The surveys are up and complete now (I had 6).
I have to vent, though, and say how awful those surveys are. They are written with SO much room for misinterpretation ( when asking how you choose a product one of the answers you can choose is "product testing". This could mean that the individual herself has tested it or that it has been tested somewhere professionally in the industry and are completely different answers) or not enough answers to choose from that there is NO way they can be useful as informational tools. I would love to proofread one and send it back. My degree is in marketing so I know that is why it bugs me sooo much and it's just a pet peeve but it dives me nuts! Half the time I know my answer is not accurate because I was only given a choice of "yes" or "no" answer when neither is correct.
Maybe they ARE being used as informational tools. Imagine if Glossybox was actually a front for some long term social psychology experiment, measuring the extent to which consumers will tolerate inconsistent and terrible customer service, obfuscated terms of sale, and an endless deluge of eyeliners. The "surveys" are testing our willingness to participate in meaningless activity for a perceived reward.
(I'm really not a conspiracy theorist - I just have an abundance of imagination!)
[edited for typos]
Edited by Jay.Aitch.Gee, 08 December 2015 - 10:07 AM.
"Busy, busy, busy" - what a Bokononist whispers whenever he thinks about how complicated and unpredictable the machinery of life really is.