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Published on 27 June 2010 09:20 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix
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IDGTechNetwork, the company that handles our advertisements on Phoronix, has another request of our readers. Like in the past when we've needed our readers to take surveys to generate demographics data for the advertisers and to see that the advertisements served are a good fit for you, the time for surveys has come up again. However, this time IDG has launched the IDGTechPanel to better handle this process. Better yet, you have the opportunity to receive gift cards and other rewards for helping us out.

By joining the IDGTechPanel you are occasionally provided with surveys from IDG and its advertisers (such as IBM). In exchange for providing your feedback, IDG will be providing you with rewards like PayPal and Amazon gift cards.

If you'd like to join the IDGTechPanel to participate in these site surveys, which help us out in providing more relevant advertisements for you while you also get rewarded in return, click this link.

Beyond this, there are also other ways you can help us out like subscribing to Phoronix Premium, use our affiliate shopping links, make a tip/donation, or follow us on Facebook / Twitter / Identi.ca.

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