Survey: What’re you here for?

Posted 25 September, 2016 by Nikki in General, Giveaways / 6 Comments

All of a sudden, I have a sudden rush of morbid curiosity, so here’s a survey about the kind of content you enjoy on my blog and what you might like to see more of. And since I’m at it and I’d really like you to answer, people who do respond to the survey get the chance at winning a giveaway: the prize is your choice of one book I’ve reviewed on this blog, sent via The Book Depository.

Everyone who follows here or promotes the blog will get a couple of chances, but if you complete the survey, you can get a bunch of entries by giving me a keyword in both your survey response and the rafflecopter.

Thanks in advance!

Create your own user feedback survey
To participate without doing the survey, you can get a free entry or promote my blog on social media. If you do the survey, don’t forget to give me a keyword or phrase (“hotdog pants”, “chocolate bookcase”, I don’t know, use your imagination), so that I can confirm your participation.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
The giveaway ends on the 1st November, but the survey doesn’t have a closing date.

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6 Responses to “Survey: What’re you here for?”

  1. I kind of wished your survey allowed multiple choices, because I follow you both on Bloglovin and Twitter, for example, and I enjoy most of your fiction reviews! 🙂 I should do something similar for my blog, maybe for the next blog anniversary. It’s good to get feedback in any case.

    • I thought about making it multiple choice, but decided I wanted to be mean and make people go with all or nothing, ha. And yeah, I’m finding the feedback interesting. It’s a fairly even split between people who like my eclecticism and people who’re just here for the SF/F, for example!

  2. I DID IT!! And I like reading all the things you blog about btw, I’m just annoyed at myself for not getting around to read your blog more often! SOMEONE GIVE ME A TIME MACHINE. hehe.

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