In the past few weeks, I’ve had a couple of polls, the first being about the value of working from home and the second about non-disclosed links on blogs, or sites in general. I got great feedback on the poll for working from home, but not so great participation in the non-disclosed links poll. Maybe it has to do with the type of question, and how important it is to people in general? I’ll need to work on that. Luckily I’m not a pollster.
- Pennies… (0%)
- A couple hundred… (13%)
- A few thousand… (52%)
- More! (30%)
- Not a benefit. (4%)
Total Votes: 23
I was surprised 30% voted that working from home should valued more than ‘a few thousand’ dollars. Unfortunately, one mistake on this poll was that I didn’t clarify the period. That was pretty important. I was thinking annually though. I always thought working from home might be a fairly good benefit, but not more than a few thousand. I’m curious as to the 1 vote indicating that working from home is ‘Not a benefit’ and the justifcation.
- Yes, They Piss Me Off! (0%)
- Irritated, But Not Offended. (24%)
- Doesn’t Bother Me, But I Probably Won’t Click. (41%)
- Not At All. Infact, I’ll Click On Them Just For Fun. (35%)
Total Votes: 17
It’s pretty clear, the importance of disclosing vs not disclosing referral links is not that important. A courtesy, possibly. That’s good to know. As a person who refrained from posting referral links in posts at all, at least now I know that disclosing them and having them in a post is not that big of a deal.
As always, thanks for the participation!