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How does our refer a friend scheme work?

Taking part in paid market research is a great way to let big brands know what you think. From fitness to fashion and technology to food and drink, whatever your interests, we work with loads of different brands so there’s bound to be a market research project for you. If we do contact you about a study that’s not quite right for you though, don’t scroll on – refer a friend!

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Our refer a friend scheme

If you’ve signed up to Angelfish Opinions to take part in market research, we’ll send you invitations to take part in studies via email. If the study isn’t right for you – or if you received an email or spotted something on our website that made you think of a friend or family member, they could be suitable to take part – and you could earn a reward for referring them!

Spread the word about a specific project by telling your friends and family to provide your name and email address when they sign up to our panel. If they successfully take part in a research project, you could earn up to £20 in Amazon Gift Vouchers as a little thank you from us! And if that isn’t enough of a reason to refer a friend, here are a few more…

Give them the chance to have their say

Paid market research is a great way for people to have their say on products and services that interest them. So if you’ve got a foodie friend who is keen to test the latest kitchen equipment or if you know a technophile who can’t wait to get their hands on the latest gadgets, send them our way! By taking part in paid market research they can share their opinions on everything, from trialling new products to reviewing existing ones, and even share their thoughts on prices.

Paid market research is fun!

Another great thing about taking part in market research is that it’s really good fun. Joining in with research such as focus groups is a great way to meet new people and participate in a discussion where their thoughts and opinions are really valued. Not only that, but it’s also a really good way to meet people with similar interests – who knows, they might even make some new friends!

They can earn some extra money

Another reason to refer a friend to take part in market research is the financial incentive. Companies know how important it is to listen to their customers’ opinions, which means they are prepared to make taking part in research worthwhile. Depending on the type of research and the amount of time it takes, your friend could take home anything between £40-£150 in the form of cash, as a gift voucher, cheque or a bank transfer – not bad for a few hours of fun!

So the next time you see a market research project that isn’t necessarily for you, don’t just hit delete or scroll on by – refer and friend and you could both benefit!

Sign Up Here.