MarketAgent is a survey site that has recently expanded to new countries and is now available in a large number of countries.
Is MarketAgent, however, legitimate and worthwhile to join, or is it a waste of time?
I’ve tried and tested hundreds of paid survey sites, and I’ve taken a close look at MarketAgent and put it to the test, and I’ll share my findings with you in this MarketAgent review.
So, if you want to know if it’s worth your time to join before you do, keep reading.
What is MarketAgent and what does it provide?
The headquarters of MarketAgent.com are in Switzerland. The website includes the physical address as well as a phone number. When you can find this kind of information on a survey site, it’s almost always a good sign that the company behind it is legitimate and not trying to hide its location.
However, just because a site is legitimate does not mean it is worthwhile to join.
So, let’s take a look at what MarketAgent.com has to offer and see if it’s right for you.
Paid Surveys (Option 1):
Paid surveys is the main way to make money on MarketAgent. It makes it simple to use and navigate.
And, compared to when I first joined it, it recently underwent a major update that improved the design and made it more modern and user-friendly, which is always a good sign when websites are updated and developed.
Once you have logged in, you can click to see all the available surveys.
It has a decent number of surveys, but how many you get access to depends on your location and profile.
If you decide to join after reading this review, the best way to ensure you get as many surveys as possible is to keep your profile updated and to fill it out as soon as possible.
MarketAgent surveys generally pay well for your time, but it is not one of the highest paying survey sites.
However, taking surveys here can still earn you some decent money, and I like that they make it very clear how many points you get per survey and how long it will take you to complete each one.
You may not always receive an email when a new survey becomes available for you, so it’s a good idea to log in and check for available surveys every now and then.
MarketAgent Mini-Surveys (Option 2):
There are a lot of what MarketAgent refers to as mini surveys in the members area.
They only take 1 second to answer. You should be aware, however, that you will not be compensated for taking part in these mini-surveys.
They’re just for entertainment, and they’re made by other members. You can also create your own mini-surveys and receive responses from other members.
I suppose it can be entertaining to participate in, but I find them to be a waste of time and prefer to concentrate on paid surveys.
Invite friends (Option 3):
On MarketAgent, there’s one more way to make a little extra money. This is accomplished by inviting friends to join.
You can send an invitation link to your friends, and if they accept, you can earn up to 50 points (will go into next how much the points are worth).
However, you must understand that simply joining is not sufficient. Before you can receive the reward, they must complete at least one survey.
However, if you have a large number of friends who might be interested in joining, it can be a good way to supplement your income.
Notifications in the browser (Option 4):
This isn’t necessarily a way to make money, but I wanted to include it because it may be a way to supplement your income.
In the “notifications” section of the website, you can enable browser notifications. A popup will appear when you turn it on, displaying the notifications.
It’s up to you whether this is a good way to be notified about new surveys or if it’s annoying, but at least you know it’s an option.
And, as previously mentioned, it can be a way to boost your earnings because you’ll be alerted to new surveys as soon as they become available, allowing you to take advantage of them before they fill up (many surveys only have a limited number of spots).
How do you get paid?
When you take surveys on MarketAgent, you will be paid in points, as you have probably guessed.
These points can then be exchanged for various prizes.
You can get paid in cash using PayPal or Skrill if you prefer. You can also choose to donate your earnings to a variety of charities.
To withdraw, you must have a minimum of 1,000 points. This is estimated to be worth $10/€10. As a result, 100 points are worth about $1.
Just keep in mind that payout methods and thresholds differ from country to country (later I will go over which countries it is available in).
Overall, I think MargetAgent has good payout methods and it’s fairly simple to reach the payout threshold.
This is something that has definitely improved since I first joined MarketAgent, when the points system was extremely confusing, so it’s nice to see it has been simplified.
How much money can you make?
To be honest, MarketAgent is not a place where you can expect to make a lot of money. The number of opportunities available will vary by country.
It does provide a reasonable number of surveys and a reasonable pay per survey, both of which have significantly improved in recent years. However, you should not expect to make a lot of money.
It is, however, worth considering as a secondary survey site.
Is it possible to use it on a mobile?
MarketAgent also has its own app, which is fantastic. It can make it simple to take a survey every now and then when you have some spare time.
The app is very user-friendly and simple to use.
It’s available for both Android and iOS, so compatibility shouldn’t be an issue for most people.
From where can you join MarketAgent?
MarketAgent is now available in over 70 countries, which is a significant improvement from when I first joined it, when it was only available in a few countries.
However, if you are interested in participating, you must first check the website to see if it is available in your country, as I am unable to list them all here. Furthermore, the platform is constantly expanding, so if your country isn’t currently available, it may be in the future.
One of the things I like about MarketAgent is that, in most cases, it is available in the local language in the countries where it is available. As a result, you’ll be able to take surveys and navigate the platform in your own language.
MarketAgent is a legitimate survey site. That does not, however, imply that it is worthwhile to join.
But let’s wrap up this review by summarizing the benefits and drawbacks so you can get a better idea of the site and decide whether or not it’s right for you.
- Available in local language in many countries
- Pays out in cash
- Has a user-friendly app
- Not very many opportunities to earn
- Rewards could be higher
Overall, MarketAgent has improved significantly over the last few years, and it can be a good way to supplement your income by sharing your opinion.
However, in my opinion, there are better survey sites, so MarketAgent is only a good choice if you want to join as many as possible. In my opinion, if you want to prioritize your time and only join a few sites, you should concentrate on other sites.
I’d love to hear from you in the comments section if you have any thoughts, questions, or experiences with MarketAgent.