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A focus group is a small group of people (6-10) who provide feedback or opinions on something that has been created or is about to be released. The moderator asks questions and tries to get everyone's opinion.
You must register at a market research company and apply to participate in a focus group. You will answer a few questions about your profile and interests, but this is typically not a lengthy process.
Companies use focus groups to gather valuable consumer insights about their operations, products, and ideas. Understanding what people like, dislike, and want from them is crucial to improving their bottom line.
Paid focus group members can earn cash, but some companies may offer gift cards, vouchers, or free products. You will know what's in it from the invitation to join the focus group.