Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
After downloading and registering the app, Zapiddy users (called Zappers) may accept Jobs -- assignments that can include brief, easy surveys. Sometimes a photo is part of the Job. Usually these Jobs include surveys about retail store activity or conditions.
A recent Zapiddy job asked Zappers to photograph a video display at Walmart and answer a few questions. Each completed survey earned the Zapper $4. Some Zapiddy jobs can be done at home, like a recent assignment to photograph the pantry and count the containers of soup on-hand.
“You won’t make your rent by Zapping,” explains Zapiddy spokesperson Eric Douglas, “But Zappers can start to defray the cost of their iPhone bill and have a bit of fun while Zapping.”
Zapiddy Jobs are funded by marketers who want to know what’s happening in the marketplace. “Marketers can’t be everywhere at once, but the Zapper community already is everywhere,” continued Douglas. “Zapiddy let’s marketers essentially see thru shoppers’ eyes.”
Zappers may find several jobs on one day and few or none on other days. A company statement explained that weekends tend to be busier days for Zapping, but activity and demand will vary. “Zapiddy only succeeds when Zappers have jobs to do,” explained Scott Walker who represents Zapiddy in Northwest Arkansas, “So we’re always working to provide Zappers with opportunities to make some money.”
Zapiddy is available for free download at the iTunes App store.
Zapiddy is made by DataHound, LLC Seattle, WA
About DataHound: DataHound, LLC is a mobile technology company that develops apps and solutions to efficiently gather marketplace intelligence. Mobile Technology provides companies with a limitless number of opportunities to increase efficiency and gain visibility. DataHound designs mobile applications that enable marketers to stay ahead of their competition.