There are very few companies I would endorse these days. Especially coming right out and saying I endorse blah blah blah. Simply a review does not mean I actually endorse any product, company, etc. So when I use the actual words, that as a webmaster of Annika’s I fully endorse Web Survey Pro, says a heck of a lot.
I was contacted by the owner, and creator of WebSurveyPro. He respectfully asked that I add it to Annika’s Survey Tools page. At first I was a little shocked. Usually when someone contacts me to add something on that page it’s not created by them, it’s something a member/vistor has been using a while. My curiosity was peaked so I wrote back with a ton of questions. Every question had a direct answer. No games, no tricks etc. That made a huge impression! Usually I get people avoiding instead of sharing the good, bad and ugly. This was a guy right out of my book.
Let me explain a bit about WebSurveyPro.
Why two domains? There was a time when lots of sites started using non “.com” addresses, because they could use the domain name in the URL to make a full word or phrase, or something unique, or to just shorted the domain/url, like google.com also has goo.gl for their url shortener functionality. He just choose “.ro” because without the dot in “Websurveyp.ro”, it spells “websurveypro”.
Have you ever forgot you cashed out at a survey website? Was due payment for your time? Redeem your points for an Amazon gift card but confused which site it was? With WebSurveyPro you will never miss or forget a payment you rightfully-earned again!
You can sign up for an account and choose which survey panels you want to track payment. Then in the list, you can select “Add Redemption” to add a redemption to track, and whether you got paid or not. Yes, it’s really that simple. And as survey websites become a partner with WebSurveyPro creating the ability to fully track your redemptions directly, it will not only save you time, money and hassles of saving redemption emails, sticky notes, and logging in checking which panel owes you.
I believe this site has a lot of potential! In fact I find myself excited sharing this with you. The creator has already had to use the site to track down a payment he has yet to receive from one of the panels. He also believes without using this site to track his redemptions and pending payments, would have forgotten about that one.
Functionality-wise, the site offers the opportunity to track redemptions and payments. There is a place to track individual earnings. The site offers charts for pending payments, monthly payment totals, grouped by survey company, and types of payments (PayPal, check, Amazon gift cards). After registering, the user is presented with a list of the most popular research companies and their survey sites. The user chooses what sites they want to track, and is now able to add earning information, and redemption or payment events. Once the payment or redemption is received, they can easily mark it as received and add details of the payment.
Direct from the creator: “I would present the site as beta, work-in-progress. People can start using it now, and expect future enhancements. Future functionality I am working on will allow users to track product test participation. They will be able to see what product tests are pending, currently participating in, and have completed and awaiting payment. Also, I want to add more detailed reporting and charts. People can choose certain parameters for the report and see how much they’ve earned by through a particular site, or see how much they’ve earned over a certain time period. I also want to create aggregate reports of all user data related to how long it takes individual companies to pay. As you well-know, some pay immediately, while others pay months later. I still envision being able to automatically download participation activity directly from the survey companies.”
Be sure to follow him on twitter @WebsurveyPro and share this wonderful survey tool.