Internet trends: marketing research & predictions

52 “test yourself” questions: Are you the web 2.0 hard core participant, heavy information and gadgets consumer?

May 9th, 2007 by

You can test yourself on the original 52 questions cyberspace-shapers-questioner.pdf

The questiions are the original questions used in the Pew Internet & American Life Project survey. I have transferred the data file and built a questioner file (not an automatically format).  

note – Once you find you answer “yes” to most options, and report the most frequently use for each question – you can be sure that you (together with 8% of the Americans) are among those who shape the cyberspace.

You can then check yourself with PEW Internet data results.

For survey summary emphasizing this group’s results – check out my review post.

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3 Responses

  1. Bruce Pilgrim Says:

    Guilty as charged. Someone asked me if I check my email every day.

    What kind of question is that?

    I check my email on my work account and my two private accounts constantly, or at least when I’m not checking voicemail on my office phone and my home phone and my cell.

    I have a blog, a website, a Mac, a PC, an iPod, a digital camera, and maxed out credit cards.

    I post, I read, I comment, and I start all over again.

    Gotta go. Messages to check.

  2. » Blog Archive » web 2.0 hard core cyber - video + quizTrendsspotting Says:

    […] Am I a hard core cyber? (it turns out that I am actually) PEW Internet have provided us with the web 2.0 hard core quiz. You can? fill in? the questions and receive your profile. (the quiz offers most but not all questions asked in the original survey). […]

  3. Guy Kawasaki - Proof That Bloggers Are Egotists Says:

    […] Self testing the degree of hardcore Web 2.0 usage. […]

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