One of the mor common questions that are asked by the visitors or MDXResearch.com is, why are paid surveys conducted? To most, it just doesn’t make sense that someone or some company would be willing to pay a person for completing a survey.
The answer to this is quite simple, paid surveys are conducted because businesses (big and small), government agencies, public bodies, and other types of organizations are interested in the views and opinions of average people like you and me who already use their products or services or who might be interested in using their products or services.
By conducting survey research (paid surveys), they are able to know more about what their customers think about their product or service offering and from there, they are better able to tweak it to better fulfill their wants and needs.
What it comes down to is that businesses want to make MORE money and the way they do that is to find out what their current and potential customers want in a product or service and tweak their current offering or add to it so that they can offer something that more people will buy.
This is why paid surveys are offered and why companies are willing to pay you for participating in this research. If you put simple math to it, if they pay you $10 for taking a survey and they can get you to buy a product or service from them for more than $10, that is a win. So the next time someone tells you that paid surveys aren’t legit or are a scam, now you know the truth and can point them in the right direction.