Are Survey Results Misleading?

Over the weekend I was presented with a request to take a Yahoo survey. I was curious what Yahoo wanted to know and thought why not kill a few minutes and see what I could learn. The survey was simple enough and seemed fairly obvious what Yahoo was hoping to discover. My answers, while honest, made me wonder if the wrong conclusions could be drawn from my answers.
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This Week In SEO – 5/18/07

Better weather, less last minute demands on my time, and progress on a project of my own made this week a better one that last for me. I’m looking forward to a couple of days off as always, which will begin with me filling in at 3rd base for for a friend’s softball team tonight. Of course I couldn’t run out to play without another week’s worth of links to the seo advice and news of the week.
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Benefit Humanity With A Single Download

A simple download is all it takes to allow the World Community Grid to make use of your processing power while your computer is just sitting around idle. It’s similar to the SETI@home project, only the World Community Grid focuses on fighting diseases.
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Marketing Pilgrim Announces SEM Finalists

By now you know I’m a fan of the SEM Scholarship contests Andy Beal runs over at Marketing Pilgrim. Given all the posts I’ve written like this one on the results fo the first contest or this one about seo contests in general I thought I’d be remiss if I didn’t let you know that the finalists have been announced for the spring contest.
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An Update On Paid Links

Over the weekend Matt Cutts updated his now infamous post on reporting paid links with a Q&A session. The update was designed to shed more light on what links to report as well as alleviate some of the concerns webmasters might have. While most of Matt’s answers do shed some light and alleviate fears I think the answer to the most important question was missing.
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