After successfully completing your focus group, you will be paid by the facility that is hosting the focus group. Either by check or a Visa gift card.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: You will also need to register with the focus group facilities that conduct the focus groups after clicking through to register from FocusGroups.org.
If you have been selected to participate in a focus group you will be contacted by phone and/or email.
If you qualify for a study, you will be contacted by the focus group facility to schedule a time and day to come by and participate.
Totally understand your frustration. Here’s some background info that should help clarify the selection process a bit.
All focus group studies have a very specific set of criteria that respondents need to meet before they can qualify.
For example; One focus group may be looking for married women between 30-35 with kids, and an annual household income of $75k+ and they purchase a very specific brand of hand soap. Another focus group might be looking for single men between 20-25 that have traveled by plane in the last 2 months and have eaten at the airport. Some focus group criteria can get super specific!
So even if you meet most, but not all criteria you may still not qualify. It’s kind of like applying for jobs. You may apply for 20 jobs and still not get an interview, let alone a job! Same thing goes for focus groups.
On a positive note; keep in mind there are hundreds of people that are selected to be and participate in a focus group every day. So take courage, it’s just a matter of time.
The demographic criteria varies per focus group, and these are determined by the companies that initiate the focus group (companies like Coca Cola, Apple, Ford, etc.). We don’t have any control over this unfortunately.
Look towards the bottom on any email we sent you, and you should see a link to “Unsubscribe”. Click that and that will unsubscribe you from our emails.
Yes! Head on over to the recruitment page to submit your focus group: https://focusgroups.org/recruit
Yes, we do! We don’t often publish focus groups for smaller cities/towns, but we do regularly post focus groups that are open to people nationwide. Have a look: https://focusgroups.org/national.
Also, make sure to sign up for email notifications of new focus groups. You can sign up here: https://focusgroups.org/register. For city, select “Other”.
It would be best to check with the focus group facility that is conducting the focus group.
Yes, you can participate in focus groups that are out of your state as long as they are marked as “National”. To see the full list of current National focus groups, go here: https://focusgroups.org/national/studies
You’ll have to register for the focus group you’re interested in. If you qualify, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment.
You can update your email address here: https://focusgroups.org/profile/settings (You will have to log in first)