HOW TO CONTACT ME...
Order Online: http://stampandscrapwithme.stampinup.net
Email: taramacfarlane@shaw.ca

Phone: 604-858-6095

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Looking for a way to receive free Stampin’ Up! merchandise?

Then the Stampin’ Up! Survey panel might be the thing for you. Here is more innformation. I received this as an email from Stampin’ Up! Stampin’ Up! is looking for 400 stampers and crafters who are willing to participate in a market research panel discussing stamping and crafts. In exchange for their participation, Stampin’ Up! will send panelists a free goodie box of stamping and/or crafting products every three months . If your readers would be interested in applying to be on this panel, they can apply at www.stampinup.com/survey or at the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=OpzLYJfyTXkrsSgkiA1Luw_3d_3d

More information for your readers:
• Stampin’ Up! uses feedback for research only and does not share answers or personal information with anyone else.
• Stampin’ Up! will not contact you and ask you to purchase anything, or attempt to recruit you to be a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
• Panel members can expect to participate in the panel for at least six months. The panel is occasionally refreshed to gain new insights as well as allow others the same opportunity.
• There is no cost for to participate in the panel.
• Your only duty as a panel member is to answer surveys. Surveys typically take between five and ten minutes to complete.
• The frequency of surveys can vary depending on the research needs of Stampin Up! Panel members will receive no more than one survey a week, but typically should expect to receive one or two surveys a month.
• You can quit the panel at any time.
• You will be selected to join and notified via email if your background matches Stampin’ Up!’s research needs.
• You must live in the United States or Canada to be on the panel.
• You must complete at least 80% of the surveys sent to you to receive a goodie box.
• Stampin’ Up! demonstrators are not eligible to be on the panel.
More detailed information about the panels can be found at www.stampinup.com/survey.



Post a Comment