“ Opinion Health, established in 2005, is a full-service healthcare research company combining fresh thinking, technological innovation and expert understanding to provide clients with tailored and effective research services. „
I joined Opinion Health about a year ago and so far have made £25 from giving my opinion about health related issues. This site will not get you rich quick and the surveys are not very regular, however when you do get a survey which you qualify for the reward is very fair. I have found the surveys are not very long and are very easy to complete. The survey invites come via e-mail, you can also log in to your account to see if there are aby surveys available. Points are awarded for completion, 1 point is worth 20p. Along with surveys there are sometimes product trials and in that case you get points for the initial survey and then again for a follow-up survey as well as getting a free product. Of course different people have different health issues so not all the surveys are relevant which means you will sometimes be screened out, although there are profile questionaires to try and prevent this. To redeem you must reach 125 points, you will get a £25 payment for this via cheque. I have redeemed once, so its not a big money maker but it is a nice little bit of extra cash when it comes. My first cheque took 7 weeks to arrive but that was because it had to be resent after getting lost in the mail, when I told them I had not had my cheque they sent a new one straight away and I got it 2 days later. Signing up is simple, I can recommed a friend and earn 5 points if anyone would like to join, or you can visit their website and join up.
Opinion Health is another survey site that I've been joined up with for a while now and they're quite a good one to help you make a bit of extra money online. As usual, survey invitations are sent to you by email and, as you can probably guess from the name of the website, is all to do with products and services relating to health and the healthcare industry. This does mean that they are often looking for people who have a specific illness and so occasionally I don't qualify for their surveys. Some of the surveys I've taken have been about hayfever, nutrition, contraception and travel vaccinations so you can see why you have to be quite specific to fit in with their target profile. The surveys that I do take though are all pretty interesting because they're about a specific thing and I generally don't get any other surveys on these sorts of topics from any other websites. They're usually around 10 minutes in length and the surveys are laid out in a very modern and simple way which makes taking them that little bit more interesting. Because they only send you the occasional survey and because you don't always qualify for them, it does take quite a while for your points to add up before you can be paid. Each point is equal to 20p and I think they reward you very well on here. The majority of the surveys I've taken have rewarded me with around 10 points (£2) but some can be as little as 1 point (just 20p). I've even taken one that's gone as high as 50 points (£10) for the one survey! You can redeem your rewards once you reach 125 points which is equal to £25. You can choose either to receive a cheque or to donate your money to a charity of your choice. Despite it taking a while for your points to add up due to often not fitting the profile they're looking for, I do think this is a great survey site. They pay you really well for giving them your time and opinions - I just wish I could get more survey invitations from them!