One of the biggest takeaways I received from New Media Expo was the suggestion that you should survey your readers. As I sat in Michael Hyatt’s session, I realized that it was time for me to develop one for Productivityist, and he even told the audience that we could “steal his questions” if we liked.1
With that in mind, I present to you The 2014 Productivityist Reader Survey.
While I did take some of his questions and re-purposed them for this survey, the more relevant idea that I took from him was that in order to make Productivityist better was that I needed to find out what you, the reader, want. (Incidentally, I discuss the idea of making better things — and making things better — in my latest newsletter. If you don’t to miss on what I offer in those weekly missives, you can subscribe to the newsletter here.)
Your input is important to me, so I’m hoping you’ll take a few minutes to fill out the survey. By doing so you will be helping me make the content Productivityist offers even more interesting, relevant, and valuable to you.
There are no required questions. It is totally anonymous. I won’t be asking for your email in the survey or try to sell you anything. All I’d like is some of your time and your help to make Productivityist even better. Once I’ve compiled all the data, I’ll share the results with you here on the blog.
When you’re ready to get started, click on the button below…and thank you.
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1 I’d also like to thank Brooks Duncan over at DocumentSnap for helping me out with this process.