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We need the survey so we know who you are. Not personally who you are but in general, demographically. What jobs do you hold? What type of advertising do you purchase? This information helps us tell potential advertisers about type of people visiting the site. In turn, well, hopefully they advertise and help keep us going.

The survey shouldn’t take longer than two minutes or so. We ask for your email address only so that we can notify the winner of the SMX ticket, which is worth several hundred dollars. That’s all — promise. We won’t sell your email, send you more stuff because you took the survey or whatever.

Everyone who fills out the survey by midnight, February 6 Eastern will be automatically entered in the drawing for the ticket. If you win, travel and accommodation are not covered, sorry. If you can’t make it, you’re free to sell or give the ticket to someone else.

Once again — please take our reader survey!

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  • Will Scott

    I think it would make sense to have a “Some of each” for the following:

    * Who performs search marketing for your company?
    (manage and do)
    * How are you involved in interactive/search engine marketing?
    (in-house and outsource)

    My 2 cents.

    Thanks for asking!

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