UKC/UKH Readership Survey 2013 - Last Few Days!by Alan James - UKC and UKH Apr/2013
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Our readership survey will finish at the end of the month. For those who haven't yet filled out the survey, please take some time. This information is incredibly useful to us and you may even win one of the fabulous prizes we have on offer.
The survey is completely anonymous - just fill in the form and hit submit, it's all done online and no reference to your email address or IP address will be recorded. Your User Profile will be marked with an indicator for us showing that you have completed the survey (for prize selection) but there is no connection between the User Profile and any particular set of responses.
The original news item about the survey is here. That has more information about the survey and what we use the data for.
Everyone who completes the survey (you must answer 90% of the questions) will be put in a prize draw for one of the great prizes. We have some great prizes from Wild Country, Black Diamond, Jetboil, CAMP, Brunton, Scarpa, Marmot and Alpkit - have a look at all the prizes here.
We appreciate your help and thank you for being part of the UKC community. Below are some more results from the survey we carried out in 2010.
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