There are NO limits to the number of surveys or focus groups you can participate in.

Generally speaking, the number of surveys you’ll take depends on the number of companies you register with, the amount of information you provide them, and your personal “profile.”

Some surveys are very specific, and not everyone will “qualify” for every survey.

For example, a particular survey might only be open to women between the ages of 25-45 who live in Canada. Another survey might only be open to single men who use cologne, etc.

Of course, a lot of surveys are very general and just about anyone can take them.

In the end, there are plenty of survey opportunities for just about everyone. It doesn’t really matter if you are male or female, live in the U.S. or not, are a college student or have a full-time job, etc. There is no one “profile” that regularly qualifies for more surveys than the rest.

Many people report taking surveys right away – anywhere from a few hours to a few days after they start registering. But keep in mind that many companies only send out a few surveys per month, so it will usually be a few weeks before you start getting a lot of surveys.


But again, this depends on how many companies you register with, how quickly you register, and your personal “profile.” Everyone’s experience is a little different.

What we can tell you is that our few of respondents have registered with about 250 companies and they receive more survey invitations than they can handle. And there are a lot of people who make thousands of dollars per month from surveys and focus groups. It’s entirely up to YOU!

Of course, because it depends on all of these outside factors that we have no control over, we can not and do not guarantee that you will be able to take any specific number of surveys or that you will make any specific amount of money.

Truthfully, anyone who promises you will get to take X number of surveys per week, or that you will make X amount of money per month, is lying to you. How could they know that?

There is just no way that we or anyone else can tell you exactly how many surveys you’ll take or how much money you’ll make. What we suggest is that if this is something you’re interested in, just give it a try and see how it goes. You have nothing to lose …