Ipsos (also known as the I-Say Survey Panel) is a survey site that I see advertised a lot. I did a little digging for you to find out what I could on how this one works. As you may know, Pinecone and 2020 Research are the two top survey panels, in my opinion, to sign up with. But should you bother with Ipsos?
How Ipsos Works
You sign up in much the same way as you would for any other survey panel — fill out some personal info and questions about your household. Then you receive an email including a link for you to click confirming your membership with the panel. After that, you’ll start getting invitations to participate in surveys via your email For every survey you complete, you get paid in points that you can redeem for cash and gift cards.. Ipsos does occasionally do product testing, which means you might get test out — and keep — a product that hasn’t hit stores yet. There are also sweepstakes going on with this survey panel all the time.
Is the Ipsos Sweepstakes Legit?
I’ve done a little digging, and it appears that it is. I think they might also occasionally do some smaller giveaways for lesser amounts of cash, and I’ve found a few forum posts where people have won these.
Is Ipsos a Scam?
A scam? No. They don’t ask for money from you nor do they try to rip you off in any other way. This is actually one of the more reputable survey panels out there. Most people say that their points add up quickly and they are regularly redeeming their points for cash and gift cards as well as getting opportunities to test products.
Want to Try It?
Go here to sign up. Come back and let me know what you think!