Digital Trends PanelHow would you like £15 in thirty days time for doing pretty much next to nothing? If the answer is yes, then sign up to the Digital Trends Panel and install the nurago Web Meter. You also get the chance to complete some easy surveys.
You earn £15 for keeping nurago Web Meter installed and activated for thirty days. I've personally been paid this so can vouch that it's legitimate and does pay. My wife has also been paid £15 for having it installed on her laptop for thirty days.
You also get a further £5 every 90 days after you keep the Web Meter activated and an entry into the monthly prize draw. I can again vouch for the extra £5 - I've received it twice and my wife has received it once. If you don't think it's worth having the Web Meter installed any longer than the first thirty days, you can always uninstall it once you get paid.
You can refer your friends and family and earn an extra £1 for everyone who keeps the Web Meter activated for thirty days. You also get a £5 bonus if five people you refer keep the Web Meter activated for thirty days. I can't vouch for these payments and have never received them even though I know I have referred at least two people who have received their £15 payments.
There is no members area or login where you can check how many people you have referred so you don't know if the tracking is working or not. In my experience, it isn't and you have no idea of how many people you have referred. Having said that, it's still worth signing up and using it for one month to get the £15 payment. Refer your friends and family too, you're doing them a favour, they'll be getting £15 too.
You also get the chance to complete some quick and easy surveys and I've received a number of £1, £1.50, and £2 payments for completing the surveys.
What is The Digital Trends Panel?Digital Trends Panel is a market research study being run by GfK, one of the world’s largest market research companies, and is designed to help GfK's clients answer important questions such as:
- What different technologies do people own and what do they use them for?
- How does the arrival of new technology affect media use?
- Do people notice advertising, and how relevant or irrelevant do they find it?
- How popular are different media activities among different types of people?
What is the nurago Web Meter?
nurago Web Meter serves to research the usage of certain online offers. It records which websites you visit while you are using the Internet. nurago Web Meter registers the addresses (URLs) and contents of websites that you visit and your engagement with those sites. Therefore, nurago Web Meter is activated every time you open your browser.
nurago Web Meter works silently in the background and does not affect your surfing speed. It will not impact browser functionality in any way.
The nurago Web Meter collects the following types of information:
- URLs (A URL is the address of a specific website or file on the internet. An example of a URL would be google.co.uk)
- All content on unsecured websites you visit (this is done by collecting an unsecured page's source code, which allows us to reproduce a "screen shot" of each unsecured webpage you view)
- User clicks
- Internet search engine queries and results
- Displayed advertisements
- Data about the programs installed and used on your computer (for example, which instant messaging or browser software is installed and used on your computer)
- Data about your computing device that is generally available when your computing device connects to the Internet (for example, your IP address, operating system and browser type)
- Keystrokes or information that is entered into a web-form, such as website ids or passwords, credit card numbers or other financial account numbers, or other private data on a page in secure session.
- On secured (SSL-encrypted) pages we will not collect page content or form-data. Only the page URL will be collected.
- live in the UK,
- be 18 years old or over,
- be able to install software on your main computer which must have a Windows® operating system
- be using either Google Chrome™, Mozilla Firefox® or Microsoft® Internet Explorer to browse the internet.