POST # 2 /arto71 : Marathon MondayUber drivers might soon earn $6,000 more per year - if they allow ads in their cars
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/view...or-uber-and-lyft-drivers-2015-4#ixzz3XQ7hx4Q8
POST # 5 / arto71 : Beearning BisonWhy a Rideshare Startup Was Forced to Leave Chicago
"Here's how Viewswagen works: Rideshare drivers sign up to work with Viewswagen and must provide their own tablets (Viewswagen recommends an Android version that runs roughly $100). The driver then downloads the Viewswagen app, and ads are played on the screen. Drivers can earn up to $3/hr using the service, Bellefeuille said".
I could put it behind the pax seat with the sound turned down (hatchback). Pax would never even know. Get paid and no hurt ratings. Curious about your question too.can somebody tell me how the app knows that its actually being displayed in an UBER ride?
like what if i put it on my other car and just rode it around during my own personal time?
Funny you mention Amway. I wouldn't be surprised if the two corporations merged. They seem to have many similarities.Uber needs to reverse that policy. This is a good opportunity to offset low rates. I'd understand if they just objected to us offensively pushing Amway products, but this is passive.
A rider who has the inside scoop told me Uber is already toying with the idea but as surveys for companies. It's coming....If I was a betting man, I would say Uber will bring out its own inside vehicle advertising or team up with a company that gives UBER a share of profits.
POST # 19 /Lidman: "....almost like.."Like the tipping, why should they care if you're tying to make some extra money. Who knows maybe it'll attract even more pax. It's almost like ubers wants its driver to remain poor.