Triaba Surveys is one I have mentioned quite a few times, mainly in my overseas articles, such as the best surveys in Singapore and Bulgaria, to name a few. And, the reason I like this survey panel a lot is that it’s open to almost every country and they offer a decent number of survey invites. Plus, it’s extremely easy to use.
While Triaba Surveys looks promising at first, it still has its flaws like other companies.
In today’s review, I will show you how Triaba works, how much you can make as well as what I think of it. As in all of my reviews, I’m always 100% honest, only recommending what I feel is worth your time.
What is Triaba?
Tribaba is an international survey company that only focuses on surveys. You won’t find any other ways to make money, such as watching videos or third-party offerwalls, etc. This is a huge plus if you’re looking for a site that solely focuses on surveys.
The company is part of Cint Digital Insights, which works like a third party that provides Triaba with the surveys. I have reviewed companies in the past that have used Cint as their platform as well.
Triaba is a Norwegian company and has more than 85+ country panels.
Earning Money with Surveys
The nice thing, as mentioned with Triaba, is that it’s very easy to use.
Once you create an account, you can immediately access your surveys on the dashboard, which will look something like this:
This list went on, at least for me, but remember, you won’t qualify for all of these. In fact, be prepared to qualify for maybe 10-20% of the surveys you click on. However, you can increase these chances when you fill out your profile in detail. I will get into that next.
For now, if you’re interested in any of the surveys on the panel, just click one of interest. Everything you need to know is presented right to you, such as the time it takes to complete the survey and how much you will get rewarded. On average, try to shoot for $1 per 10 minutes, no less. Even though the survey says “11 minutes,” for example, this tends to be on the higher end.
Fill Out Your Profile for More Surveys
Like the many survey panels out there, Triaba will want you to complete your profile so that they can send you targeted surveys. You can find your profile via the tab on your dashboard, as seen below.
This is 100% optional, but again, I highly recommend you fill it out in its entirety if you want to receive as many surveys as possible. If you don’t, you will find yourself receiving a lot of invites that don’t relate to your demographics. This can get frustrating, as you can imagine.
These profile questions are usually very quick, but the only downfall is that there are close to 200 that you can answer. What I usually do is answer a few a day, and eventually, they are gone.
How Many Surveys Will I Get?
This is a hard question to answer as it will be dependent on a few factors, such as your demographics as well as where you live. Since the company works with more than 85+ countries, some countries will see many more surveys than another.
In short, if you live in the United States, UK or Australia, for example, then you could see multiple invites a day. I always saw at least 20+ invites and they would continue throughout the day; however, a country such as Nigeria may only see one or two a day.
Again, it’s hard to say, but if you’re able to join, I will say that the survey invites seem to be above average in comparison to competitors.
In the USA, you can easily make $5 a day, but anywhere else, you may be struggling to hit that goal. I recommend you try it out to see what you can do for the day.
How Much Will I Make?
Depending on where you live, again, this will vary.
In the United States, surveys range from $0.30 to more than $5+, but the average seems to be in the $1 range. In other countries, the average is much lower, but in comparison to competitors, it seems to be quite high.
Plan on seeing surveys anywhere in the $0.30 to $5 range. I highly recommend you create an account and then log in to see what kind of surveys you can take advantage of.
The nice thing about Triaba is that they have a few rewards, but they are rewards people usually want, including Amazon and PayPal.
While I was writing this, this is what they had to offer, as well as the minimum required for that particular reward:
- Visa ($25)
- Amazon ($10)
- GCodes ($10)
- GiftCard PASS ($10)
- PayPal ($12.50)
- Global Gift Card ($10)
Even if you want a retailer gift card, the GCodes gift card has almost any retailer/restaurant you can think of.
And, no matter where you live in the world, you will see that the rewards are quite similar. Keep in mind that the currency you see above is in your local country’s currency.
The minimum redemption rate is okay. I wouldn’t say it’s great nor would I say it’s bad. I would say it’s the middle. The nice thing is that seeing they have a lot of surveys, you should be able to reach this redemption rate relatively fast.
- open to more than 85+ countries
- free to join
- many reward options
- tons of surveys
- nothing too unique as they work with CINT, a third-party offerwall of sorts
- lots of disqualifications
Triaba does a good job opening panels to multiple countries, so if you live outside of the United States, then it’s definitely something you will want to check out. You won’t get rich of course, but sometimes, people are happy with $5~ a day or so. It just depends on your goals.
Remember, they won’t offer anything unique, either, as they work with CINT, a survey platform found on other survey-like websites. They just do a better job marketing it.
For now, sign up and check it out if you haven’t joined a CINT panel yet. Also, make sure you fill out your profile so that you can maximize your earning potential. You should be able to find a good list of surveys once you do so.
That’s going to do it for now.
As always, be sure to comment on your experience or add to what I have written in the comments below.
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