This expert survey taker provides some valuable hints and tactics along the road for you to get the most out of taking surveys on Cointiply.
The first thing we’ll discuss is some keywords that we will use in this article.
Reversal/Chargeback: When a survey is denied after you’ve received payment, the coins you were given are deducted from your Cointiply balance by the offerwall. Reversals and chargebacks are two sides of the same coin, and it’s just a question of semantics whether one or the other is used. We’ll use the term “Reversal” for this guide since both terms refer to the same thing.
Taking too many reversals may cause your quality score to drop (see below) and, if you take too many of them, you might be prevented from using that offerwall. At the very least, you won’t be able to finish all of their surveys.
Quality Score: A Quality Score indicates the overall quality of your survey answers. Some survey firms, including Your Surveys and Revenue Wall, provide you with a quality score based on your participation in surveys, but many others do not. A higher-quality score might allow you to participate in more surveys; a low-quality score may prevent you from taking part in certain ones. A severely low level of quality might result in suspension or expulsion from one survey firm or another.
Take the time to read the following Survey Tips for pointers on obtaining a high grade.
Ways to Make a Survey More Effective
This part covers several survey-related suggestions and best practices.
Tell the truth
It’s easy to deceive on surveys to qualify when a survey appears to be searching for specific criteria that you don’t meet. However, people who do this frequently receive reversals and the danger of being banned by the survey provider. It is far preferable to be honest when completing a survey and avoid remembering all of your lies later on down the road. You will almost certainly get caught sooner or later.
Keep An Eye Out for Quality Control Questions
Quality control questions are often a part of surveys. Take your time and read all of the questions carefully. If you respond incorrectly, you risk being disqualified or even banned from taking surveys for that company.
Quality control questions are frequently quite obvious. Example:
The correct answer to this question is “Airport,” and at first, it may appear to be a similar question you’ve already answered where you’d pick the destinations you’ve visited. However, if you read the prompt correctly, you’ll see that the only acceptable response is “Airport.”
Here’s another: “How long has it been since you ate elephant eggs?” Because elephants are mammals that do not lay eggs, the correct response is “Never.”
What are some examples of things to check for quality control? Obvious quiz questions that everyone should be able to answer are one possibility. You could also be going through a list of questions where you choose whether you agree, somewhat agree, neutral, somewhat disagree, or disagree with each one. Real questions might include directions instructing you to select a specific response for this question, e.g., “you should respond somewhat agree.”
You could be asked the same thing more than once or in various ways to ensure that you are giving an accurate, honest response and not simply guessing. This is further discussed under “Answer honestly,” as well as “High-quality control.”
These are just a few examples, but survey businesses are always coming up with new traps to ensnare you in, so be wary and read all of the questions carefully.
Don’t Be In a hurry
If you rush and respond too quickly, you may be disqualified or occasionally compelled to reverse. For example, Surveys penalises you by taking points away from your quality score for rushing. The quantity varies depending on the severity of the infraction, and other survey firms may also do this with a hidden quality score. By rushing, you run the danger of missing quality control questions and an overall poor level of performance that might result in a reversal and/or a quality score reduction. More about this later.
Advanced Quality Control Questioning
Quality control is a term used to describe the process of ensuring that products, services, and processes meet predetermined expectations. It’s also used to ensure that consumers are answering honestly and consistently. Survey firms frequently utilise more stringent quality control procedures, such as sampling tests and checklists to guarantee respondents provide honest and consistent answers.
The same problems may be asked more than once, and they might be asked in a variety of ways or even in opposing ways at various stages during a survey. Such questions may not always be apparent, and one survey could include numerous control questions that contribute to an internal quality score for the rest of the survey.
For example, you may be asked how likely you would recommend a firm and how much you dislike it. If you responded that you would strongly recommend the firm but then stated that you despise them, it would most certainly affect your score in terms of quality. The result may not be evident at first. You might be asked a variety of questions about the firm. If most or all of your answers are negative when you said you’d strongly recommend them, it’ll ding you down, and if you’re dinged too low, there’s a chance you’ll get a poor-quality disqualification or even a reversal.
TIP: If you always respond honestly and accurately, you won’t have anything to worry about because you won’t be left wondering what you said previously in the survey.
Here’s another scenario: if you claim to work in a particular area of expertise or say you buy a specific kind of product, the survey will next ask you about the subject. Throughout the questionnaire, there may be particular quality questions that only the individual who exactly satisfies the criteria would answer correctly. A poor quality disqualification or reversal could result from answering incorrectly or inconsistently.
Many survey firms are guarded in what anti-fraud and quality control checks they do, but it’s reasonable to assume that many of them are on the lookout for new innovative ways all the time. It’s even feasible that some survey businesses occasionally record and compare some responses to your replies on prior surveys to verify that you’re being honest and truthful. So, suppose you claim to be a network administrator in one survey, a dairy farmer in another, and a fleet manager in another. In that case, you will eventually be exposed by cross-checks because of this.
Another good reason for being honest all the time is that it’s more effective.
Go Direct When Possible
You can get more money if you conduct Your Surveys from inside Wannads than you would by visiting directly from Cointiply. You’ll also find entire survey offerwalls like Theorem Reach or Tap Research within other offerwalls. When accessed directly from Cointiply, they pay a substantial premium.
Theorem Reach: Some offerwalls pay more for the same surveys than others. Theorem Reach pays less for some surveys, but they also pay a little sum for surveys that you don’t qualify for—and these payments add up quickly. The theoremreach.com site provides excellent service, often crediting members in the case of a non-payment problem. Some people feel that it’s simpler to qualify with Theorem Reach.
Earn More with the Same Surveys
Different offerwalls deal with the surveys in different ways. Different offerwalls take different percentages of the surveys, not to mention that some pass through more middlemen than others, leaving you with fewer coins for the same survey completion.
More Surveys Are Available If You Qualify
The most common complaint about questionnaires is that they take too much time to complete. These suggestions might help you improve your chances.
Don’t Be So Quick to Accept Surveys
When you are rejected from a survey, rather than accepting the following automatic survey that is offered, go back to the main offerwall and try again. This will ensure that you get the best deal accessible on that offerwall.
Try Different Offerwalls
Experiment with different offerwalls until you discover one that works for you. Some people qualify for more surveys on one offerwall than others. Depending on the individual’s location and profile, this may vary. We’ve discovered that starting with Your Surveys directly from Cointiply and then going Theorem Reach is suitable. What works for you may be pretty distinct from what works for others.
Complete Profile to Unlock Surveys
Some offerwalls allow you to complete additional profile questions that can help you connect to surveys or even unlock more. On Adscend Media, for example, you may unlock what they refer to as “High-Paying Surveys.” It’s not perfect, but it may improve your qualifications and provide additional options.
It’s All About Timing
The time of day you are doing surveys can affect how many you get. We’ve found that surveys are often at their best in the afternoon UTC time on weekdays, but this may vary depending on your location. Weekends and major holidays like Christmas are usually the worst times, but you might be able to find something even then. Surveys are also slower during spring and summer and pick up in the fall through winter.
Take Your Time When Considering Surveys
Some offer walls provide details so you can choose a survey that is more likely to qualify you.
Revenue Wall allows you to sort surveys according to their qualification/conversion ratings. There are also three different colours to differentiate those with higher conversion rates from others.
Enligne Surveys shows you how many prior completions a survey has had, as well as which ones are new. You may sort them by popularity or most recent first, too. There’s frequently a better chance of qualifying if there are a lot of completions or it’s new.
Theorem Reach has purple-coloured surveys with a higher qualification rate and is labelled as “HOT!” as seen in the figure below.
These are only a few of the many ways to improve your qualification rate and take surveys with whatever information you can get your hands on.
Choose Your Pay Rate
High-paying surveys can be found on sites like Revenue Wall and Opinion Capital, but they’re generally more challenging to qualify for. If you’re not qualifying for higher-paying surveys, go with ones that pay less.
Try The Surveys Again Later
Finally, surveys vary considerably from one day to the next and one week to the next. If you can’t qualify for a survey on a particular day or at a specific time, give it another go at a later date when conditions may be more favourable.
Dealing With Survey Problems – Non Payment Issues
You might encounter difficulties even if you answer surveys carefully and honestly. Receiving an error message in the middle of a questionnaire or being informed that you do not match the criteria or do not qualify may be especially vexing if it occurs near the end of the survey when you don’t get paid.
In the event of Your Surveys on Cointiply or any future Cointiply survey offers, you may fill out a support ticket with Cointiply. In this case, you can submit a complaint to the offerwall. To enhance your chances of receiving your payment, provide evidence of completion (see “Obtaining Evidence” below).
In terms of managing non-payment situations, some offerwalls are better than others. Theorem Reach is usually excellent and may be reached by clicking the “?” in the bottom right corner of the offerwall. Revenue Wall and Opinion capital are also recognised to have exceptional customer care. In the instance of Cointiply surveys, you will receive outstanding assistance. Some provide waiting periods before reporting a non-payment, such as Adscend Media, which makes you wait 24 hours.
Obtain Evidence to Support A Claim
When you believe the survey is about to end, take screenshots if you need completion evidence. You may paste it into an image host like imgur.com or submit it directly to the offer walls support system if you require it. The conclusion of a survey may be evident with a completion screen, a feedback screen, or when it asks for final demographic data. However, there are occasional hints that it’s nearing the end.
Bonus suggestion: If you can’t get evidence, you might still be able to click the back button on your browser, although this doesn’t always work.
Keep Track of Survey History
Typically, Offerwalls store a record of all the surveys you’ve completed. This may be accessed by clicking a symbol such as a question mark or by going to Support under a link titled. The top or bottom of the offerwall is a common location for these. If a survey hasn’t paid, see if you can determine whether it’s completed there first. Even if the payment is delayed for an hour or more, the survey company will usually mark it as completed once you’ve verified that everything has gone through properly.
If something goes wrong, I check the name of the third-party survey firm that conducted the study. If you can’t tell by the domain name, look for a related company or organisation with an identical domain name and contact them. Keep in mind that there is no obligation for you to complete a survey. If you repeatedly have difficulties with a specific 3rd party, nothing stops you from boycotting them entirely. Simply stop completing their polls and look for another.
Poorly Designed Questionnaires
You may run into poorly designed surveys, even though most are well-designed. Keep in mind that you have no obligation to participate in any studies.
Confusing Questions with No Correct Answer
Surveys that ask you a question and offer you one or more options but not genuine replies are another frequent design flaw.
The majority of people are not any of these, but there is no option to leave it blank, and the survey will end without an answer. If you responded, the rest of the survey would likely reflect on your lie, making it impossible to complete correctly or honestly.
If you’re required to fudge on a survey, and your quality score is damaged. As a result, few people will take it as an apology. If you’re in this situation, it’s usually better to just quit the survey rather than lying your way through it.
Excessive Questions for Qualification
You will occasionally come across surveys designed in a way that makes them tedious to complete, with a significant number of qualification questions that go well beyond what you would think they’d examine your qualifications. This is when you are disqualified.
No matter how careful you are, it’s easy to make a mistake. Even if the survey has already been completed, there isn’t much you can do about it. If one particular survey firm consistently annoys you with this sort of thing, you might decide to avoid their surveys in the future.
Avoid Duplicate Surveys
Suppose you’ve completed an identical survey before. In that case, the majority of surveys instantly disqualify you at the start. Still, a poorly designed survey might actually qualify you for the same survey more than once when it’s not intended.
Verify that the survey is identical and doesn’t satisfy any of the conditions mentioned in the note below. If you discover a duplicate survey that isn’t supposed to be completed, you run the danger of being reversed if you’re paid for it. Also, occasionally such questionnaires will eliminate you at the conclusion without payment, leaving you unable to complain. As a result, I propose that you just stop taking duplicate surveys as soon as you realise. It’s also a decent thing to do.
Note: As you can see, there are no limits to how many times you could complete a survey. It’s entirely up to you! There are numerous repeat surveys. Some may appear identical at first but will have essential variations within them, such as rating a completely different set of commercials compared to the last time you took the survey.
Ignore Broken Surveys
Occasionally, you may encounter a survey that isn’t working as intended. Perhaps it won’t finish, or there are no buttons, for example. Thankfully, this isn’t very often.
You can’t do much about it, either. If you’re unable to finish a survey due to this, don’t worry about it—just move on to the next one.
Can’t Find Any Surveys at All?
Another issue is living in a nation that doesn’t get many surveys that are relevant to them. Unfortunately, Cointiply has no control over who third parties choose to target, but it’s still worth checking the survey opportunities from time to time. Even those who live in nations that don’t frequently receive surveys still get them, as seen with the recent poll conducted by Opinion Capital.
There’s a difference between Theorem and Reach; whereas Theorem allows you to take as many surveys as you like each day, whether or not you qualify, Reach limits your daily survey intake to a set amount. If you’re assigned a disqualification payment, the number is determined by an internal algorithm that’s most likely based on various criteria, such as quality control. Usually, until midnight UTC, when this limit is reached, all surveys will vanish, usually until midnight UTC. Suppose you’re not receiving Theorem Reach surveys for a few days, and you’ve never had this issue before. In that case, I recommend contacting customer service because their anti-fraud technology may have blocked you incorrectly.