Now Microsoft Rewards is planning to pay people to use Bing instead of its competitors. This scheme is designed mainly to attract internet users to use its search engine. Even though Microsoft is trying to promote Bing through Microsoft Edge for Windows 10, they are not getting the quite numbers to beat its rival.
Those who have a Microsoft account can sign up for the rewards program, which gives users points when they search on Bing or purchase an item in the Microsoft Store.
The points can also be transferred to a number of different rewards, including Xbox digital gift cards, Groove Music passes, and Skype credit. Microsoft is also partnering with a number of charities so you can donate points to these organizations instead.
It seems that the rewards program will have different levels. Level 1 members will be able to earn points for 10 searches a day, and Level 2 users can earn points for 50 searches per day. The number of searches used is refreshed each day.
Microsoft Rewards is currently only available in the U.S., U.K. France, Germany, and Australia and soon it may be available for all.