Year-End Reader Survey

For a number of years, we WordPress.com users received an annual report giving us  highlights from our yearly stats. Last year this post was not published by WordPress.com (it was deemed too labor intensive) and we were encouraged to publish our own year-end summary. Since it doesn’t appear that WordPress.com will publish an annual report again this year, if that is something you’d like to do for your readers, the Daily Post has an excellent write-up with several ideas on how to do so.

However, I’d like to turn this around and ask you, my readers, what you found most valuable (or not) on my site this year, how easy (or not) it was to find what you needed and what topics you’d like to see me cover in 2018. Please expand on your reply in the comment area provided or feel free to skip right to leaving a comment on this post if none of the survey questions really hits the mark for you. Survey results (if any) will be published after the survey closes on 10 January 2018.

Thanks for taking the time to help me improve this site’s usefulness to you! Wishing you a happy and healthy 2018!

Featured image Mira Bozhko

Published by JenT

After 4 years hand-coding websites, 2 years setting up and running WordPress sites, I launched my first website on WordPress.com in 2006 and never looked back. Since then, I’ve helped other site owners safely navigate through the ins and outs of the ever-changing WordPress.com ecosystem. Find me at wpcommaven.com

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