Planning With Kids Reader Survey 2012

This time last year I ran my first reader survey. I was absolutely thrilled at the response. The information gathered was integral to the redesign of the blog and the content plan for this year.

I didn’t manage to include every suggestion from the survey into posts through out the year unfortunately, but the posts listed below are just a few of those written in response to feedback in the reader survey and reader questions:

Today I have launched the PWK Reader Survey for 2012. I would love as many responses as I can, so I can obtain the best feel for what is working and what isn’t on the blog. The survey will be open until Dec 24 2012.

Thank you gift – Homework Help Pack

As I did last year, I have created a special thank you gift for those who complete the survey. I have collated the pro formas, guides and check lists that I have already shared on the blog, that help you guide kids through particular homework tasks. I have also included four new tools that I have yet to post on the blog.

Below is the table of contents for the Homework Help Pack you will be able to download at the end of the survey:
Planning With Kids Homework Help Contents

There is a brief word doc introduction which explains the point of each tool in the pack. Then each tool is included as a separate PDF file to make printing and locating the relevant tool easier.

Planning With Kids Survey 2013

The survey has 25 questions and only takes a couple of minutes to complete. Most questions simply require checking options and clicking a few buttons. I would love it if you would complete the survey before Dec 24, 2012.

As I noted at the beginning of the post, the information I received last year was fantastic and allowed me to improve the blog in a number of ways. Your feedback again this year, will allow me to continue improving Planning With Kids.

While a key focus from last year’s survey was on blog navigation etc, this year I am wanting to find out more about how you plan and what types of posts I can create to help you.

The survey is embedded into this post below, but if you are reading in email you will not see it. Please click here to take survey.

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Thank you for reading the blog and for taking the time to help me out by completing the survey.