Free Vacations

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Free vacations are just one of the inducements for web surfers to participate in consumer surveys. Trips to the Bahamas, Europe, Asia, and Australia are more than enough to draw individuals with both wanderlust and a few spare moments throughout the day. Well, at least the promise of exotic locales such as these.

The typical online survey takes anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour to complete, not too sizable a commitment compared with a week on some white-sand beach beneath a tropical sun. And while the odds of actually scoring a trip to the Caymans or Sydney, or Bali are still remote, they're significantly better than those of, say, your state lottery. Survey groups may be growing in popularity, but they're hardly the first place people turn in hopes of winning free vacations.

Earning Free Vacations

If you're like most people, the words "free vacation" probably conjure up images of a time share condo in some less-than-desirable part of the world. Moreover, to get there, you have to travel on the hottest or coldest day of the year, and then only if it's a Wednesday at two in the afternoon. But the free vacations offered by focus groups and data-collection agencies have none of these trademarks. They're legitimate vacations in legitimate vacation venues.

You can enter to win trips every time you successfully complete a consumer survey. In some instances, this will require several days of work, albeit paid work, and more than a casual responsiveness. Marketing groups are eager to know what you truly think and will demand precise and comprehensive feedback. Otherwise, they'll hire someone else for their surveys in the future.


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