The Offerwalls module on JumpTask offers a great variety of different tasks for you to complete. One of those tasks is surveys, which may raise a few questions regarding how to do them correctly, what they are used for, and how they generally work. These are the key things to know about surveys.
Firstly, just like with other surveys you may encounter on the internet or even in real life, the surveys on JumpTask are done for market research purposes and to evaluate and understand the collective public opinion. Your answers to the survey questions could provide insight into how a particular product or service performs, what could be improved, and so on.
While some surveys may have many questions, none require you to provide any personal information. You do not need to provide any sensitive data that could associate you personally with the answers you provide. That is because the researchers who conduct the surveys do not need such information. Besides that, all of the survey providers on JumpTask comply with data regulation laws in the United States and Europe. In this regard, anonymity and security are guaranteed.
Speaking of the survey process, the absolute critical factor in successful survey completion is the quality of responses. Before you can take surveys, you will be asked a few general questions to check which surveys you are most qualified to do. After this, the best matching surveys will be provided for you.
Due to the need for perfect matching, the industry average shows that only 10% of engaged users get to complete rewarded surveys. However, JumpTask had selected the most advanced survey providers powered by artificial intelligence/machine learning, and thus, the completion rates should be much higher.
Since the key point to successful survey completion is the quality of responses, you are expected to provide honest and accurate answers to the questions found on the surveys themselves. Providing untrue or just plain gibberish answers could lead you to disqualification from the surveys, even though you may have completed the survey already.
Moreover, the answer data is stored for future reference; hence, providing fake answers could lead to a decreased number of surveys you receive. Some surveys contain fun and seemingly random questions such as “What is bigger? A: The Moon B: A wheel of cheese”. That is done to check if there is no automation or cheating involved in answering the questions in the survey.
Finally, needless to say, the usage of VPN services, proxies, automation tools, or other things that could be deemed as cheating will result in your account being banned on both JumpTask and partner sites.