Cue Monitor is a well-established consumer research panel in Japan.
Types of earning opportunities
Here are some of the main opportunities to earn rewards on Cue Monitor:
- Regular online surveys: They will ask you about the usage status and opinions of various products and services. There are various types of questionnaires, from simple questionnaires of 2 to 3 points to questionnaires of tens to hundreds of points.
- Diary Surveys: This is a regular diary-style questionnaire that asks you to answer a specific theme every day for a certain period of time.
- Shopping Survey (Shopping Diary): A survey in which you enter information on the products you have purchased and the gifts you have received on a daily basis. By continuing to cooperate, you can accumulate up to 7,900 points in 16 weeks.
- Product tests: This is a questionnaire to answer impressions and evaluations using product samples delivered to your home. There are various products to try, such as food, beverages and cosmetics!
- In-Person Research: It is a questionnaire in which you come to a designated venue, actually use the product, watch the video, and answer your impressions and evaluations.
- Focus Groups: A designated venue and talk about products and services with about 3 to 5 people. You can get a reward of several thousand yen for about 1 to 2 hours per time.
Types of rewards offered:
Types of rewards on Cue Monitor
You’ll be able to find a broad selection of rewards on Cue Monitor:
Amazon gift card
By earning reards on Cue Monitor, you can purchase your favourite products with Amazon gift cards at Amazon.co.jp, a comprehensive online store with over 100 million products.
The giftee Box is based on smartphone usage. Please note that some gifts cannot be used on computers.
Giftee Box is a gift where you can choose your favourite products from a lineup of up to 500 types.
You can freely exchange multiple gifts within the points.
You do not need to download a dedicated app or register as a member to use giftee Box.
After exchanging nanaco points for electronic money (1 point = 1 yen), they can be used for shopping at nanaco member stores nationwide, including Seven-Eleven and Ito-Yokado.
This standard point service can be used at d POINT partner fast food stores, convenience stores, and other street shops, as well as online shopping, where 1 point = 1 yen. Anyone can use it, not just DOCOMO users.
Dot Money by Ameba
This is an excellent point exchange service operated by Ameba and used by 10 million people.
It can be exchanged for cash, electronic money, gift codes, airline miles, etc., with no fees.
Bank transfer via dot money by Ameba
You can convert your money to bank and credit union accounts nationwide via dot money by Amoeba.
“PeX” is a service that allows you to exchange accumulated queue monitor points for various other companies’ points and services via PeX.
There is also a service that can be exchanged in real-time! There is also a point exchange destination where the exchange rate is advantageous and a product exchange menu where you can exchange your favourite items from over 2000 products.
“G point” is Japan’s most significant common point that can be exchanged for services of more than 120 companies, such as substantial electronic money and airline miles, with 1 G point equivalent to 1 yen.
You can also save G points at a great price by online shopping, bingo games, etc.
CW Nicole Afan Forest Foundation
CW Nicole started regenerating a small forest in Nagano Prefecture to “return Japan’s forests to lush forests full of vitality .” Many hands, sweat, and affection have been poured into this “Afan Forest”, which is becoming a forest that living things can enjoy. We also invite children with physical disabilities and emotional scars to visit this rich forest and observe their spiritual growth. The activities of Afan Forest have just started.
Japan Guide Dog Association
In 1967, Japan’s first guide dog training organization was established. A guide dog is an important partner that supports the walking of the blind or visually impaired. Teaching corners, teaching steps, and teaching obstacles, these three tasks are combined to make a guide dog walk. However, it takes a lot of “human power” and “time” to produce a single guide dog.
Japan Committee for UNICEF
UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) is a United Nations agency that works to protect the lives and health of children around the world. It was established in 1946 to provide emergency assistance to children forced to live hard lives due to World War II. As a significant organization that protects children’s rights, we are engaged in support activities such as education, health, water and sanitation, nutrition, protection, etc., in more than 150 countries and regions around the world for the healthy growth of children.
- Surveys well matched
- Excellent helpdesk
- Good selection of payment options
- Interesting survey opportunities
- Many profiling questions to fill out
- A few technical issues in the surveys
- The surveys are not always mobile-friendly