YourSayPays is a great survey site for dipping into each day. I’m always on the lookout for quick and easy ways to make extra money, and surveys are a big part of what I do. I particularly like quick and easy surveys, I’m not a fan of the ones that waffle on for ages only to either make me a few pence or screen me out part way through!
I’m a huge fan of side hustling, and I do lots of things to bring in extra money every single day. Side hustles help us to keep our heads above water and save up for things we wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford, so they’re a really important part of my life! Surveys are a great way to bring in extra cash, and you can find lots of info on My Money Cottage – check out this post about Prolific Academic, by far my highest paying survey site.
How does YourSayPays work?
OK, so we all know the general workings behind a survey site. They post the surveys and you get paid to complete them. Simple. But they do all have their own little quirks so it’s worth knowing a little more about how YourSayPays actually works.
When you first sign up to YourSayPays, make sure that you take a minute to complete your profile. It really does only take a minute but you’ll get your first £0.20 added to your account which is a nice bonus.
Once you’ve signed up and verified your email address, you’re good to go.
You can then head over to the surveys section and start making some money!
YourSayPays works in a similar way to onepoll. Although you may get the occasional email inviting you to complete a survey, you will usually need to physically log in to see what’s available.
Each survey does only pay a small amount as you can see. Sometimes there won’t be any surveys available, whereas on other days there may be 6 or 7. They are first come first served, so it’s a good idea to check in regularly. I try to check in at least once a day, usually in the evenings when the children are in bed and I’m too tired to do anything else!
Cashing out with YourSayPays
One of the things I love about YourSayPays is that the payout threshold is lower than some other sites. Once you hit £20 you can cashout to either PayPal or opt to receive Amazon vouchers. I ALWAYS prefer the cash, so PayPal is my preferred choice. In my experience, it takes around a week for the funds to arrive, but YourSayPays say up to 14 days. Either way it’s pretty quick.
YourSayPays isn’t going to make you a millionaire, I think that’s pretty safe to say! But, it’s one of those sites that you can slowly work away at and over the course of the year it’s easy to make over £150 from YourSayPays alone.
If you’re a fan of side hustles already, or you want to learn a little more about how you can make extra money online WITHOUT falling into any gimmicks, then I have a 30 day challenge that I’d love you to take part in!