Third Party Survey Sites
In this directory, you will find third-party survey sites that mainly promote surveys from other companies. The comission they earn from these companies will then fund member rewards such as cash and gift cards.
When you join a survey site promoting third-party surveys, you should be aware that you will be subject to the third-party website’s terms and conditions and privacy policies when you are redirected to them.
Here is a directory of third-party survey sites that we have reviewed:
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Third-party survey sites are often sub-suppliers of some of the largest market research companies in the world such as Nielsen, Kantar and Ipsos. By connecting to so-called market research exchanges like Cint and PureSpectrum, these sites can offer their members a huge selection of surveys from different providers.
This gives their members access to a lot more surveys compared to just signing up for a single market research company. On the other hand, these surveys are often not that well paid since the transactions go through many middlemen.
In summary, you might get access to a larger volume of surveys on a third-party survey site, but the reward per survey is often less in comparison to signing up for a first-party survey site run directly by a market research company.