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Microsoft User Research: Do you use online advertising tools at work? (Houston, TX)

Discussion in 'Bing Ads' started by Ben Ryon, Oct 27, 2010.

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    Microsoft User Research is looking for Houston area professionals who use Microsoft adCenter—or other online advertising tools like Google AdWords or Yahoo!—as a secondary part of their job. This is a great opportunity to give one-on-one feedback with our researchers and have a direct impact on next generation of Microsoft products and services.

    This study will be running Tuesday, November 16 through Thursday, November 18. Study sessions can be chosen either as a focus group located at the Microsoft offices in west Houston, or if convenient, we can meet you at your workplace. If you get a chance to participate, we will be offering you a selection of Microsoft hardware, software or games in appreciation for your time.
    If you’re interested (or if you know of any friends or family who would) please respond with the following in an email titled "Hammer" to uccoord@microsoft.com:

    1. Name & Phone Number
    2. Job Title & Company
    3. Do you use online advertising tools as a non-primary job duty at work?
    4. In what zip code is your business located? (for site visit only)
    5. What are the nearest cross-streets for your business? (for site visit only)
    7. Do you use any of the online advertising tools more than one hour per week? Which ones?

    a. Microsoft adCenter
    b. Google AdWords
    c. Yahoo! Small Business Search Engine Marketing Tool
    d. Other (please specify)

    For more information on the Microsoft User Research program, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/usability

    Also, don't forget to check us out at http://www.facebook.com/msftur
    Ben Ryon, Oct 27, 2010 IP