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Cointiply – “Earn More, Work Less” Strategy Series: Tap Research

Whether playing the Mining Game or not, it is important to consider various earning options offered by Cointiply and its partners. As we are dedicated to providing our readers with our own experience, we are publishing the opportunities here and there.

OfferWall features a number of individual walls. TapResearch is, probably, the most profitable out of them all… when it comes to Surveys. Simply because a user will be credited for “trying” to take a Survey. Every once in a while one stumbles across monstrous rewards for very little time spent (10,965 Coins = $1.09 = circa 6 CpH at 200% Mining Game Efficiency for 10 Minutes of time spent is a type of a Survey one encounters daily).

Time taken = 3 Minutes, no cheating

Hitting Survey “Jackpots” is something that comes with experience and some know-how. We will not reveal our “secrets” completely (we actually received an e-book publishing offer), as we do not profit from writing these mini-guides, however, for our readers’ sake, we will share the basis:

* “Blue” Surveys are not to be ignored. Chances are, since they are “New”, that’s where a user will hit the jackpot! In the worst case scenario, you will be granted something. An unsuccessful Survey is one’s bread and butter, paying anything from 51 Coins per Click to 500-1000 Coins for answering a question or two.

* Value your time. When the Coins-per-Minutes ratio falls to something line this…

…unless you are deliberately clicking to fail, give the OfferWall a break. New Surveys will appear. 

* Consider the off-peak times of day. Weekends is the time when everyone rushes to SurveyWalls… Swim against the flow.

* There is no such thing as an “ideal” participant. The range of surveys is immense and anyone will find “something”… specifically, as long as he or she resides in the higher-profitability countries (EU, USA…). If you don’t, do not lose hope. If there’s a will, there is a way.

* Being Honest and Being Consistent are of equivalent importance. Nuff said.

* You privacy is in danger. On a good note, if you think that you are under the Big Brother’s radar… think again. Yet again… If there is a will, there is a way. 

* Value your time. Put a pricetag on a minute of your time. 200-300 Coins per minute is better than 50 Coins per minute. Remember: there’s a lot of fish in the sea. 

* Hit a good streak? Have around 50000 Coins in your account after completing 4-5 good offers? Consider putting Cointiply’s desire to pay you to a test. Perhaps, withdrawing $5 worth of Dogecoin instead of pumping up the Mining Game’s economy is a good break?
* Click on the Silhouette on the top right corner.

* You will have access to some useful features and an understanding of your progress. Keep track of it and think about your Efficiency.

* Set yourself a “no-go” zone. I. e., for some, the “no-go” area could be as low as profiding the DOB, or the address details. For others, it could be allowing the Surveys to access one’s Webcams.

(to be continued…)


4 thoughts on “Cointiply – “Earn More, Work Less” Strategy Series: Tap Research”

  1. Just got this article in email today, the 14th of November and I am hoping it’s just a mix-up, looking freshly published. Tap Research does no longer pay a little for making it part of the way through a survey. In addition, the past week has brought me 2 completed surveys out of 68 attempts for a grand total of 3,000 or so coins. I see plenty of high paying surveys, but am disqualified almost immediately, or make it 80 or 90% through and then see “this survey is closed” or “thanks but we have all of the replies we need now” Sometimes, just nothing…… dumped back to the offer screen. (which currently just hangs like a page is loading but never does)
    This is night and day different than a week ago; easy to grind 100,000 coins in a week or so but now? Not so much. Not so much AT ALL. It seems TABOO in the chat room to ask questions about this as well, but the few that do respond say the same things I’ve just said.
    By the way, I’ve never cheated, lied, etc on any survey, am a middle aged, married white guy who’s employed in a white collar position making middle class money. I qualified for almost every single survey I tried for the previous couple months.
    So, again I hope this is an older story published here because it’s not all dancing and singing right now at Tap Research’s area.


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