How to improve your account quality score and qualify for more high-payout surveys?
At Drumo, your success is our success and we know how frustrating it can be to get disqualified from a survey or to get your account suspended. While nobody qualifies for 100% surveys they attempt, there are some things you can do to increase your quality score, qualify for more surveys (especially high-payout ones).
Every time you take a survey on Drumo you actually participate in market research and your opinion has real impact on brands, products and services in your country. That's why we need to ensure that we provide our Partners with top quality answers to the questions they may have.
Top reasons that may reduce your quality score are:
speeding through surveys
failing at attention-check questions
providing too short answers to open-end questions
giving inconsistent or unrelated answers
starting a lot of surveys at the same time
Let's explore these in more detail:
Go further by going slower
This is a common issue that may result in disqualification even though you’ve been answering all the questions truthfully. It’s normal that everyone would like to finish a survey and get their reward as fast as possible, but being too fast may result in frequent disqualifications especially if you’re answering much faster than the average time needed to take a given survey.
Pay attention to attention-check questions
Most survey providers have techniques to detect whether you’re really engaged and focused. You may be asked some questions that may sound a bit weird, eg. “What color is a carrot?” These questions are designed to check if you’re paying attention to your answers. Failing at these questions may indicate that you're not paying attention to the survey questions and there's a risk of having your account flagged for quality issues and permanently blocked.
Be careful in open-ended questions
In open-ended questions, always give comprehensive answers, even if you feel that a short answer may be enough. Even though you may not be disqualified immediately, your account risks being flagged as ‘low quality’ and your access to surveys (especially high-payout ones) may get limited.
Take your time, read the question carefully and give the best answer you can. It will take a bit longer but it really pays off. Never, ever give 1-word answers to open-end questions.
Being consistent is the key
You may be surprised to be asked the same question more than once - in most cases it's done on purpose - the survey provoder wants to check if you're focused and giving true ansers to each question.
Most surveys are designed in a way to spot inconsistent answers - failing this test will definitely decrease your quality score.
Don’t open all the available surveys at once
Opening all available surveys at once and trying to complete them one by one may cause more disqualifications because some surveys may no longer be available when you start fthem. Also, opening surveys in a short period of time may look like behaviour of a bot and result in blocking your account.
By improving your quality score, you'll succeed in more surveys and will get access to high-payout ones.
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