In the past, many bloggers and site owners opted for “paid for” subscriptions for their site in order to earn income from their content. Visitors would have to subscribe to their services by paying a small fee prior to gaining access to the site. Today, however, fewer sites use this strategy. In fact, the majority of site owners have changed their strategy to focus on surveys, and have had positive experiences.
The Google Survey
If you are looking for residual income from your site, blog, or content, then your best bet might just be trying out the Google Survey service. By requiring your visitors to fill out a brief survey, you engage them while at the same time earn a bit of income. However, you must be careful using this strategy as it could potentially turnoff visitors who might assume your site is full of spam.
Fortunately, in Australia in particular, the Google survey is still going strong. With protection from the largest search engine of them all, site owners can use these surveys for financial gain while creating an inviting environment for their audience.
Should you use them?
The answer to that question is largely dependent on what you hope to do with the survey. If you have set up your site with the intention of earning an income, then yes, we would suggest implementing a Google survey into your platform. If you are afraid that you might scare off potential customers, then avoid them. Either way, it’s important to realize this could be just another tool in your toolbox for earning an income via your site.