• Social Media Evaluation for Online Mystery Shopper

Social Media Evaluation for Online Mystery Shopper

Cairo, Egypt
Date : Dec 16, 2021


Do you purchase items often? This is the project for you! Help a large Social Media platform evaluate the e-commerce shopping experience by purchasing items and completing surveys related to the experience.

Mystery Shoppers will be completing and reviewing the shopping experience of e-commerce advertisers on a well-known social media platform.

What’s in it for you?

– Mystery Shoppers keep their purchases.
– Mystery Shoppers are reimbursed for their purchases.
– Who doesn’t like free products?

What you need to have:

– Mystery Shoppers should have some disposable income to make purchases upfront.
– Mystery Shoppers should be able to complete purchases with a short, 1-week timeline.
– Attention to detail and strong reading comprehension is a must.

Please follow the steps below on how to apply for the project:

1. Visit the Appen website using the link below:


2. Choose English (Egypt) as your primary language.

3. Complete the Registration page and click the Submit Application button to create your account.

4. Once your account has been created, click the ‘All Projects’ Tab and look for this project.

5. Choose the “Apply” button to start your qualification to the project.

Watch the video on how to create a profile in Appen connect:

Don’t miss the chance to earn extra income working from the comfort of your own home. This is a great opportunity for you and your friends!

• Work from home with flexible hours
• You can work on our projects around your other jobs.

A diverse, inclusive culture is vital to our mission of helping build better AI. We offer opportunities for individuals of all abilities and backgrounds.

Thank you and we hope to work with you soon!

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