Hundreds of you took the time to fill out our survey (thanks!), and we’ve been combing through the results all weekend. As we’d hoped, we got some really helpful feedback that will allow us to tweak The Daily Post in ways that will make it more useful for you.
Interested in what your fellow bloggers think? Here are some of the key findings:
Okay, not really; you know how we love feedback. But today is the last day to take our survey and let us know how we can make The Daily Post more useful for you.
Thanks very much to the hundreds of you who’ve already taken the time to share your opinions. The rest of you, get cracking! We’ll share key findings with you next week.
As some of you have already noticed, we’re starting to shake things up a little around here and experimenting with new features, like Weekly Writing Challenges and Freshly Pressed analyses.
(Before you panic: Don’t worry, the Weekly Photo Challenge isn’t going anywhere.)
We don’t want to go too nutty without knowing that whatever we add to the site will be useful to you in reaching your blogging goals – and we could use a little help there.
We’d appreciate it if you could spend a few minutes taking a simple, ten question survey to give us a snapshot of your blogging habits and goals, favorite Daily Post features, and the types of new content you’d be interested in – along with anything else you feel like telling us about The Daily Post.
We’re here to support you, so your feedback means a lot to us and will drive the future of The Daily Post. Take the survey now!