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MFour Reaches Million Active-Panelist Milestone

MFour Mobile Research, the only market research firm that can boast an all-mobile survey panel, has boosted its active-panel size to more than a million strong.

Since January, 198,000 new panelists have signed up for MFour’s signature Surveys on the Go® application, vaulting it past the million-member milestone.

What explains MFour’s panel’s phenomenal growth? In a nutshell, the Surveys on the Go® app makes survey-taking fun, fast and easy. MFour’s panelists have flocked to the invitation to “Be Heard. Get Paid,” and come away satisfied. The proof is in the 4.5-star rating they’ve given the Surveys on the Go® app.

Panelists who take surveys enjoy three easy-payment options – PayPal, Amazon gift cards or Visa. Here’s what some Surveys on the Go® panelists have been saying:

★★★★★
Money by the Click of a Button
Easy Surveys, Fun, Surveys, Amazing Customer Support, you actually earn. Some payout $10. All from your phone! I LOVE THEM!!!!… i want more.
by Lourdes Vasquez on 2016-04-10

★★★★★
So fun and easy!
The payout starts to add up fairly quickly and mostly all of the surveys are fun to take. You even get a small payout even if you don’t qualify for a particular survey.
by BloodyHolly13 for v2.9.4_​ · United States

MFour’s co-founder and CEO, Chris St. Hilaire, personally tracks every rating and comment as part of the company’s promise to deliver the best mobile research, rising from the best and best cared-for mobile panel.

“It’s a pretty simple proposition. Treat your panel fairly and honestly and they’ll keep coming back,” said, St. Hilaire.

Consequently, the nation’s only all-mobile panel continues to grow by 2,000 – 3,000 new panelists per day without paid advertising.  Panelists form the backbone of the unique platform that meets quotas, fields surveys and amasses data faster than any other. Especially significant, MFour is the research industry’s mainline to Millennials, the rising, hard-to-reach generation of key consumers who won’t answer surveys by email or the Internet because they’re living on their smartphones.