A few weeks ago, NEast Philly participated in a survey taken of local editors to determine what works for our particular publications in our particular regions.
The survey, sponsored by the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri, included questions as basic as: How many readers do you have? and as complex as: What aspects of your site are the most popular?
As simple as those questions may be, the statistical information we gather about our readers is pretty bare-bones compared to what you — the readers — can actually tell us yourselves.
So now it’s your turn. This 10-minute survey includes questions about how you use NEast Philly to get your news. All of the answers are confidential, but we will receive feedback regarding what you had to say.
This is basically where you get to anonymously shower us with love or tell us what a terrible job we’re doing, so live it up. Once we have the answers, we can use them to incorporate your needs and ideas into the site. Something you hate about NEast Philly right now can be fixed in the next couple months — if you fill out the survey.
We’ll be promoting this over the next couple weeks, but the sooner you fill out the survey, the sooner you can skip this article next time you see it pop up on the site.