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Poll: Members: What's your income in 2005 from clients met originally via ProZ or a ProZ.com colleag
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Dec 12, 2005

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Lesley Clayton
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Platinum - do you mean me? Dec 12, 2005

I took advantage of the current offer to go platinum a few days ago. As this poll is for platinum members only, I assume you do not mean me as I was not a platinum member throughout 2005. My answer, and that of others who have taken advantage of the current offer and become platinum members for the first time, may distort the results you are seeking and so I have not answered. Am I right?

Lesley


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Henry Dotterer
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Good point Dec 12, 2005

I'll add the option "I am a new member".

By the way, welcome!


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Lesley Clayton
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Thanks Dec 12, 2005

Thank you, Henry.

By the way, it's nice to see my postings appear immediately

[Edited at 2005-12-12 10:54]


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Penelope Ausejo  Identity Verified
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Annual or monthly? Dec 13, 2005

Maybe the answer is obvious but I don’t seem to figure it out. First, I assumed it meant annual and answered accordingly but after seeing the results I’m not that sure about it. Just wanted to check it.

TIA


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