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Book collectors: Take surveys for money online
Book collectors take surveys for money online
I'm fully willing to admit that I've spent hours browsing through Amazon looking at a wide variety of books - everything from "Harry Potter" to Japanese history, political satire to Dean Koontz novels. Instead of looking at them, why don't I actually purchase these items? One word: Money.
If you're one of those people who spends an embarrassing amount of time looking at novels or historical records, dreaming about the worlds contained within those pages, then Opinion Outpost might be able to provide you with solace. Sure, a book can cost anywhere between $10 and $35, depending on the release date and whether it's in hardcover or softcover. By visiting the website and getting paid to take surveys, you can redeem your points to pay for that literature you've wanted for so long.
It's really not that difficult
After they participate on a regular basis, Opinion Outpost rewards its members with Amazon gift cards. Ask yourself: Are you bending over backwards making chump change? Do you have to spend endless hours in the office staring at a computer screen? Are you required to pick up trash off the side of a road in 90-degree heat? Absolutely not. If you wish to purchase your favorite novels at a discount or even for free, you can log on and take surveys online for money.
Think about it: All you're really doing is answering a series of questions. Furthermore, it's not as if this is a multiple choice calculus test requiring an incredible amount of knowledge - nor do you have to do back flips just to earn some extra dough. The surveys are supported by some of the largest brand names in the United States, meaning that your contributions will be factored into the executive decisions of major manufacturers and retailers, in turn bringing better services and products to you and other consumers.
Feed your mind
If Russian history is your thing, then there's a good chance you want an expansive, thorough, authoritative tome on the subject. However, getting a quality 600-page book to peruse can be a costly investment. It's possible that the material could cost as much as $150 dollars - especially if you want an in-depth play-by-play of what happened in the Eurasian country between the year 1000 and the present. Sure, your friends might think it's a weird obsession, but who cares? It's your interest and you should have the benefit of enjoying it.
On the other hand, if you're just looking to pull your eyes away from the tube (maybe you've watched enough "Two and a Half Men" to last a lifetime) and just want a series of easy reads to lose yourself in, try tackling "The Dark Tower" series by Stephen King.
Yet there's still the problem of paying for it all. Not to worry! Just periodically take online surveys on Opinion Outpost and redeem the points you earn for Amazon gift cards. Depending on how much time you spend on the website, you could potentially get those coveted pieces of literature for free.
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