Reader’s Pulse: A Readership Engagement Initiative Survey

April 13, 2010 | By | 3 Replies More

Reading time: 2 – 3 minutes

Understanding your readers and their reactions towards your website are significant indicators in determining the direction where your online efforts are heading. It serves as valuable clues that would trigger changes mostly for the better.

Through the use of surveys, webmasters will be able to come up with right blend of information and design structure which would promote positive results when analyzed carefully.

Having conducted surveys or feedback initiative last year created a whole new outlook in keeping abreast with what most online content consumers dig.

Person taking a customer survey and responding "excellent".

This time around, I’m opening up a new set of information gathering which I think would best benefit the visitors of this site for a much better reading experience which I will call the Reader’s Pulse Readership Engagement Initiative Survey.

Take the Reader’s Pulse Survey Now!

Your responses will mostly evolve on your overall impression of the site—its contents, design and layout and reading experience. Other than that, there’s a field allotted for you to freely speak your mind and most of all, your individual responses will be made confidential.

This endeavor will not push through without your support so I’m reaching out to you, my dearest reader, to share your valuable time and I would really appreciate your opinion. I’ll be waiting for your responses. Thanks!

Take the Reader’s Pulse Survey Now!

This survey is powered by a SurveyGizmo free account. A Reader’s Pulse Survey link can also be found below the comment “submit” button throughout this site.

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  1. Ralph Smith says:

    Nice post I think I spend too much time attracting visitors to the my website through SEO and developing content and not enough reviewing the end user experience.


  2. Good idea Math. If I have extra time, I just might look into this concept for my blog too.

    BTW, if I’m not mistaken, there was a left sidebar here before. Did you just have it removed? If you did, was it as simple as unchecking a checkbox, or did you have to edit the theme codes?
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  3. Mathdelane says:

    Hi James,
    Yes, there used to be a left sidebar here. I had it removed via my theme’s template through the backend without any needed coding.

    So, what you think of the changes so far?

    The survey is designed to check what readers generally think about the site and it will help me improve consistently. I may have to look forward on you doing the same thing.

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