What I find interesting here is that your work is focused on specifically and explicitly asking consumers for various information types. Our (sharenting) research focuses on marketers requesting consumers to share with the brand (adults or children using the brand in various scenarios) in social media. At the end of the day, marketers end up with valuable consumer data regardless of approach. It would be interesting to examine how framing "share your favorite use of (brand)" as a context for disclosing information to marketers with the examples you explored. When it comes across as the consumer's idea - they like creating content or showing off their kids/pets/fun activity, and especially if the request to share is incentivized - you might get different results.