Please Take My 2011 Reader Survey

I want to make my blog more relevant to your needs and interests. To do that, I need to know more about YOU. As a result, I have created my 2011 Reader Survey.

Screen Shot of 2011 Survey

Would you please take a few minutes to fill out the survey? By doing so, you will ultimately be helping yourself. Why? Because you will be helping me make my posts even more interesting and relevant to you.

Your input is important to me. The survey is easy to fill out. The survey results are completely anonymous. I can’t tell who said want. And it will only take five minutes of your time.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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  • Trusthimtochangeyou

    I enjoy your blog posts related to technology and new devices (iPad vs kindle) I also enjoy hearing about authors that I may have not heard of or read before.

    On Twitter, I’m @trusthimto

    Happy v-day.

  • Andy Newsome

    Thanks for taking the time to consider our input. My twitter is @andynewsome. I hope I win because I am an auditory learner!

  • http://twitter.com/hunthome1 Rev. Ron Hunter Jr.

    Thanks Michael for this post with the useful information as you work through your day. I have found your blog helpful and personable for productivity. @hunthome1

  • Tom Hogsed

    Thanks for making this available and I hope it helps you know us better!

    @tomhogsed

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=160801584 Deanna McCune Albrecht

    I enjoy reading your blog. Thank you for sharing your stories and insight. My Twitter name is @Deemms.

  • Jeremy Teran

    Cool idea, I think my son would be more interested in the Bible if he could listen to it on his iPod. Good luck to all commenters!
    @jeremyteran

  • Hogsed03

    Great blog that I was just introduced to by my brother in law!!! I’ve enjoyed catching up on your previous posts! I’m not currently on twitter. Thanks for letting me complete your survey!

  • http://www.davidfmckee.com David McKee

    Michael (don’t know you well enough to call you Mike, yet!),
    Thanks for the opportunity to win the audio Bible – something I was just thinking I’d like to have for my morning commute, by the way – but, more than that, thank you for this site and the great source of information and inspiration you provide. My wife and I are really enjoying your tweets and your posts!

  • John J Volk (gort999)

    I took your survey. If I win the audio bible I will use it for my Mother-In-Law who is bedfast so she can hear the Word of God read to her. Thanks for the survey and the chance to win an audio Bible.

  • Colin

    Thanks for your posts, they have been a big help! Continue doing what you are doing and God Bless!

    @ColinH80

  • http://twitter.com/ganns Ganns Deen

    Hello, I’ve completed the survey; this particular contest has forced me out of lurking. LOL I’m on Twitter as @ganns.

  • http://twitter.com/alangolson Alan Olson

    Thank you for your blog. @alangolson

  • http://twitter.com/AndreaAresca Andrea Aresca

    After many “purges” of my Google Readers subscriptions, your blog is still present and one of my favourite!
    Thanks you, Michael!
    @andreaaresca

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for that. I am glad to know I am still there!

  • http://twitter.com/LEdmondsbassett Lesley E-B

    Survey done. I wish I had more time to read your posts, they are so interesting. My twitter name is @LEdmondsbassett. Thanks for all the great posts, I don’t know how you find the time.

  • http://twitter.com/mdmaurer MaDonna Maurer

    I am new to your blog and I just noticed that you do this yearly. That is really amazing. Thanks for taking the time to write up a survey, to read it, and then make changes. I have enjoyed them so far and look forward to reading more this year!
    twitter name is mdmaurer

  • Veliahowell

    Thnx My twitter is Franvel. And thnx for your Book proposal fiction and non-fiction e-books, it is a great tool.

  • http://twitter.com/patgmac Patrick Gallagher

    First time visitor. Learned of the survey through a twitter post. I do see some articles I like though, subscribing to the RSS. Twitter name is patgmac

  • iGranny

    I loved that you gave opportunity to include the type of blog post that most interests us. Thank you for encouraging us in blogging, and taking time to teach us SoMe things that spur us on.
    I’m http://www.Twitter.com/SwitchingGranny

  • http://www.letsmovetothemoon.com Steven Rossi

    Thanks

    Twitter name: @SuperMoonMan

  • http://captainsacrament.blogspot.com Kyle_potter

    I took the survey. I teach college and work at an academic library, so I especially enjoy your posts on productivity and publishing. Like everyone else, I have a master’s thesis (gathering dust) that I just know would make a great book. Ha!

    Twitter: @kyledpotter

  • http://twitter.com/ktisallred Katie Allred

    Thanks for allowing me to help you out! My twitter name is ktisallred!

  • Carmenjoyce

    You have been an inspiration to me. I am 83 and have journaled for years. I have compiled these into a devotional book which I produced on my computer at home and gave to a few people. Would like to be able to publish it for future generations to read. That is in the Lord’s hands – if He wants it done He will provide. Thank you so much for your many insights. Especially enjoyed your insight re “introverted leaders”! Thank you for all you do. I do belong to Booksneeze. Recently was given a kindle so am starting some reading on that.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I love that you are 83 and doing all this. Awesome!

  • Cheri

    Great Survey. Reminder to do one on my blog! @advinthekitchen

  • Cheri

    Great Survey. Reminder to do one on my blog! @advinthekitchen

  • http://www.christopherscottblog.typepad.com/ Christopher Scott

    Hi Michael,
    I just completed the survey.

    Thanks for your great blog. I’m enjoying getting to read more blog posts in 2011 that you are posting.

    No need to enter me into the contest for the audio Bible.

    Thanks!

  • LexieS

    You were one of the inspirations when I started my blog in 2005. I found you via Barbara Curtis. You both used Typepad, so I went with them. (I haven’t followed you to WordPress yet. Typepad has great supprort.)

    Your blog showed the value of social media and how people in large organizations can use social media effectively.

    I’ve referenced your site at writers conferences where I taught on social media, to my Sr. Pastor as a model for his blog (and because of your leadership posts) and to friends.

    On a personal note, I value your parenting input, having 5 kids (4 girls) myself.

    All that said, keep doing what you’re doing. It blesses many.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Lexie. I appreciate the encouragement!

  • LexieS

    Oops! Forgot twitter name
    @thelexiesmith

  • CHDyer

    I enjoy your blog and advise on social media. I use Google Reader because of your suggestion. I admire your openness and would love to hear you speak sometime.
    Blog: http://www.CHDyer.com
    @CHiltonDyer

  • http://www.noxbox.blogspot.com Johan M

    Thanks for continually improve the way you share your knowledge with us. My wife and I have learned a lot from your blog. Keep posting!

    • Johan M

      Twitter name: @johannmurillo

  • Bwenman

    Mike – “How do I read your blog?” RSS , email or blog. Neither of those. I actually set http://www.michaelhyatt.com as my homepage last year because I wanted to have something positive to start my day every day. I originally had my home page set up as a news channel and found that I got lost in the depressing news that was happening everyday. I made a New Years resolution to limit the amount of negative “junk” that comes into my head, especially first thing in the morning. I changed my setting on January 2, 2010 and I don’t plan on changing it anytime soon! So thank you for the info, but you might want to add “other” to that question!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wow! I don’t even have my own blog set as my home page!

      • Bwenman

        Haha! Does that make me lame?

        • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

          No, you are my hero!

          • Bwenman

            Well in that case – — I booked Governor Walker from Wisconsin to be the keynote speaker at a charity event in May and it seems that might just be a little controversial right now! Know anyone who could take his place??? Just kidding….. unless of course you do, then I’m not kidding. It’s crazy living in Wisconsin these days! Seriously, thanks for the inspiration that you add to my day – every day!

  • Amy

    I always enjoy reading your blog and I appreciate that you seek feedback from your readers. As on any survey, not all the options are listed. You might consider adding “other ministry leader” under church leadership involvement. It seems to jump from paid staff or elder/deacon to small group or youth leader. Leadership in other ministries is omitted. Adding that category might provide more accurate demographics for your survey.

  • Blair

    Always love reading your posts Mike… now if I can only get into commenting more!
    Keep up the great articles.

  • http://twitter.com/guymwilliams guy m williams

    Like all, thanks for this. I appreciate the opportunity to contribute. Plus, I enjoy reading the annual survey results post.

  • TheSaint08D

    Reading the results of your Survey was amusing to me because I’m the opposite of yourresults on almost every single question bar maybe 2

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  • http://takisathanassiou.com/ Takis Athanassiou

    Dear Michael, can I use your questionnaire for building an analogous survey for my site?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Sure. Have at it.

      • http://takisathanassiou.com/ Takis Athanassiou

        Thank you very much, Michael. I really appreciate your help.

  • Holly McIlwain

    I will take you up on your offer to use this. Thanks so much!