I am doing a double experiment; first, using Survey Monkey for the first time. Second, I'm a bit curious about how my online time working on the blog compares to others.
In terms of how I define "working on the blog": I don't include reading the actual books, but I do include drafting and posting; working on the blog template, sidebars, design; reading other blogs and commenting; Twittering and other related online activities that tie back to my blog; and reading news about books and publishing.
Here it is: my first survey. Click Here to take survey
Since, as with many things, I look at this as not only the survey itself but also the process involved, any comments/ suggestions on both using survey monkey and the survey itself would be informative. I'm not quite satisfied with the questions, but I'm not quite sure how I would tinker with them or what I would add. I know asking on average can be a bit tricky; some days are more than others, like days off I spend more time!
Why I'm including things outside of the actual blogging: because, like others, I view the social networking of blogging as just as important as the blog itself, so I tried to capture that time also in the survey.
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