All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Consumer Surveys’

Google Lets Publishers Sign Up For Consumer Survey Offering

Back in 2012, Google launched Google Consumer Surveys, which a survey-based revenue share program for publishers. Now, Google is letting publishers self-sign-up to take advantage. Publishers can use the surveys in place or pay walls, so they can get something out of readers who may not want to pay to read an article, or even take the time to register. …

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Google And Harris Interactive Team Up On Self-Service Market Research

Harris Interactive announced that it has collaborated with Google and its Google Consumer Surveys on a new market research product. A spokesperson for Harris tells WebProNews that the product “allows businesses, both large and small, to compare themselves to industry benchmarks at a fraction of the cost of traditional market research.” “Google and the Harris Poll will be performing benchmark …

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Googler: Nobody Wants To Be Tracked Online

Last week, Google launched Google Consumer Surveys. These were designed both as a way for publishers to potentially make a bit of revenue, as well as a way to easily and cheaply collect market research. So far, at least Googlers themselves are running some interesting surveys. We already reported on one Matt Cutts ran, finding that only one in five …

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Matt Cutts: 1 In 5 People In U.S. Have Heard Of SEO

As you may know, Google launched a new product today called Google Consumer Surveys. Googlers are certainly hyped up about it. Google’s head of web spam, Matt Cutts, used the product to put out his own survey about SEO in which he determined that 1 in 5 in the U.S. have heard of SEO. “In my world, everyone I talk …

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Google Consumer Surveys: “Super Important” For Publishers?

Google has introduced Google Consumer Surveys, trying to kill multiple birds with a single stone. Those birds would be publishers looking for revenue sources and less-than-stellar market research. With the product, publishers can use this instead of a pay wall , so they can get something out of readers who may not want to pay to read an article, or …

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