iOS Universal Lifestyle
Survey.com pays you to go to nearby stores and complete projects. Most projects take 10-30 minutes to complete and pay up to $25 each.
You get to choose when and where you work. It's a great way to make extra money on your schedule. We add new projects every day, so you'll be sure to find something you like!
What You'll Do:
You’ll go to local shops and use our app to do things like:
- Enter inventory, pricing and product presence info
- Take pics of promotional displays
- Place stickers on products
- Stock shelves
- Build displays
You’ll complete the work by following step-by-step instructions in our app.
How it Works:
1. Download our app and register an account.
2. We'll notify you when projects are available in your area.
3. Read the project details and request a store or stores you want to complete. The details list all project steps, deadlines and the pay rate.
4. Our team will assign stores to you.
5. Go to the store and complete the work by following the instructions in the app.
6. Our team will review your work, and once approved, the money you earned will be available for payment.
7. Get paid through PayPal
Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
- Redesigned Home Screen Items: Each item on the Home screen tabs now has an action button that allows you to easily take the most relevant action available for that project/store.
- Redesigned Project Page: The Project page header has been redesigned to better group relevant information and give more information on the different attributes for a project.
- Project/Place Notes on Description Page: You can now make Project/Store specific notes that are stored on your app for future visits (such as store manager name, location of certain products, etc). These notes can be accessed from the Description ("More Info") page for a particular visit.
- Better Project Recommendations: We have added two new recommendation categories: projects at stores where you already have another assignment and also projects that are available nearby. The recommendations page is now sorted by categories to help you understand why certain projects were recommended to you.