Vivatic Review – Is It Worth The Effort?

What Is Vivatic?

Vivatic is a site where you can make money by completing small tasks, taking surveys, micro jobs, writing jobs or by referring others. But is it worth it?

In this review of Vivatic I'm going to dig deep into this program and see if it's actually a good option for you to make money online. ​

Vivatic Review

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Name: Vivatic

Website: Vivatic.com

Price: Free To Join

​Rating: 40 out of 100

How It Works

There is a wide variety of different jobs you can do to earn money with Vivatic and they actually give you a dollar just for signing up. 

Just like the image shows, all you have to do is sign up and start completing jobs that suit your taste. 

I've reviewed a lot of other survey sites and they all vary a lot in terms of quality but I can say for sure that Vivatic is on the higher end of the quality spectrum. 

It's a legitimate company that consistently pays out what people have earned.

A lot of the survey companies out there are just tricking people into giving them their email addresses which they then sell to other companies or blast your inbox with salesly spam. 

Fortunately Vivatic is exactly what it claims to be, a pay per task company. 

The types of jobs you can choose from are as follows:

  • Online Surveys
  • Cash Offers
  • Polls
  • Micro jobs or tasks
  • Writing Jobs
  • Referral program​

You may have heard of some of the other popular pay per task websites out there like Swagbucks, A.W. Surveys, Fusioncash Surveys or Earnably.

All of those websites offer similar services to Vivatic with varying degrees of legitimacy.

Lets go over the different ways to earn with Vivatic.

Online Surveys

​These are really simple. You just fill out easy questionnaires for companies so that they can get a better idea what the public wants. 

This helps the companies figure out what products to create or how to improve current products. ​

​They use two different survey companies, Toluna and Global Test Market but it's my understanding that I'll have more surveys from more companies made available to me after I've completed more.

As you can see these two surveys that I've shown above are estimated to take around 16 minutes and ​10 minutes. 

The 10 minute survey pays $0.40 and the 16 minute one pays $0.60.

I took both of these surveys and they took me 3 minutes less than what they estimated so it is possible to rush through them to a certain degree. 

With those numbers that I just gave you the hourly wage works out to about ​$3.50 Canadian. 

So you can decide for yourself if that's worth your time. Personally I think it's too little pay for the work.

There are much better ways to make money online that take far less time that even beginners can do. ​

Cash Offers

Cash o​ffers are fairly commonplace with survey companies. It's just an additional way to make money for pretty much zero work. 

Basically companies hire Vivatic every time their members(you) accept an offer from them. Then Vivatic shares some of that money with you for accepting the offer.

What are the​ offers??

There are a few different types of offers that you will see from Vivatic.

  • No credit card needed
  • Credit card needed, but no money taken
  • Paid offers​

The no credit card needed offers usually just require you to give a company your email address or phone number and sometimes both.

Vivatic will pay you up to $2 for each offer you sign up for. Sounds pretty easy and good actually but there is a down side.

Once you give​ these companies your email address and phone number they'll spam you constantly trying to sell you crap. 

It's annoying and it takes a long time to unsubscribe to all the lists that you end up on.

​The Credit card needed but no money taken offers are slightly more risky. 

Most of the time they want you to sign up for a membership program of some sort. The memberships usually have a trial period where it's free. 

The problem is that if you forget to cancel your subscription before the trial period ends your credit card will get charged. 

So it's basically some crap membership program that is just hoping that people will forget to cancel. 

The Paid offers are the worst of all in my opinion. 

They make you think that you just make a deposit with a company an they'll give you more money back. I'm not really sure where the logic is on this one. 

For example you would deposit $5 and then Vivatic would pay you $6 back. So even though you had to pay, you end up making a dollar out of it. 

The issue is that not all of the offers work this way. Every now and then they will sneak one in where the deposit is actually more than what you get in return. This is not good. 

So that's the offers. I really don't like these things and I would advise people to avoid them if you can. 

Polls

​The way this is explained is that you just have to take easy polls where they ask you questions and you give honest answers. 

They say that you'll get $0.10 for every 10 polls you complete. ​

So I took a screenshot of the polls section on the Vivatic website so you could see for yourself. 

​As you can see there are no polls available. This hasn't changed since I've been a member which is about 3 weeks now. 

I'm not sure why they aren't activating this, especially since this is a selling point for new members.

If you're reading this and you notice that they started using this please let me know so I can update this review.

Micro Jobs Or Tasks

​This is exactly what it sounds like. You get paid to complete small tasks. It's basically just really cheap labor. 

They use a crowdsourcing platform that assigns jobs to people using the internet.

What are the jobs and how much do they pay?

One of the jobs I was given was to enter a specific string of words into Google and try to find a certain website in the first 10 pages of Google results.

This is pretty boring and tedious but don't worry because it pays $0.05. Yup you read that right, 5 cents.

There's also a catch. Some of the websites I was meant to find in the results weren't even there which means I didn't even get paid for the time I spent looking for them.

Vivatic said that once you've completed 50 tasks you'll be offered jobs that pay $10 each which would be a hell of a lot better than 5 cents but I didn't have the time or patience to get through 50 tasks.

​Another task I got was to verify information about audiobooks. This was pretty straight forward but also kind of easy to mess up.

It required me to listen to an audio file and then do a Google search ​to find our if the information on Google matched the audio file. 

You have to be careful with this one because if you make an error they will think you're unreliable and block you from completing more tasks.

I earned 5 cents for this task and it took about 10 minutes.

Writing Jobs

I was​n't able to complete any writing jobs because in order to qualify for them you need to complete 20 tasks. 

I just don't think it's worth my time to complete those tasks because I think you already have a pretty good idea about the compensation that you get for working with Vivatic.

If you really want to work as a freelance writer you would be far better off signing up with a website like Fiverr, Elance or Freelancer.

The pay at those websites would be much better especially if you're a good writer.

Even better than freelance writing would be to start your own website and monetize it with affiliate links. This is actually easy to do with the right training program. ​

Referral Program

The ​referral program is probably the best earning opportunity on this entire website but that's not really saying much. 

It's a pretty standard affiliate program where they ​pay you if you "Refer-A-Friend".

​As you can see, they pay you $2 for every friend you refer as long as that friend earns at least $10. 

I'll be honest, it's going to be hard to refer a lot of people who end up making $10.

I'm pretty sure most people who join Vivatic end up giving up before they hit the $10 mark because they soon realize that it's not worth the time and effort.

Even if you have a huge social media following or a large email subscribers list you would still be hard pressed to make much money from this.

Final Thoughts

So that's Vivatic. I think you have a pretty good idea where I stand on this program. I don't like it.

I think it's a waste of time and you'll just be spinning your wheels for pennies.

I think a lot of people join these types of programs because they don't think they have the skills or know how to make money online any other way.

That's just not true. There are plenty of much better ways for beginners to make money online than this.

My top recommendation for beginners to make money online would be to learn affiliate marketing.

It's much easier than you think and you can actually make really good money from it.

I have a few affiliate marketing websites and they make me a really good living.

When I first started out I had no idea what I was doing but fortunately I stumbled across a really great training program that got me started in no time.

To learn more about how you can learn to make money with affiliate marketing click here. ​

Thanks very much for stopping by today. If you have any questions or comments please use the box below and I'll respond ASAP.

Cheers,

Robert​

Vivatic Review – Is It Worth The Effort?
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