Feedback can be enormously helpful. It can help us shape our blogs, our manuscripts, our brands, our products, and our businesses. It can even help us improve ourselves.
We just need to be willing to ask people what they think and then to implement the best and most pertinent parts of that feedback. One of the easiest and most effective ways to ask for such feedback is with a survey. Doing so is free—or can be—and quick as well.
For the fist part of this prompt, I would love for you to take my survey about the frequency with which I publish posts, the effectiveness and popularity of these nonfiction prompts and the information you would like to receive when you visit this blog. It’s a short survey…just 10 brief questions. It will take you less than 2 minutes…if even that much time.
You can take the survey by clicking below:
Now, for the second part of the prompt…
Nonfiction Writing Prompt #30: Create a Survey
To complete this prompt, take a survey of your blog readers or social network followers.
What information would you like to gather that you could put to use to improve your blog, your blog posts or the effectiveness of your social network status updates? Create ten questions.
Then create a free account at www.surveymonkey.com. follow the directions to create your survey.
Next, share the link and wait for the results. And, of course, use the results.
What did you discover? Leave me a comment.
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