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Survey Head

With so many survey companies out there, its hard to tell which are good and which are not. SurveyHead is one company that seems to be a leader in the industry. Survey Head is an exciting new site from the original creators of GoZing surveys which has now become part of the Greenfield and Ciao surveys group. There are no gimmicks with Survey Head it is all high paying surveys that pay you direct to your paypal account. Survey Head is currently recruiting new members from all parts of the world and have many surveys waiting to be completed (I have seen up to 280 surveys available), click the link now to see if there are any surveys waiting for you, if not sign up to the site and you will receive survey invites in your email as soon as they are available. SPECIAL OFFER – signup now and complete your profile and get $5.00 in your account straight away.


Anyone who has been involved in the survey game for more than a few days knows that each survey company offers a different payout for the completion of a survey. SurveyHead seems to have pretty competitive payouts, usually ranging from $1-$5, with the occasional $10+ survey. The minimum payout on SurveyHead is $25, and they pay by PayPal.


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While high payouts are nice, it doesn’t matter if you dont have surveys to do regularly. SurveyHead has a lot of surveys to do, and it seems like every time I log in there are at least 1 or 2 new ones for me to try. Of course you wont qualify for all of them, but theres enough available that you will almost always have at least a few to complete.


The interface of SurveyHead is one of its main selling points. The whole site is very easy to use, and everything is easy to find. Possibly the best feature of SurveyHead is the Dashboard, where you can see all the available surveys, the payout, the approximate time of completion, and the chances of qualifying for that survey. This is a very helpful feature that most other survey companies don’t offer.


SurveyHead offers a $5 sign-up bonus, which is instantly placed into your account balance. There are also 10 profiles to complete, each of which gives you $0.20. I recommend doing these profiles as soon as possible, because if you complete them all you will have more survey opportunities.


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26 Responses to “Survey Head” »

  1. Comment by Md.Belal uddin patwary — September 26, 2009 @ 12:17 am

    I have visited so many page for survey purpose.
    I have given correct information.
    Md.Belal uddin patwary

  2. Comment by Meg — July 4, 2010 @ 3:56 pm


    I would like to say with regard to surveys for cash etc.. that really, it is nothing short of straight out lies to be telling people that they will be paid for surveys only to find that once they have registered all that most sites offer is tickets for casinos, gambling – a few points so that they can buy stuff and then chances to go into prize draws etc.. these things ARE NOT cash for surveys. The marketing is therefore FALSE AND MISLEADING and more to the point, you people who are putting this stuff out , no that what you are doing is false.

    • Comment by Adam — July 4, 2010 @ 6:09 pm

      Hi Meg,

      Thanks for your comment, I am sorry to date that you have had bad experiences and yes there are many sites out there that call them selves survey sites, but want you to jump through hoops in order to get paid. I am happy to say that SurveyHead is not one of these sites, I’d like to invite you to try it out yourself, so that you can see that it indeed a no gimmicks site, just real money for actual market research surveys you complete.

      I could have easily deleted your message, but I have nothing to hide and strongly recommend SurveyHead, but ultimately that choice is yours to make.

      Adam (admin)

  3. Comment by const perera — September 9, 2010 @ 10:23 am

    I would like to show my support for what Meg was clearly pointing out, that a cash survey, should mean cash, not tickets in a lottery, or vouchers to a movie, shopping vouchers, etc. It’s not rocket science, all those that advertise cash for a survey and do not give CASH, ARE CON ARTISTS.

    • Comment by Adam — September 9, 2010 @ 7:15 pm

      Hi and thanks for your comment and for the record I totally agree with you, cash surveys should pay cash for your opinion and not have to jump through other offers etc.

      As I said to Meg, Surveyhead is a real market research site, that is looking for your opinions and will pay you cash for them. Not gift cards or points and won’t make you fill out offers. Simple surveys, for real cash.

  4. Comment by David — November 9, 2010 @ 4:49 pm

    Good video about survey head, cant wait to see you updated video about payment.

  5. Comment by Briguy — April 3, 2012 @ 10:57 am

    I really recommend this survey site, especially if you want to make extra money online! This has to be one of the best surveys sites in 2012!

  6. Comment by Jeff — April 28, 2012 @ 11:03 pm

    Thanks for your input and expertise Adam, Ive also had bad experiences with false info regarding these survey sites but I am willing to give survey head a go.


    • Comment by Adam — April 30, 2012 @ 11:13 am

      Hi Jeff,
      Thanks for stopping by, I am glad that you have found the site informative. I’ve been doing surveys for a bit over 8 years now so like you I have come across alot of false promises, hopefully you find the sites here that I use myself a lot better then your past experiences. Please let us know how you get on at Surveyhead and when you recieve your first payment.


  7. Comment by KateB — August 3, 2012 @ 5:30 pm

    Just checked out SurveyHead, but couldn’t make head nor tail of the registering section – I filled out the details, then clicked on share as the only option, as soon as I shared it on Facebook, Facebook and SurveyHead closed pages???!!! Any ideas?

    • Comment by Adam — August 18, 2012 @ 8:08 pm

      Hi Kate, just under the section where you put in your email address, click the next button to continue with the registration.

  8. Comment by Eddy — January 13, 2013 @ 5:38 pm

    I am kind of ready to join the survey, but I just have two Questions.

    I was wondering, how it is showing the USA currency and then
    showing how much it will be in AUS currency, when it supposed to be
    an Australian website and secondly, would this be the same if I’m
    singing up from another country like South America or eastern
    Europe. How would it work in there and would it be the same kind of

    I would very much appreciate your answer.

    Thank you very much

    Eddy G.

    • Comment by Adam — January 14, 2013 @ 10:12 am

      Hi Eddy,

      Thanks for visiting, Surveyhead is a USA based company but it provides surveys to people all over the world, if you sign up from another country other then USA, it will have the local currency as well as the US currency and being that they pay via paypal, any country that is supported by paypal can join up do surveys and get paid.

      The surveys are different to each country and will be relevant to the part of the world that the member comes from. I hope this answers your questions and if you need to know anything else feel free to ask.

  9. Comment by Myearn — January 29, 2013 @ 2:00 am

    Survey Head is a great campaign, we have this offer in our offers website. In our website you get money for completing campaigns such as this one. We also have other types of campaigns.

    If you have any doubts, you can use the contact button and get in touch with us, we answer in 24h time, any day of the week.

    • Comment by Adam — January 29, 2013 @ 8:23 am

      Hello Myearn, thanks for visiting, unfortunately I had to edit your post as I do not allow website links within the body of a comment, your other link though is welcome to stay.

      I’ll be checking out your site later and will be sending you a few questions.

  10. Comment by Steve — April 4, 2013 @ 12:45 pm

    Hello i just want to know how many surveys would i recieve a week,also i am a bit sceptical about signing up.any feed back would be appreciated Cheers.

    • Comment by Adam — April 10, 2013 @ 11:42 am

      Hi Steve, the amount of surveys will depend on your individual demographic and what particular research assignments are out at the time. As an example if Huggies is conducting research on their disposable nappies they will not be asking people with out children for their opinion. Like wise if Schick is looking for opinions on their razor blades, they won’t be asking people that use electric shavers. So it is impossible to answer your question with any great accuracy, but I would think that 3 to 5 a week would be a safe estimate.

  11. Comment by leslie — June 10, 2013 @ 11:06 pm

    Hi Adam. I’m an American living in Australia for a year, so I’m wondering which country I should list as the “country I live in” for the purposes of taking these surveys.

    Would I be less likely to qualify for Australian surveys due to not being an Australian citizen and/or being less familiar with Australian products, companies, politics, etc? (And if not, is it possible to update my country of residence when I go back to the U.S.?) What do you recommend?

    • Comment by Adam — June 11, 2013 @ 8:39 am

      Hi Leslie, great question. Pretty much being that you are residing in Australia for the time being, set your country of residence to Australia, your citizenship status won’t effect the number of surveys that will be sent to you. You will find the surveys are pretty much generic, so the qualifying question maybe something like “do you in chocolate” or “how often do you watch movies” so this shouldn’t hamper you if you do not have knowledge of a specific Australian product. When you are back in the US, then you will be able to change you address details to reflect the change.

  12. Comment by LIZ — July 22, 2013 @ 5:14 pm

    Hello Adam
    I to have signed up for several survey sites and same ol’ crap comes thru my emails – rewards, vouchers, competittions, gaming sites etc. No cash – my main aim is cash.
    Also, what is also frustrating – they ask about your credentials and each time – I get “Sorry you are not suited to take this Survey” – My experiences thru life, including work, social, family, health, fitness, abuse, unemployment, employment etc. I have it all and so much experience and knowledge to answer questions – that I get rejected. This is frustrating. You are limited and boxed into a category and thats it. Not realising that people that are currently unemployed doesn’t necessarily mean they are unable to answer questions on everyday’s lifes activities. I need the extra cash badly, and need the resource that is smart in peoples lifes judgement. YES I HAVE MY OWN OPINIONS – thats just from experiencing the greater world…lol

    • Comment by Adam — July 24, 2013 @ 11:19 am

      Hi Liz,

      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment, unfortunately some sites that say they are survey sites are in fact not, they simply offer surveys from other sites and throw in their other offers as well, my suggestion is to create a throw away email address for your survey sites, gmail is ideal for this, that way your main address will not get filled with all sorts of offers. Here at Australian Survey sites, I try my best to only suggest sites that are proven and don’t have a bunch of hoops you have to jump through to get paid, but even I make mistakes some times and those sites soon get removed.

      Yes you are boxed into a category when it comes to market research, but companies are paying up to tens of thousands of dollars to run their campaigns so it is pretty much a case of what they want is what they get. If Huggies is conducting research on disposable nappies, then they will be wanting the opinions of parents that have young children that are using their nappies, they won’t be asking for the opinions of a parent that has grown up children even though that parent may have used disposable nappies in the past. This is just the way it is unfortunately.

  13. Comment by Henry — August 14, 2013 @ 7:11 pm

    Do you still rate sureyhead as the top survey panel or do you think they’ve slipped lately?

    • Comment by Adam — August 15, 2013 @ 1:24 pm

      Hi Henry, I think all survey sites will constanly have good times where you get a heap of surveys for awhile and then bad times where it seems you don’t qualify for anything, unfortunately this is just part of the industry, lets face it if Cadbury has commissioned a company to conduct market reaserch, they are not going to be interested in the opinions of people who don’t eat chocolate. I guess it is just a matter of what companies are paying for surveys to be conducted at the time. That being said I still find surveyhead to be the site that I complete the most surveys on and on average it is has the highest paying surveys.

  14. Comment by karl — October 25, 2013 @ 1:48 am

    Hi Adam, how do i access those sites…i keep being directed to ipoll…

  15. Comment by Michael — November 29, 2013 @ 8:33 am

    I’ve been following this thread and keen to try Survey Head. Before I do, need to know if the survey reward is known to me before or after I complete the survey?

    Like most people I’m only interested in $ paying surveys not discount vouchers or points.

  16. Comment by Jane — January 16, 2014 @ 2:16 pm

    Hi, If they pay into a Paypal account, can I then transfer that from the Paypal account into my own bank?

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