Our Surveys

Crowdology™ surveys and polls are varied and often focus on current issues or fun ideas. Many explore everyday topics, products and subjects which go on to get coverage in leading journals, magazines and other UK news media.

 

Recent survey examples include ‘thoughts about how Brexit will impact Europe, ‘Trumps victory and what that means for the world’, ‘wasting food’, ‘accidental landlords’, ‘mid-life crisis’, ‘things you can’t live without on holiday’, ‘the pains of looking good’, ‘the stresses of getting married’ and ‘frustrations of online shopping’.

 

Most of our online surveys range from 2 to 15 minutes. Every now and then our panel members may also be asked to take part in offline research, such as telephone interviews or focus groups, in which case additional rewards are provided for their valuable input.

 

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Why Crowdology

Engaging Surveys
Cash Rewards
Current Topics
Real Companies
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Once you register, remember to mark emails from Crowdology as “safe” so that the surveys we send you don’t land up in your junk-folders or promo folders (Gmail)

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The more info you share with us about you, the more reward -earning surveys we can send you.

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Respond ASAP

 

Be on alert for the surveys we send you. Our surveys are really popular and our panelists are quite quick off the draw at getting to them. Some surveys also have an expiry date too, so it’s important to check your inbox frequently to maximize your earning potential.

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Why do we run surveys?

 

Take company A. They want to improve the functionality of their website and how easy it is for you to find what you are looking for. Their product guy – an absolute creative genius – has come up with a host of ideas and wants to install them on the website that you use. But before he has free-reign to make changes at will, the customer experience manager steps in and suggests that we ask you for your opinion on his ideas before they build it in.

 

The ideas are discussed with the research department who then create an online survey which they want to send you to get your opinion on the matter. Once the survey is created and tested, the market researcher sends you a survey invite to take part.

 

When you complete the survey which Crowdology sends you, you’ll earn a reward. More importantly, your opinions will be aggregated along with all the other respondents of the survey and sent to Company A – who are eagerly waiting to understand how strongly you feel about the changes they’d like to make. Company A will then make any changes based on your feedback.

 

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