What I Learned From a Readers’ Survey

I recently did a survey concerning my various online activities. Certain things were simply confirmed but there were a few surprises. Here are some of the things that I learned.

The people who listen to my podcast are not the same people who read my blog. I had expected much more overlap.

I run a number of different blogs on my one site. I had some idea where most of the interest was but there was a surprise. There was much more interest in my personal blog than I expected. I’m going to spend a bit more time there.

I had an online project that I wanted to add to my site. I discovered that there was not near the interest I thought there would be. I still may do it but it is no longer a priority.

I asked about ways that people would be willing to financially support my site. I was shocked that by far the number one answer was purchasing eBooks written by me. I hadn’t really thought of that as a priority before.

What does this mean for you? If you are a blogger, I would strongly suggest that you do some kind of online survey. It may take you a few tries to get the questions in such a way to provide useful information but it is definitely worth doing.

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