Blog Survey Banner
Thanks go to Steven Streight for the idea of making a banner for the blog survey. If you would like to post the banner, here's banner and the script below.
<a href="http://www.backbonemedia.com/blogsurvey/" target="_blank"><img
src=http://www.backbonemedia.com/images/survey.gif width="148" height="108"
Posted by johncass at June 10, 2005 3:25 PM
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Looks great. Always happy to help reputable businesses. I really like the survey you've developed. Very good questions. I will champion this survey any way I can.
I need to make GIF images when text is involved, rather that JPEG images which are good for art and photos but not for text images.
I also need to make my images links, rather than adding link captions, but text captions are good for those users who have images turned off, or for the blind. I guess "alt text" in the image code does this, too.
Thanks for acknowledging my input.
Keep up the great work!
Posted by: steven streight aka vaspers the grate at June 10, 2005 5:33 PM
P.S. I encourage all who have taken the survey to post the graphic banner on the sidebars of their blogs, or somewhere on their conventional web sites.
By displaying this banner you are:
* showing your connection with others in the web, convey a sense of comradery, community, altruism
* showing your willingness to help another site achieve its goals, thus: good karma
* showing your interest in web research
* showing your team playing skills by promoting the efforts of another group
* showing your belief in the contemporary concept of "mutually beneficial cooperation" vs. old fashioned "cut-throat competition"
* showing confidence in your own site and products by driving traffic to an external site, displaying confidence that users will return to your site after completing the survey
Backbone shares the survey results with all, so this is a non-commercial, generous, altruitic endeavor, even though they can benefit corporately from it.
Posted by: steven streight aka vaspers the grate at June 10, 2005 5:43 PM