Articles tagged: readersurvey

We are so happy that 280 readers participated in our 2012 reader survey. As promised, we’ve chosen three participants randomly to receive speaking books of their choice.

In this article, we summarize a few survey results, and discuss how we’ll try to improve Six Minutes for you based on this feedback.

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The reader survey and book contest mentioned below are closed, and we are busy studying the results to learn how we can make Six Minutes better. Some of the key insights are shared here.

Though the survey is closed, we are always interested in feedback from our readers. Please tell us what you like and what you don’t about Six Minutes via our contact form, anytime.

We want to make Six Minutes more relevant to your speaking needs.

To do that, we need your help.

Would you please take a few minutes to fill out a short survey?

  1. Your responses are completely anonymous.
  2. It will take just 2 or 3 minutes to complete.
  3. You will be entered in a draw to win a speaking book of your choice (any book we have reviewed, provided it is still in print). For every 100 responses, we’ll choose another winner, up to a maximum of 5.
  4. Your input will help us make Six Minutes better for you.

To enter the draw, all you have to do is:

  1. Complete the survey, and
  2. Leave a comment on this article, or send a message on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ so we know who you are and which book you’d like.


As we plan new Six Minutes articles and features, it helps immensely to understand you, our reader.

Please help plan the direction for Six Minutes into 2010 by taking 1 minute to answer a very short survey.

For those reading this message in email or via RSS, you may not see the survey below. In that case, click through to the one-minute survey here.

Thank you in advance for your participation, and thank you for reading.

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