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Tell us about yourself and win £500 in John Lewis vouchers
Rich Harris (Citywire)
Posted: 21 October 2011 12:13:57(UTC)

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We must be in a generous mood here at Citywire Towers – alongside our <a href="">recent Top Stocks iPad 2 competition</a> (which we'll be running again next month), we've got £500 worth of John Lewis vouchers to give away.

To enter the prize draw, <a href="">just fill out this survey</a>, which asks questions about your investment habits and what you'd like to see more of on Citywire Money. This helps us make sure we're building the website the right way. It should take around 10 minutes to complete, so if you want to go and put the kettle on first that's fine.

Of course, we know you don't need the promise of teak designer furniture and DeLonghi kitchenware as an incentive to help out your favourite website. But it's a nice bonus.

Thanks in advance!
Derek Powles
Posted: 21 October 2011 13:19:45(UTC)

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Question 37 needs a none option!
Rich Harris (Citywire)
Posted: 21 October 2011 14:02:41(UTC)

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Well spotted Derek - now added! Thanks
Posted: 21 October 2011 18:52:22(UTC)

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I dislike forms that require you to fill them in page by page and which don't allow you to look at future pages until the current one has been completed, so I won't be taking part. I prefer to be able to see all the questions in advance so that I can choose not to start at all rather than have to wait to bale out if there's one I'd prefer not to answer. It can't be that difficult to render pages insensitive to completion (and display them differently) until the previous ones have been completed.
Robert Court
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10 minutes to complete with what percentage probablility of success to win £500 worth of vouchers that could be maybe flogged for £300 cash?

Answer: I'll either do it for free or for £10 as my time must surely be worth at least £60 per hour!

Cost of paying an agency to do the market research?

I'd guess probably at least £25,000 for a survey of 500 people in the right market segment?

500 @ £50? (£15 for the person doing the survey, £10 marginal costs, £12,500 fee for setting up the questionnaire).

Just a guess.

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