January 3, 2010


A Reader Survey


  It’s that time of year when we evaluate and set goals for our lives.  As I was reflecting on the past year of blogging, I realized that I only receive input in the form of comments or emails from a small fraction of my readers.  I find myself asking, “How can I make decisions about my blog when I don’t know what my readers want?”

I love hearing from people.  When you tell me that a certain recipe or my blog in general has made your day, that encourages me to keep blogging.  When you ask questions, it helps me learn what people are looking for.  I blog because it is something I want to do, and I find it rewarding.  But I also blog for you.  It is only rewarding when I know that other people are benefitting from what I do.

With that in mind, I have created a reader survey.  It contains 17 questions.  All but three are multiple choice or check the boxes.  Some of the questions pertain to information about you and others are specific to my blog.   

I am giving away one copy of Carol Fenster’s cookbook Gluten-Free Quick & Easy.   I will also give away both of my eBooks to three additional winners. If you choose to leave your first name and email address at the end of the survey, you will be entered for a chance to win.  I would really appreciate it if you would take a couple of minutes to complete the survey.

Thank you!!


Oh that was fun...luv short surveys! Love your new photo Linda!

Oh I do hope I win...he he!

Linda, I just added you to my blogroll..don't know why I hadn't done that before...go figure...lol!!!

Thanks for being open to asking what your readers would like to see! Your blog has been a lifesaver as I closed 2009 and began 2010 trying to navigate Celiac disease. Best wishes!
I am so sorry I have not posted a response before! I get so much support and such good recipes from you and Shirley and so many others and I never take the time to tell you how much I appreciate you! My goal is to post on one blog per day now so you KNOW how much you help me out. Smile. Your survey was a wake up call I needed...thanks!

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