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Hello,

I'm Liz, I'm a student and I'm working on a marketing report. I've chosen the sailing sector, and I've made a survey on your choice of sailing equipment and your consumption habits.

It would be very helpful if you could fulfill this survey (it won't take long I promise )

The link of the survey:
https://app.evalandgo.com/s/?id=JTlC...k3aiU5MWwlOUQ=

Thank you very much in advance

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Re: What is your equipment?

Might help to get more sailors to finish the survey if you called them "lines."

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Re: What is your equipment?

I tried, but some of the questions just don't have a reasonable answer or are poorly thought out.

I think you need to rephrase your questions, and resubmit.
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Re: What is your equipment?

I would be happy to help, but I'm not going to open an unfamiliar website to do it. If you post your questions right on the forum, I would try to answer them.
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Re: What is your equipment?

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I would be happy to help, but I'm not going to open an unfamiliar website to do it. If you post your questions right on the forum, I would try to answer them.
Yes, but that would be too simple, and you wouldn't have to upload the virus in the process!
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I thought that a person with only one post is unable to embed links, no?
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Re: What is your equipment?

I never really know what to answer when a lass asks me about my equipment.

Be truthful? Exaggerate? It's always tough.

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I would be happy to help, but I'm not going to open an unfamiliar website to do it. If you post your questions right on the forum, I would try to answer them.
The site seems OK and I think the problem some are having with "ropes" is due to English translation and/or it being a second language of the survey author.
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OK, where's my $200 gift certificate for all of the thinking?
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Re: What is your equipment?

Honestly I was going to help but when I was prof reading the survey and I see that email address was required I checked out. Also people have short attention spans, shorten it. Scam verse's collage student, who knows? Just my opinion.
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