Market Force Information is offering you the opportunity to become a Certified Field Associate in the Movie Industry, so that you can get paid to watch movies and complete assignments at your local movie theatres.
You’ll get paid up to $20 or more to complete theatre checks, evaluate the movie-going experience, install movie posters, perform exit polling, complete on-site auditing, and more.
It’s free to join Market Force Information, and if your application is approved, you’ll get access to thousands of assignments nationwide in both the U.S.A. and Canada.
Not only will you be paid for field visits that you make and assignments that you complete, but you may even be reimbursed for your movie tickets and concessions for select assignments.
Becoming a Certified Field Associate in the Movie Industry is a great way to get involved in making a difference at your local theatres, plus it’s an easy way to get paid to see your favorite movies.
It’s absolutely free to join, and you’ll get paid up to $20 for completing assignments, so it can help you make some income on the side while allowing you to see your favorite movies.
How To Become a Certified Field Associate
1. Visit Market Force Information to complete the online application.
2. Provide as much information about yourself as possible during the application, so that you gain access to appropriate assignments.
3. Market Force Information will review your application and respond in up to 6 weeks (I received approval in under 1 week).
4. Once you are approved, you simply accept assignments that you wish to complete as they become available.
5. Once you complete an assignment, you’ll receive your compensation via a physical check or direct deposit to your bank account.
Typical Paid Assignments for Certified Field Associates
Theatre Checks: Most Theatre Checks are conducted on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and they include the following assignments:
- Trailer Checks: Present your Letter of Authorization to theatre management to watch and record all trailers on all screens shown prior to the assigned feature.
- Open Checks: Present your Letter of Authorization to theatre management to count the patrons attending the showtimes of the assigned feature, and collect box office information at the end of the day.
- Blind Checks: Covertly count patrons attending all show times of the assigned feature on the assigned day.
- Advertisement Checks: Watch and record all advertisements shown prior to the feature.
- Sneak Checks: Present your Letter of Authorization to theatre management to watch a sneak preview of an upcoming release, and collect reactions and demographic information.
- Comprehensive Checks: Present your Letter of Authorization to theatre management to collect a variety of information on new releases: Patron counts, ticket prices, sound and visual quality, trailers shown, etc.
Mystery Shopping/On-site Evaluations: Pose as a typical customer, usually without the theatre personnel’s knowledge, to evaluate the movie-going experience. This includes an assessment of how you are treated as a customer, the overall appearance, housekeeping, and marketing and/or promotional material placement.
Promotional Material Installations: Assemble movie standees, install one-sheets (movie posters), place banners, etc.
Exit Polling/Trailer and Advertisement Recall/Market Research: Collect various types of movie audience data at theatres on behalf of movie studios. This information is used to assess public opinion of current and upcoming movie releases.
On-Site Auditing: Perform various tasks such as counting/confirming placement of promotional materials, counting people, and other related activities.
You’ll receive email alerts when new assignments in your area are available, and you are free to accept or decline any assignment that you wish.
If you love going to the movies and want to be part of the Movie Industry, you can get paid to be a Certified Field Associate with Market Force Information.