Wow, as the ReelSEO teams reflects back on 2011, so much has happend and changed around here! And we have so much more planned for 2012!

We're really excited about all of the ideas we're dreaming to help you with your online video initiatives, but before we go much further with some of them we'd love to hear from you all about what would be the most beneficial to you in 2012. We want to move forward in ways that will meet your needs and provide value to what you do with online video.

So we put together a little survey our you all, our ReelSEO readers. If you would quickly answer some questions and help us fine-tune the future of ReelSEO for you, we would really appreciate it.

The survey itself is only 10 questions with a follow-up question or two. It will take about 2-3 minutes to complete and will be invaluable information for us! Thank you for your time!

Enter to win 1 of 5 copies of this book!

ReelSEO Wants To Serve You Better In 2012 How to Shoot Video At the end of the survey, you can optionally leave your email address and be entered into a drawing to win one of five copies of Steve Stockman's new book, "How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck: Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro." There are no strings attached -- just our way to say thank-you to 5 of you randomly!

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  • Ileane Smith

    Sounds like a great book. Taking the survey now....Thanks!

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  • Thomas Owadenko

    Mark and his team you guys did such a lot for the all market. keeps fighting ad congrats!

  • Whoa Comedy

    Yeah this blog has been clutch the past 3 months as I've been launching my new sketch comedy channel on youtube, tons of great info every week. Thanks again dudes.

    • Mark Robertson

      Thanks so much. Very much appreciated.