(PRWEB) June 28, 2004
It has finally happened. Children are always said to know more about a lot of stuff than their parents. Now, they can finally turn this knowledge into money. Corporations are desperate to know what consumers think. To do this, they put together countless surveys, questionnaires, and other methods to get information out of everyday people. Any feedback received can save these companies millions of dollars in advertising. Those consumers who are savvy and position themselves properly can have a piece of the millions that they have helped the companies save.
"The problem is that kids are taking these surveys for free," says Kay Anderson, America's leading authority on how to profit as a consumer. Ms. Anderson explains that there are thousands of companies that are willing to pay consumers cash for their opinions. Both kids and parents can take advantage of this corporate need for consumer feedback.
Ms. Anderson has a following of people who make a living by providing corporations with valuable information. She says, "If companies can make money from consumers, there is no reason why consumers can not make money from companies."
Corporations have special departments that receive millions of dollars to find out what consumers want. According to Ms. Anderson, if consumers told the companies directly what they want, for a price, there would be no need for these departments. The millions of dollars would go directly to the consumers.
Ms. Anderson calls these consumers "consumer consultants" and explains that in the not to distant future there will be millions of people working as professional consumers. She says the next couple of years will be great for anyone looking for a fun way to make $20 or $30 an hour just for giving their opinions. The good thing is that it doesnÂt take any special degree or training. Anyone can get started.
Those who are interested in earning money through survey-taking or general consumer consulting can visit http://www.getcashforyouropinion.com/consumers.html for additional resources.
Ms. Anderson is recognized to be the foremost expert on how to profit as a consumer. While there are plenty of consumer advocates teaching consumers how not to get scammed and how to save money, and plenty of opportunistic lawyers teaching consumers how to sue, Ms. Anderson has developed a system that allows consumers to make an honest buck by providing a much needed service to corporations. Her system is simple: It shows consumers how to make money by giving their opinions. By becoming a consumer consultant, anyone can make an extra few hundred dollars a week.
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