Survey of econ blog readers
Posted by Daniel Hall on April 9, 2008
Over at 26econ:
John Whitehead and I are conducting a brief survey of readers of economics blogs. I’d be really grateful if you could spend a few minutes answering the questions. The idea is to get some idea of the “demand side” of economics blogs. This will be a nice complement to my earlier survey of econ blog authors. We’ll publish the results when the survey is over.
I took it. It’s quick and painless. It also really drove home for me the way that blogs are becoming an increasingly large portion of my news diet.
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