points to redeem for higher value cards.
Filling out your profile as completely and honestly as possible is one of the best ways to improve your chances of being successful with online research. This allows the company to best match you with the survey or panel that fits you the best.
If you do not feel out your profile appropriately, you can easily be disqualified from surveys you attempt to participate in, which would be a waste of your time and effort, and will earn you no points.
Your points will never expire as long as you are an active member of the community, so remember to do surveys as often as you can, and to respond to them quickly. Some surveys are only looking for a particular sample size, and will close once they enough participants.