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Gamers of Ars, we have a little side quest for you today! Would you help us show the gaming industry – and Condé Nast's LVL40 bosses – that Ars Technica is home to a serious gaming community before returning to your favorite loot & # 39; n & # 39; Hoot?
Gaming companies like to spend their marketing budgets on "endemic" websites, which means "game-only" pubs. They think real gamers hang out here. But we all know that's not the whole story. Many of these websites only offer spam walkthroughs written for people who would not try to solve an uncharted puzzle themselves. They have their place, but they're not the only venues in town.
We therefore ask you – completely anonymously! – Tell a little about your gaming habits by participating in the following survey. The idea is this – again completely anonymous! – Share data with game companies, put it on the table, and say, "Look, Ars has a lot of real players, and frankly, they're more demanding, more influential, and more active than you can imagine. "
This helps us build better relationships with game studios, which means that our War Stories video team and feature writing authors can gain deeper insight into the best game histories in the past, present and future. It also shows the LVL40 bosses at Condé Nast that Ars has growth potential even in economically difficult times. This is good for us, which means that it is ultimately good for you – and that should benefit every area at Ars.
So if you can help us with completely anonymous information, we would be very happy. Five minutes is all it takes. (If the survey embedded below doesn't appear, try this direct link.)
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