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‘American Sniper,’ the People’s Choice for Best Picture

"The public has a clear favorite heading into the Academy Awards on Sunday night: “American Sniper.”

Many more people named the movie — a biographical drama about a Navy SEAL, starring Bradley Cooper — as the best they had seen in the past year than named any other, according to a survey conducted for The Upshot using Google Consumer Surveys. In it, 42 percent of respondents cited “American Sniper,” while no other movie received more than 12 percent."

What movie do you think will win Best Picture this Sunday?
When asked about the best movie they had seen in the last year, people in a Google survey cited “American Sniper” far more than any other film.
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+Слави Славчев​ I thought so too. Everyone who used my initial comment as their own personal soap-box needs to look back at said comment. I never said this genre of movie or the story being told didn't have merit. I said THIS MOVIE was half-baked, shallow, and low-budget in it's implementation. It was boring. There are so many things wrong with this film, the least of which was the starring of a plastic baby-doll as a main character. I'm sorry, but that is amateur-hour.

Could it have been done well? Certainly. But this wasn't, and I believe people are letting their feelings of the soldier and the story in question cloud their objective analysis of the film. Or the need to appear/feel patriotic, thinking that they will be panned or labeled unpatriotic for speaking negatively about a movie that is so overtly AMERICAN. And judging by the long winded exchange that has transpired above, I think that's a pretty fair assumption.

So, to everyone who is still listening:

You are allowed to dislike this movie. That doesn't make you any less of an American. Just like The Passion of the Christ is not required viewing for Catholics, this Is not required viewing for Americans. It's not a propaganda film, nor is it a litmus test to measure the loyalty of US citizens. It's a movie, plain and simple, and should be analyzed and critiqued as such. 

As for the Academy Awards, the better picture won. Birdman is a superior film in every conceivable way. If you disagree, continue to watch American Sniper and enjoy doing so. But if you are complaining, making a fuss, and judging others for not sharing your opinion that American Sniper should have won and only lost due to some liberal agenda, then you have bigger problems than simply being butt-hurt that your favorite G.I. Joe glamor piece didn't win. You are then projecting your personal insecurities.

Just like religion, don't allow your own personal/spiritual beliefs prevent from being objective and rational. And if you want to believe a certain way or in a certain thing, don't allow another persons beliefs to threaten you. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs. And if you are as American as you claim to be, you should know this country was founded on this simple truth.

Respect a persons right to disagree. 
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Join us this Wednesday 11th February 11, 2015 at 3pm GMT / 10am EST for our webinar with Warc with Insights Meta. Learn more and sign up at http://hubs.ly/y0vPcZ0 
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More New Stuff - January!

Are you curious how the public will react to your unlaunched commercial? Or better yet - do you want to get opinions about your video early in the creative process? 

Starting today you can add a video to a survey! Just like other question formats, you can insert your video anywhere in the survey. 

Adding a video to your survey is extremely easy. To get started, simply upload your content to YouTube, marking it as “unlisted” if you prefer not to share the video publicly. Using the survey creator, target “Android Smartphone Users” as surveys with video will be served on our Google Opinion Rewards Android app.  Then simply add a video as a new question type. This feature is currently available in English and videos should be no longer than 2 minutes in length. 

For more information, check out our help center (http://goo.gl/QwrVqP) or get started at g.co/consumersurveys

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Yea awsomeness
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New Stuff - January!

Targeting a specific audience has never been easier with Google Consumer Surveys audience panels. In addition to our current panels in the US (students, Hispanics/Latinos, and small/medium business owners and managers), we have launched 2 new panels in the US. You can now target social media users (Google+, Facebook, Twitter) and/or streaming video subscription users (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu). 

We also have great news for those waiting for audience panels in the UK and Canada. Starting today, we have launched a students panel and a small/medium business owners and managers panel in both the UK and Canada.

In addition to audience panels, for saved views you can now add a note by clicking the “new” button and adding a description. Everyone with access to your survey can then see your note. For example, in a survey about air travel choices you can add your own insight such as “interesting that people search online for flights 2x more than starting with a specific airline. People must be concerned with price over loyalty to an airline.”

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More New Stuff - December! 

Mistakes you normally wouldn't catch while creating a survey become obvious once you view the survey as the respondent. Today we are making it easy to preview your survey just as a respondent would see it on a website in our publisher network. Click on the “view as respondent” button in the question creation stage or you can preview the entire survey via a link (http://goo.gl/plrrRm) on the survey purchase page.

If you add additional owners to the survey they can also preview to get a second pair of eyes on it before going live. Previews for Android and mobile web respondents will be available in the coming weeks. 
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Columbia Missourian: 'Significant' revenue from Google Surveys

"Since June 23, the Columbia Missourian has been using Google Consumer Surveys to generate revenue. Readers can access digital content by paying a membership fee or by answering a short survey through a Google program.

'We're very happy with how it has worked out,' Bryan Chester, marketing manager at the Missourian, said in a phone interview last week. 'We're proponents of this.'

The Missourian, managed by professional editors and staffed by Missouri School of Journalism students, turned to Google surveys because its 24-hour paywall did not produce desired results."

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Self Sign Up Now Open for US Publishers

Are you a website owner looking to earn extra revenue for your content? Today we are happy to announce self sign up for our Google Consumer Surveys publisher network. 

In exchange for access to your content, your visitors answer a few short surveys, earning you money for each question answered. 

As a publisher, Google Consumer Surveys (goo.gl/ADQNpn) is easy to implement and control - you choose where and how often survey prompts appear as well as how much content to make available.

All Google Consumer Surveys publishers must have an AdSense account (goo.gl/O3MJJ8) in good standing, an audience that is ages 18+, and must adhere to our Publisher Program Policies (goo.gl/49ZHYv).  We'll start accepting publishers in the US today, followed quickly by the UK and Canada. More countries to come in the months ahead! 

Join the hundreds of sites that are currently using Google Consumer Surveys as a new way to successfully monetize their content. Enroll your site today! 

To learn more and enroll go to https://www.google.com/insights/consumersurveys/publishers 
Monetize your website's content. Join the hundreds of publishers who are using Google Consumer Surveys to earn revenue from their content. Add surveys to your site See an example. US only. Non-US publishers please contact us for more information.
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When come to BRAZIL? We'll be expecting!
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Looking for an additional way to earn money from your site? Google Consumer Surveys is a great way to create an additional revenue stream for your content. Each time a site visitor answers a survey question, you will earn $.05. Learn more about Google Consumer Surveys: http://goo.gl/LKLxwA
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Learn how Nest, creators of the Nest Protect and Nest Thermostat, uses Google Consumer Surveys to help make important business decisions.
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I know this is annoying but i work for referral survey. I get money anytime someon follows the link. Register and get an automatix 25$. Thank you!http://referralvibe.com/?reff=4359
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Mentorship plays a huge role for small business owners, according to new study by us and Chase #nationalmentorshipmonth  
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New Stuff - December! 
 
Sharing and socializing the insight you've gained after digging through your survey data is an important part of conducting research and making sure it gets used appropriately. Until now, it has been cumbersome to do this with Google Consumer Surveys. Starting today, you can use the new feature, Saved Views, in order to find that great insight, save the exact view and everyone you share the survey with will have access to the view. Just drag and drop the answers to code your open text results, filter your survey data to your consumer segments and share the insight with your colleagues. 

How does it work?
To save groupings for open-ended text questions, drag and drop the answers as normal and click “New” under “Saved Views” on the right hand side to name the grouping. You can update existing saved views at anytime by clicking the drop down arrow and selecting “save.”  Only owners of the survey can create and delete saved views.

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Self Sign Up Now Open for UK and CA Publishers

Following our launch earlier this week in the US, publishers in the United Kingdom and Canada can now sign up for the Google Consumer Surveys publisher network. 

In exchange for access to your content, your visitors answer a few short surveys, earning you money for each question answered. As a publisher, Google Consumer Surveys (goo.gl/ADQNpn) is easy to implement and control - you choose where and how often survey prompts appear as well as how much content to make available.

All Google Consumer Surveys publishers must have an AdSense account (goo.gl/O3MJJ8) in good standing, an audience that is ages 18+, and must adhere to our Publisher Program Policies (goo.gl/49ZHYv).  

To learn more and enroll go to https://www.google.com/insights/consumersurveys/publishers 
Monetize your website's content. Join the hundreds of publishers who are using Google Consumer Surveys to earn revenue from their content. Add surveys to your site See an example. US, UK and Canada only. Other publishers please contact us for more information.
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From international brands to local food trucks, every business wants to make important decisions with their customers’ feedback in mind. Which version of your new logo will people like better? How much interest do dog owners have in organic dog food? Is your brand awareness growing over time?

We now have a new option for companies looking to answer these types of questions and more: Google Consumer Surveys. Whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or a local bike shop, Consumer Surveys makes market research fast, accurate, and affordable.

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