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Every now and then we like to ask our readers a few questions about what they get up to online.

We also try and make it worth your while too by adding in some great prizes.

So if you fancy being in with a shot of winning some prizes all you need do is click on this link and answer a few questions. They are mainly about what you do in social media, how much you love Facebook and what you think are the hottest new websites. So go on fill out the survey it should only take you five minutes.

As for the prizes, well we have been scouring the cupboards and have so far pulled out a camera, a tablet and a hi-fi. There will be at least a couple more goodies so we will post the definitive list in a day or so's time.

The survey is here

We will randomly choose the winners on Monday October 22nd at noon.

Usual Shiny terms and conditions apply.

Ipod-nano-4GB-silver.gifLike it or not, these days mobile phones can be seen as so much more than just communication devices. And like all things, there's a lot of choice out there. How do you decide what kind of phone to go for? Design? Ease of use? Or is price the most important factor?

We're offering you the chance to win one of five 4 GB Apple iPod Nano Videos just for completing a survey on this very subject.

It'll take about five minutes of your time and everyone who enters their details at the end will be entered into the prize draw. The closing date for entry to the draw is 31st January.

Take the survey here

Terms and conditions apply - see them over the page.

It's like Madonna circa 1998 but this week business has gone all "Earth Mother" on us if current research is to be believed. Fresh from "the six tribes of green consumerism" now we've spotted some more research on how European business is prioritising climate issues.

Belgium is apparently the green man of Europe rating the environment in 2nd place as a business priority - ahead of profit (4th place). The UK also revealed a softer side with corporate social responsibility (CSR) and green issues ranked 3rd and 4th; customer service was number one. Yes, really.

p-ny-range.jpgA survey has been carried out by Rachel's Organic as part of the Soil Association's 'Wake up to an organic breakfast' campaign to find out what us Brits eat first thing in the morning. The results show that one in eight skip breakfast altogether but 58% of those who do partake in the 'most important meal of the day' choose organic produce all or most of the time. Of the 2049 people questioned the breakdown of products eaten are as follows: 67% have cereal, 62% have toast, 34% have fruit, 32% have eggs and 23% choose yogurt.

Steve Clarke from Rachel’s Organic comments on the findings saying: ‘With 6 out of 10 opting for organic on their breakfast menu, it’s very good news for the organic movement in the UK.’

[via New Consumer]

Related: Jordans Cereals re-launches the entire organic range

Made%20jewellery.jpgWe're still keen to find out whether the current hype about plastic bags is working. If you'd like to have your say in our survey, please click Click here. It should take no longer than five minutes, and one lucky participant will win £50 worth of Made jewellery from the collection at Adili; a stylish pair of bronze and wood earrings and bronze bead necklace. Both are handmade in Africa under Fairtrade standards.

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