watchLAB welcomes you to the pre-qualifying online survey for Project Amber!

  • Topic: Shopping
  • Genders: All
  • Ages: 18-55
  • Dates Available: Thursday, May 13th - Tuesday, May 18th
  • Type of study: Remote Webcam Interview
  • Length: 90 Minutes + 30 Minute Homework assignment
  • Location: Remote study residents nationwide
  • Incentive: $125 for the Interview + $25 for Assignment  (Payment would be mailed to you as a check. We estimate that checks would be mailed out about 6 weeks after the last interviews for this study have been completed.)
Before you get started -- some stuff you should know:

After you fill out the survey, we will review your responses. If you appear to be a possible match to our client's research criteria we will call you to verify your responses and ask you some additional questions to determine if you fully qualify.  Please note that simply filling out the survey does not automatically qualify you for the study.  Also, due to a potential high volume of responses, we may only be able to respond to those who appear to be a possible match.

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Using a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 is “strongly disagree” and 5 is “strongly agree,” please tell me how much you agree with the following statements:

Social media and e-commerce have grown increasingly intertwined in recent years. Some social media companies have developed features that enable consumers to shop for and purchase products through their platforms. For example, some social media companies have released tools for businesses to build or link to virtual storefronts and/or shoppable product pages directly on their platform.


With that in mind, I’d like you to tell me whether you like, don’t like, or aren’t sure if you like the idea of shopping features appearing on the platform. If you’ve already shopped on the platform in question, please incorporate those experiences into your thinking. If you haven’t shopped on the platform or aren’t aware of its shopping features, please try to imagine what it might be like to shop for or purchase products through that platform.

The following is a list of methods for communicating with businesses as part of an online shopping experience. For each, we'd like you to use a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 is “not at all open” and 5 is “very open” to tell us how open you are to using it to reach out to or interact with the businesses you shop with.