How the Texas Tribune is Making $5K a Month from Google Microsurveys
Posted: 4/13/2012 | By: Sarah Marshall | Journalism.co.uk
Two weeks ago Google announced that it had partnered with a group of US publishers to launch microsurveys
Publishers display a single question and in return they get paid by the market researchers seeking data.
Market research companies pay Google $0.10 a question and Google passes $0.05 cents of that to the publisher.