There’s Still Time To Take The 2013 Moz Industry Survey

mozSearch marketing software provider Moz is asking SEO professionals to complete its 2013 Moz Industry Survey. According to the announcement on Moz’s blog, the survey should take only five to ten minutes and the data will be shared publicly once it’s published.

This year’s survey is intended to gain insights on industry trends, including SEO tactics, tools, technology and budgets, as well as demographics of the people practicing SEO.

Anyone wanting to participate in the Moz Industry Survey can do so here.

Participants will be included in a contest for a number of prizes, from a fully paid trip to MozCon 2014 in Seattle to iPads and Amazon giftcards.

This is the fourth edition of the Moz Industry Survey. Started in 2008, past surveys were conducted every two years, but according to Moz, “So much has changed since the last survey that we thought it was important to run it anew in order to gain fresh insights.”

Last month, Moz’s Search Ranking Factors Survey found Page Authority was the number one ranking factor based on answers from 120 SEO experts.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Search Marketing | SEM Industry: Community | SEM Industry: Organizations | SEO - Search Engine Optimization

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