Take time to love the Earth and make some money at the same time. America Recycles Day is each November 15th and is a time to learn about and implement ways to recycle products that are cluttering up the planet – and also to buy products made from recycled materials. When people recycle, it creates less waste and helps to preserve our dwindling natural resources.
Because eco-friendly issues have become a hot topic in the last decade, corporations are stepping up to the plate to find new ways develop, manufacture and market “green” products that consumers demand. One way that companies understand the way their target audience thinks about recycling is to ask them for their insights and opinions via online surveys. When consumers take surveys online, they are empowered to speak up and have their comments and concerns heard by top executives. It’s a win-win for everyone.
It is easy to find online surveys to take, just sign up at an online survey site that administers a variety of marketing research projects for major corporations. Once you submit your basic contact information and interest profile, the survey site will contact you when projects become available that meet your demographics. To find legitimate survey sites, use one of the free online databases of surveys providers found on the internet. Many of these survey sites offer compensation for your time, either with cash, merchandise, reward points or entries into sweepstakes.
Another way to find online surveys about recycling is to contact the company yourself. Checking out the corporate web site and signing up to be a panelist puts you in the running to take surveys for the company when they become available. A great reward for serving as a panelist is that you may be offered extra perks for filling out online surveys. For example, a local government looking for your opinions on watershed quality issues may reward you with free passes to the local swimming hole as a thank you.
Don’t just limit the “reduce, repurpose and recycle” sentiment for America Recycles Day for November 15th. Use the power of your voice on online surveys and focus groups to help make a change for the better, every day of the year. Another great “green” thing about taking recycling online surveys is the “green” – the green cash that is!