Many firms offer extra bonus at the end of the year for workers. That is one way to offer workers something extra on top of the usual salary. One way is “flat” model like Gravity Payments firm, where every worker including boss gets same 70 000 dollar month pay for work. But one possibility would be that when firm is selling some product, from the price of that product certain percentage goes to workers, as extra, like yearly bonus but now it is tied for product sales. This can be used as marketing gimmick if product information states that “… percentage of this product s price is given to its workers”. The information of yearly bonus of some firm does not reach usual consumer, and yearly bonus is only at the year s end, so it cannot be put in the product information of that year. So if consumer buy some product from some firm that is going to give extra payment to its workers at the end of the year in the form of extra bonus, consumer does not know it. But if it is clearly stated in the product itself that some extra is going to workers when he/she buys the product it may affect the decision to buy that product and increase that product s sales. So workers get some extra money as the price percentage of products sold and at the same time products are being sold more if that extra payment for workers- information affects consumer s buying decisions. If that firm is going to give year end bonus to workers anyway, financial loss for the firm is perhaps insignicant if year end bonus is going to be divided in product price itself. And at the same time this will work as marketing gimmick and increase product sales. So workers get some extra money, and the firm and workers get some extra money if product information clearly states that some percentage of product price goes to workers as extra on top of their usual salary what workers get anyway, and that information makes consumer to buy that product more. That percentage of product price that goes to workers directly instead of their usual salary is maybe 1- 10% of the product price. Usually if firm gets lots of money it gives some of it as extra bonus to workers. If the economic situation is bad extra bonus is not given. But now as this bonus is tied to product sales it automatically follows economical trends, if product does not sell extra payment is less, if product is a success and sells well extra payments are bigger, because large number of products sold automatically leads to larger extra bonus, which is paid in the product price itself. So product s success and bonus are tied togeteher, which propably will make workers to work harder that firm s product is a success. So this is a win-win situation, workers get some extra money, work harder to make that product a success, and when that product sells more also firm gets more money, and does not have to pay year end bonus to workers. Bots as marketing gimmick and as a way to workers get extra money on top of their usual salary this payment model is perhaps useful.