Scot Blog Survey

This from Go Lassie Go, please copy and post, we think it may be useful:

Weber Shandwick is conducting a survey of the Scottish Blogosphere, which I feel will be very useful if enough people respond. WS is a PR agency but its material on politics, especially Scotland Votes, is very useful and impartial. I think it is great that they are investing in user-friendly informative material, such as interactive maps showing the key constituencies, predictive tools etc.  They have devised two blogger questionnaires, the first for bloggers themselves, the second for blog readers. Here is their letter.

Hi there

As a regular blog writer in Scotland I’d really appreciate it if you could spare us a few minutes to tell us about your experience as a blogger.  We have created a survey to help us with this and I’d be grateful if you could click the link below and fill it out:
As a wee thank you for taking the time to do this we will send you a copy of the Total Politics / Weber Shandwick General Election 2010 Map.
Once we have the results we will compile the information, together with a survey we are putting out to blog readers and produce a report on the state of the Scottish blogosphere.  We will do this in early 2011.
To help us reach the maximum amount of blog readers I’d really appreciate if you were able to publicise our survey on your blog and encourage your blog readers to fill it in.  Please note, the blog reader survey is different and can be found at this web address:
Thanks for any help that you can provide.  Any questions please feel free to drop me a line.
Kind regards
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