Jackpot is considering some radio ads, done in-house, but otherwise will rely on viral marketing: Users who get friends to sign up win whatever prizes their friends win. Jackpot calls the feature "You win, I win." That's not to be confused with Iwin.com or iWon, other giveaway sites.
Jackpot will collect detailed personal information, including a user's phone number, marital status, education, income and "Internet use preferences." But Jackpot said it will keep personal information confidential, except in "some limited instances" where users opt in to have data disclosed to a third party, such as an online marketer.
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