Take the Renderosity Annual Survey
September 1, 2009 11:08 am
Take the Renderosity Annual Survey to Help Improve the Site for all Digital Artists!
It's time once again for YOU to help improve Renderosity with your feedback! In return for taking your time to provide your input, you will get to choose one of THREE freebies from one of our gracious MarketPlace vendors. Not only that, but each person that completes a survey will be entered to win one of ten $100 Renderosity Gift Certificates!
This Survey pertains to all areas of Renderosity outside of the MarketPlace, including Galleries, Tutorials, Free Stuff, Chat, Forums & elsewhere in the community.
The Renderosity Annual Survey will be running all month long. You have until Wednesday, September 30th to get your completed survey submitted. The survey will only take approximately 5-10 minutes of your time, so get started today!
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BEGIN THE RENDEROSITY ANNUAL SURVEY
What is the Renderosity Annual Survey?
Every year we conduct a site wide survey to get YOUR feedback on the community as well as the MarketPlace. While we strive every day to make your visit to Renderosity a great experience, your opinions are crucial to helping maintain that experience.
We would like to take a moment to thank the three vendors that
provided the freebies for this year's survey:
Have any questions? Contact email@example.com. Thank you for participating in our annual survey, and for helping make Renderosity a better place for all digital artists!
Gift Certificate drawings will take place the first week in October. Winners will be notified by Renderosity.
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