Well, I Did Ask… A Very Informal and Unscientific (and Last Minute) Survey of My Mailing List

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Last week, I set up a survey in my last email. It was very last-minute and so very unscientific but it was an interesting glimpse into the people who comprise my 8,000-subscriber mailing list. The questions are also NOT in any particular order because I didn’t realize you couldn’t change the order until after I had written down all the questions. And again… last minute so I didn’t want to go back and fix them.

Here are the informal results and you can draw your conclusions about the health of my list (it’s only about 20% organic, meaning people signed up at the back of my books; the rest are from group promotions where there’s usually a free book or Kindle or prize offered in exchange for entering the contest). I’ve winnowed this list down from 13K names to 6K only to join more group promotions at the end of last year and now I’m at 8K again but this will need another winnowing of sorts.

Oh, you’ll have to click on Page 2 to continue reading.

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