Ask The Readers: Hey YOU. Let’s talk!

On: November 1, 2009
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Joery Bruijntjes is a digital media enthusiast with a profound interest in the social uses of media. As a digital native he breathes digital oxygen and loves to stay at the razors edge of technology, social media and marketing. He's MA in New Media and frequently blogs about contentmarketing and other stuff. If you want to learn more about him please visit his website for an overview of his web activities.

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Arguably the title of this post is a bit direct, but I thought it was a sure way to get your attention. And if you’re reading this, it means I’m right. The thing is this; there’s a lot of information about us (Master of Media students or alumni) on this blog. But we know so little about you! I’m interested in what gets you ticking. What post and topics you like. How you found this blog in the first place, how often you read it and where you use it for. Included in this post is a short survey but the comments are open as well of course. Let’s turn the tables for once; the floor is yours!

If you took the trouble of filling out the questionnaire above, thanks! If not, how about a short reply in the comments? We’d love to hear from you!

3 Responses to “Ask The Readers: Hey YOU. Let’s talk!”
  • November 1, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    wow nice initiative:) and readers, please feel free to join our Facebook Page if you already have a Facebook account!

    New Media M.A., Univeristy of Amsterdam on Facebook -> http://bit.ly/3IZ35O

  • November 1, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    Super! what are you going to do with the results? Or, where can we find them?

  • November 1, 2009 at 2:16 pm

    @Yufen: Thanks, now I just have to find a way to ‘bump’ this post up to the front page again. So far I’ve gotten five responses. Which is nice but too few to get serious insights from..

    @Ram: I’ll redistribute them in a blogpost when there are sufficient results. In the meantime I’m happy to share access to the ‘work in progress’ if you want.

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