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Aug 22, 2002
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Three surveys you can take: Text or HTML; Site usability; What do marketing consultants charge?

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Survey Bonanza! Here are three different surveys you might be interested in taking if you are stuck twiddling your thumbs in the office while everyone else is on vacation:



1. Text or HTML? After learning that the vast majority of consumers prefer text-messages versus HTML emails, Lynda Partner of GotMarketing wondered why exactly. Take her quick survey here to explain your preferences. Answers to be detailed in an upcoming issue of Ezine-Tips.



2. What makes a site usable? The UK's Birmingham Institute of Art and Design is surveying Web designers, online marketing professionals and related programmers. Click here to take their "attitudes" survey.



3. How much do marketing consultants charge? No published numbers on what the range is for consulting fees is available, so my own company MarketingSherpa (not a consulting firm, just publishers of info about marketing) is running a survey to learn more. Results will be published in a future issue of our MarketingFAME newsletter. Please take one or the other:



a. Survey for clients who might hire consultants

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=99436123778



b. Survey for practicing marketing consultants

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=97805123742
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