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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Autodesk Revit Survey

Autodesk is asking it's Revit users to complete a quick survey. I would love to see how many students we can get to complete this survey and maybe add a little something different to their data: Click here to view source...

Hi Folks,

Here at Autodesk, the marketing group is always busy preparing for future launches of Revit Architecture. There’s always a web component to our launch plans. In the future, we’re looking to expand our activity in the blogosphere, on YouTube, Discussion Groups, and several other areas of the social media. To help inform that process, I’ve built a survey and would appreciate your input. For this go ‘round, I’m specifically looking for input from Revit Architecture users and buyers in the US. If you’ve got 15 minutes to spare, please take the survey so that I know where to spend this portion of our marketing resources.

Onto the $50 USD Amazon gift card!
1. Take and complete the survey (link below)
2. Take a screen-cap of the last page of the survey (the Thank You! page)
3. Add your autodesk.com screen name over the ‘Thank You’ text (example attached)
4. Post the screen-cap image back to this thread to enter a random drawing

On Wednesday, January 20th, I’ll randomly select 5 ‘entrants’ and post the winners here. Only one entrant per person.

Here is the link and official blurb. Thanks in advance for your help and good luck!

http://web5.kinesissurvey.com/virtualcauseway/html.pro?ID=227

Autodesk is conducting research to understand how Revit Architecture users and buyers engage in online social media, how social behavior is evolving in your business, and where business buyers choose to participate in online communities.

This 15 minute survey will not ask for any personally identifying information. We will use your responses in aggregate only and will not attribute any responses back to you.

I realize that there’s potential to Photoshop one’s way into the drawing without completing the survey. Standard honor code rules apply.

The first few questions are qualifying questions. I’m looking for a subset of US based Revit Architecture users/purchasers. Only those who qualify for the survey may enter this drawing.