Online Projects

Our Online Projects require you to read over presentations and give your opinion by completing questionnaires via the Internet. We contact you when we have a project available in your area. These online projects range in length from 15 minutes to 2 hours.

Sign-Up

Your registration at researchparticipants.com will make you a candidate for online research projects when you select the “online project” preference during the sign-up process. You will be notified via email when you are selected to complete an online project. You must provide a valid email address when you sign-up.

Schedule

The advantage of online projects is the ability to participate from the comfort of your own home or office. Once you have received an email invitation, our online projects are available for completion 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Once you receive an email invitation for a project, you may complete it when it’s most convenient for you, as long as your work is completed by the project deadline (when we have reached our max number of completions needed for that particular project). We do ask that you complete the project in one sitting, which can range from 15 minutes to 2 hours.

Payment

Online projects are a great way to earn extra money. Online participants are only paid after they have successfully completed a project. You will receive a check in the mail delivered to the address you provide during the sign-up process. Checks are mailed after the project is completed which can take one to several weeks depending on the project type.

Requirements

All you need to participate in online projects is a computer with a web browser, access to the Internet, and a valid email address. Broadband internet access is desirable because some projects feature large files to view which may result in slow response times over dial-up connections.

Majority of our projects require that you live in a certain area to be eligible for a particular project. RPI must comprise its groups based on the demographic composition of the population of the area the project is being conducted.