Fill out a diabetes survey, get paid $5 or help a diabetes charity in return

This morning, I received an invitation to fill out the latest dQ&A Spring Survey from our friends at diaTribe. In this survey they are investigating the potential for mobile phones to play a bigger role in helping us manage our diabetes.

It doesn't take long to fill out and if you do, you get paid $5 when you complete the survey or you can donate the money to a diabetes charity (we are one of the options you can choose!!) and you enter into a drawing to win one of ten $200 Amazon.com gift certificates.

If you want to take the survey, please send an email to dQAinvite@d-qa.com.


In the interest of full disclosure, Kelly Close, Editor-in-Chief of diaTribe, is an advisor of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, the nonprofit that runs TuDiabetes.org.

Tags: diatribe, help, mobile, phones, survey

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awesome :)
I just sent an email to them.
Thank you for all you do!
Email sent....Can I take it twice so there will be a $10 donation? Nerver hurts to ask, right?
Thanks for asking. I imagine that will defeat the purpose of the survey. :)
Hi could you please send me the survey, thanks xx
I'll help too
The format for the email you have above, will not work. Please send the correct email. Thank you so much. Am I the only one who has a problem?
I would Love to donate to your charity for the Kids!

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