Generally speaking, websites provide a lot of business data to companies.
Popular products, pages, general analytics etc…
Will it cost users to submit forms? I think so.
If we do persuade users to share their browsing habits on one website, will it
cost them to submit page accessed data?
If there is a cost to submitting page accessed data, could we pay that for the visitor
from a pool of puts?
A website needs to show value to subscribers for example.
A large part of what we do involves reporting the return on an investment.
Any good ideas on how this can be implemented on the SAFENetwork?
I’m expecting a large part of it would depend heavily on user consent.
The SAFENetwork would solve a lot of other business problems, service stability,
performance under load, reduced backing up complexity, data security, user login security, minimize effort on protecting data breaches, access from around the world.
I could migrate across some websites in some form, and they would work great…
but if i’m not gathering any information, that could put an obstacle in the way
if I can’t show they are being used.