Be Heard. Take the 2012 SEOmoz Industry Survey

by on 03/22/2012 • No Comments | SEO

Hey, hey, ladies and gents, guess what? SEOmoz is asking for your help today. Actually, they’re asking for your brain. Don’t worry, the latter requires far less sweating and/or moving heavy furniture up stairs.

Over on the SEOmoz blog, Rand has sent live the 2012 SEO Industry Survey, which he’s asking Internet marketers to take a little time to fill out. The last survey from the Moz came in 2010 and saw more than 10,000 respondents, which is pretty awesome.  [You can see the results of that survey over here.]

Now it’s time to check back in with the industry and make sure that YOUR voice is heard.

This year the survey is 54 questions, shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes and looks to gather information about:

  • Your work in the industry
  • Questions for Consultants, Freelancers, and Agencies
  • Learning and Improving Internet Marketing Skills
  • Internet and Inbound Marketing Scope and Process
  • Inbound Marketing Tools and Tactics
  • SEO Tools and Tactics
  • Social Media Tools and Tactics
  • Predictions/Opinions for Internet/Inbound Marketing

For your participation, not only do you get to help pull together industry data (information we’ll all benefit from when the results are made public) but you’ll also be put in the running to win some sweet prizes like a 16GB Wifi iPad 3, ThinkGeek certificates and some other cool stuff. So even if you’re not a fan of surveys, why not at least put yourself in the running to get some sweet stuff from ThinkGeek? ;)

So if you have a few minutes, head over to take the SEO industry survey and maybe give it a tweet or a share as well. SEOmoz is promising to make the data public, so the more they get, the more we all get. Which is pretty much how this industry works.  You’re part of this industry, make sure your experiences are counted.

Thanks in advance for your participation.

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