Length of the Survey
As Mike Manual states in his brief post in May our survey can take some time. Last year I had a seven question survey, and this year I really struggled with developing a short survey or a long survey, but I had a lot of questions I wanted to answer in terms of the value of blogging and who is actually blogging.
I'd really like to get a lot of input from product managers and product builders as most of my survey's last year were with people who were in that role at companies. However, part of the reason I am doing the survey is to discover who should be blogging at a company by researching who is blogging at the moment.
Posted by johncass at May 26, 2005 10:19 AM
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Don't ask "a lot of questions."
If you could ask God any question you wanted, and you'd get a Mount Sinai thundering absolute certain that it is God Himself response...
...but you could only ask Him two or three questions, I'm sure you'd come up with the few most vital ones.
Do Not Ask a Zillion Questions All At Once.
Ask two today, two more next week, one more next month...etc.
Go to email marketing web sites and learn how to compose subject lines.
Subject lines: that's what will make or brake.
Posted by: steven streight aka vaspers the grate at May 27, 2005 1:28 PM