What do you want from a PR / Comms blog?

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Fill out a quick survey and go into the draw to win a £50 (or equivalent) Amazon.com gift voucher!

I need your help for a few minutes if possible…and I come bearing a gift…

theCOMMScorner.com in nearing it’s first birthday and I’d like to get an idea from you as to the type of blog you’d like it to be going forward.

To help make it worth your while, I will give an Amazon.com gift voucher worth £50 (or equivalent value if outside the UK) to one person, who will be selected at random, at the conclusion of the survey period.

You don’t have to necessarily be a regular reader of this blog, I’m really just interested in the type of information you’d like from your ideal PR / Comms blog.

I’ve prepared a brief survey (link below) – just tell me what you think and you might win an Amazon.com gift voucher…and help shape my blog for the next 12 months or so.

Click here to take the survey.

Thanks!

Adam

If the pop up link doesn’t work, try the direct link: http://polldaddy.com/s/B18E8F8B30CDEC0F
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4 Comments

  • Reply August 2, 2010

    Blonde

    All done! I think the overwhelming thing for me about any comms blog is that it’s genuinely interesting: it gives me new information that I’ve been previously unaware of (especially if that’s tips about resources). Too many blogs just rehash mainstream opinions on particular case studies / events in the media, that I don’t feel add any value. I’m far more likely (like any reader, I guess) to commit to something I feel really gives me something in the way of content.

  • Reply August 2, 2010

    Emily Cagle

    All done. Interesting questions. Can’t wait to see the results and how they help shape this little corner of comms.

  • Reply August 2, 2010

    worob.com

    DUN 🙂

    @Worob
    PR at Sunrise – worob.com

  • Reply August 3, 2010

    Deirdre

    Hi Adam! I completed the survey. I definitely found myself wavering on a few of the questions because I could only select one answer. For me, I think there were a lot of close second choices 🙂 I can’t wait to see the results.

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