Take My Readership Survey and Win a Kick-Ass Book!

It’s really satisfying to run this blog because I feel that it helps people and adds value to their lives. After posting about how I’ve been blogging for over a year, I’ve decided its a good time to do a reader survey. I talked about discovering my audience but then thought to myself – “Is that just my impression or is that real? Maybe I should get some data!”

I sent this out first to my email subscribers – and the results have been interesting. I don’t want to give it way yet – because I’m curious to see if the trends are mapped by the broader causal readers.

By doing this survey, you can help me better understand how to improve it and make it even more useful, actionable and worth reading. To thank you for your support, I’ll be selecting two survey takers to win one of the kick-ass books below [1].

Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard - great book on understanding how people / organizations enact sustainable change.
The 4-Hour Body - Tim Ferriss’s second best-seller. There is something here for everyone – if you want to upgrade your physical state, this is how you do it.
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? – the best Seth Godin book I’ve ever read. Covers a wide range of topics from work to leadership to innovation and highly recommended.

I’ll publish the survey results on my blog and strive to adjust my writing to fit the request. Note – I haven’t made all the fields required but the giveaway only applies to people who write at least a sentence or two in each of the 2 textboxes.

Thanks so much for your help and regularly scheduled posts will continue in a few days!
Jason

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FOOTNOTES

[1] Email subscribers if you’re reading this, know that there are in fact 2 books being given away. One to a casual reader, one to one of you. Your chances were much higher since there are less of you. =)
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