Is Global Test Market a scam? Or is Global Test Market legit? In this Global Test Market Review, we'll give you all the information you need to make that ultimate decision.
Here's what you're about to read:
Global Test Market, GTM for short, is an online paid survey website. It was founded in 1999 and is powered by Lightspeed, which is one of the leading market research providers for companies that wanna get to know more about their potential customers.
GTM is available in more than a dozen languages, which is convenient. Most survey sites are English-only.
GTM's surveys are like most.
You start with a few personal questions so they can match you with the right surveys. And from there, you take surveys that take anywhere between 5 and 30 minutes to complete.
Like with most survey websites, they have more than one way to make money. GTM is no different.
They actually have 3 make money methods:
i. Complete Surveys
So the GTM survey program is points-based. Meaning you get points for every survey you complete. Each point is about 1 cent.
More points = more money.
ii. The Sweepstakes
The GTM Sweepstakes are like a monthly contest for points/cash.
You can gain entries by completing certain surveys.
More entries = more chances.
iii. Refer a Friend
GTM's referral program is a great opportunity for those who take it.
But unfortunately, it is not available to everybody. I assume it's only for US residents.
I'm in Canada and it says it isn't available in my region.
But yeah. Referral programs usually pay well.
Overall, I think GTM is a decent program. If I had to rank it, I'd give it a solid 3.5/5.
After spending the last few hours testing and trying out the site, I saw nothing that would make me think GTM is a scam.
Is GlobalTestMarket a scam? No. I can honestly say it's 100% legitimate.
However, making money with online surveys is very limiting.
Why? For one, the pay is low.
On average, you would probably get about $1 per survey. Which is alright, until you see how time consuming it is.
Surveys usually take about 5 to 30 minutes to complete.
So think about that for a minute. That's like 10x less than minimum wage.
You may not make your first $1 as soon as 30 minutes. You may not even make it in your first couple months.
But our #1 recommendation is to start a blog. Why?
Here's the deal:
With your own website (blog), you can do anything you want with it.
There are many possibilities when you own some virtual real estate.
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