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We have a favor to ask…

With the new year coming and our one year anniversary on the horizon, we figure it’s a good time to make some changes here at outsidemom.com. Aside from slowly making the website more user friendly we also want to tweak our content a little. Problem is, we’re not really sure the best ways to tweak it.

Our goal is to better meet the needs of our audience, but because this is cyber space, we’re not really sure who our audience is.  Do you have blogs yourselves?  Are your children in high school?  Are you stay at home dads?  Cowgirls?  Retired gymnasts?  Aliens from outer space?  Our inquiring minds yearn to know you better.

This is where the favor comes in. We would be forever grateful if you would take a minute or two from your busy schedules to participate in a little survey. I promise it’s short (ten questions–just check the boxes).  It’s also anonymous, and the results will be extremely useful in guiding our content over the next year.

We appreciate every single one of you. Your comments, your enthusiasm and your patience with us as we stumble our way through the blogosphere. Thank you!

You can find the survey here. Did I mention it’s short…

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  1. Sus

    You should have an option in the age category: “I don’t remember”

  2. GottaRun

    Or…”How old do you _feel_?” :)

    • Hahaa. Looks like we’re going to need a follow-up survey for some age clarifications.

  3. […] back when we asked you (our readers) to fill out a survey? At the end of the survey we asked: What topics would you like to see on the blog in the future? […]

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