Where do Peanut Labs’ surveys come from?

Peanut Labs’ parent company is Research Now, the largest online provider of survey sample in the world. About half of our surveys come from Research Now, and the other half come from Peanut Labs’ own internal sales team.  Peanut Labs rarely works with third-party providers of surveys, so we cut out any costs of middlemen survey […]

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What is a Screenout Reward?

A Screenout Reward is an optional function that allows you to reward a user for participating in a survey even when they don’t qualify to complete it for the full payout. When a market research client screens out a user, they do not save the collected information and do not pay Peanut Labs. However, it’s […]

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What are screenouts? Why do they happen?

Screenouts occur when a user clicks on a survey and, after answering a few questions, receives a message telling them that they do not qualify to complete the survey to earn credits. The average screenout occurs in under 2 minutes, so the user doesn’t waste much time. Market researchers are banned from retaining the responses […]

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How many surveys can a user complete each day?

Three. At first we display all surveys available to a user, and the user may choose which surveys they wish to complete. After they have completed three, we display a message encouraging the user to return tomorrow. This is a step we take to ensure high response quality – we find that users who complete […]

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What is the Peanut Labs Profile? How private is it?

In order to enable surveys on the Reward Center, each user must fill out the Peanut Labs profile. Until they do so, only offers will appear on the Reward Center. The profile collects basic demographic information and some purchase history, but it does not collect any personally identifiable information or contact information (ie. names or […]

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