Respond to group surveys and receive money, credited directly to your PayPal account …
Facebook presented its point of view new app dedicated to market research that offers prizes to registered users who contribute to surveys and other activities.
To all intents and purposes a platform ofsurveys and researchthat the Zuckerberg company has launched with the goal ofimprove its products, among which are Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Portal and Oculus. The novelty comes in the form ofappindependently that you will require access through a personal account. Viewpointsrepay with real moneyfor replies given and directly credited to the accountPayPalpersonnel. The answers will give the right to receive anumber of points, which can then beconvertedin real money.
Actually before the maxi fine for the Cambridge Analytica case,Facebookhad already engaged inmarket research, remunerating its users for participation in various surveys. In this sense, Facebook has stated that it will request information such as name, e-mail, date of birth, sex and actual position of the application of the program, but promises not to share this data with third parties. At the moment, only persons over the age of 18 living in the United States can participate.
The operation of the viewpoint is quite similar to that of rival Google Opinion Rewards, Microsoft Rewards, and MyPoints. Once downloaded the app will be proposed dellemission. To adhere to a specific must be in possession ofspecific requirements.Once the survey is completed, people will maturereward pointsthat may beredeemed within a year.
For every 1,000 points earned, Facebook Viewpoint recognizes a fee of5 dollars, accredited (within 10 days) onPayPal accountuser's.
By 2020 if this new app works, it will be extended to other countries in the world. The announcement post that appeared today on the pages of the official blog includes a section entitled Privacy Matters (Important privacy), testifying to how the group is aware of the false steps taken in the past and how it now has the need to correct the shooting to regain the trust of its community.