How To Get Paid To Go Shopping
The way that the US economy is structured means that fully two thirds of our Gross Domestic Product is generated by consumer demand and spending. That means that some 11.25 trillion (with a T) dollars of our national spending each year is driven by consumer spending.
This is a staggering number, and it clearly demonstrates just how powerful a force the US consumer exerts on our national economy.
You contribute to that total without thinking about it, and for most people at least, without even realizing it. Literally every time you head to the store or the mall, you’re doing your part to grow and expand national output by demanding various goods and services. In other words, by simply shopping; something we all do, nearly every day of the year.
Businesses large and small have a vested interest in knowing the details of your shopping experience, and are willing to pay you handsomely for providing those details.
At first glance, that might seem ridiculous. After all, who would pay you to do something that literally everyone does anyway? It’s a fair question, but there’s obviously more to it that just the shopping bit.
The reason that companies are willing to pay you is to get your feedback. They can then use this feedback to improve their weak areas, enhance customer satisfaction, and get the edge over their competitors.
They want to know if you were able to find the goods you were looking for quickly and easily, which speaks to the way they have their stores laid out. When you did find the goods you wanted to buy and proceeded to checkout, were there lines? Did you have to wait a long time? Were there enough registers open to handle the flow of customers checking out?
And of course, those questions are just the tip of the iceberg. Was the cashier courteous? The rest of the staff in the store? If you had questions about the products, were you able to find someone to ask? Were they knowledgeable and helpful? Was the store clean? Were the restrooms open and were they clean?
Keep in mind, the managers who run the show don’t have eyes on these kinds of details, and the only way they can get the information is to ask the consumer directly, and that’s why they’re willing to pay for the information.
The next question then is, how can you get in on this game? How can you find companies that are willing to pay you to shop? You could do it the hard way and spend weeks, if not months, tracking them down on the internet, but these companies (for obvious reasons) make it somewhat difficult to find themselves, else they would be inundated with people clamoring to sign up to do it.
Fortunately, you don’t have to go to that trouble. A new course called Real Shopping Jobs walks you through how to sign up to get paid to shop, and to start landing assignments and receiving payments.
The team behind the Real Shopping Jobs website includes experienced “paid shoppers” who can tell you exactly which paid shopping opportunities are available in your area, and how to sign up. They’ll save you an enormous amount of time and trouble by pointing you towards the most convenient, highest-paying assignments.
Click here to get started as a paid shopper. This is a fun, convenient way to make extra money (and get free merchandise as well). We’ve got a feeling you’re going to wish you knew about this years ago!