Google will pay publishers $0.05 per question on completed surveys.
Publishers can control how much content to make available and where and how often survey prompts appear on their sites.
The program is open now in the US and will soon be available in the UK and Canada, with roll out to more countries in the coming months. Publishers must have AdSense accounts in good standing in order to enroll in the Consumer Surveys network. Publishers do not have to place AdSense ads on their sites, however.
Publishers need to meet a minimum 10 percent survey completion rate in order to stay in the program.
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