The program is part of the Amazon Shopper Panel, an invite-only program in which customers may earn prizes by submitting receipts and doing surveys.
Amazon Advertisements is working to validate its own ads as well as those from third-party firms.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a trade proposition for you: Amazon will monitor your phone data to verify advertising and will pay you $2 each month in return.
Business Insider broke the story yesterday, citing Amazon’s Shopper Panel, which is ultra-exclusive and invite-only, as well as an ad verification program.
The Amazon Shopper Panel pays customers $10 for submitting ten receipts, and users may receive incentives by completing business questionnaires.
According to the Amazon Shopper Panel website, the program is an opt-in, invitation-only program in which participants can earn monthly rewards by sharing receipts from purchases made outside of Amazon.com.
Completing short surveys, and enabling ad verification for the ads they see from Amazon’s own advertising or from third-party businesses that advertise through Amazon Ads.
In the website’s “Rewards” page, Amazon states that users may activate ad verification to allow the business to validate the advertising that users view from Amazon or third-party companies that utilize Amazon Ads.
A promotional graphic about halfway down shows an interface with the option to enable paid ad verification on your device, which would earn you a $2 monthly “reward.”
According to the image’s disclaimer, “[b]y enabling ad verification, panelists allow us to validate which advertising from Amazon they viewed on their device.” According to Amazon, consumers may opt out of ad verification at any moment.
According to Business Insider, citing an Amazon spokeswoman, the program is invite-only, but those who didn’t make the cut may join a queue and perhaps be accepted at a later date.
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