Survey of bloggers: win $50 Economics is conducting a survey of bloggers and other sites that are trying to encourage debate in the oz-blogosphere and more generally. Im afraid I can’t tell you the client it’s confidential. However Im hoping that anyone who does or has run a blog, or been involved in the running of a blog might be prepared to give us 5 minutes of your time to do the survey.

The ‘point’ of the exercise is to provide advice on how to run a ‘good site’ one that generates worthwhile content and useful interaction between the provider of the facility and those ‘out there’ and interaction between commenters. Note that the deadline for the project means that we will need your answers as soon as you are able to provide them were hoping for them within 48 hours or so i.e. the end of the weekend. Many thanks in anticipation of your taking the time to complete it. And the most informative response (verified as yours by return email and from a visit to your blog) wins $50.

So what are you waiting for?  The survey is here.

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15 years ago

done and done. It’s highly unlikely to be worthy of any note, but at least I’ve contributed

15 years ago

Hmmm. I’m guessing as to the client.

Maybe learning a bit about wikipedia-type things (or versions that have fine grained authentication/authorization) and even googlegroups/googledocs might be useful for them.

If it’s who I think it is… teach them how to set up a lot of specific RSS feeds from tags on announcements across a range of their sources.