Thank you to everyone who filled out last week’s survey. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive.
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American or Canadian. This was exactly what I expected. Most of my visitors have always been from North America. Hopefully we will hear from people in other countries in future surveys, though.
40+. 75% of participants were 40 or older. Now this was a surprise! I wonder if there is a correlation between age and willingness to fill out a survey?
Longtime Readers. Everyone who responded has been reading On the Other Hand for at least 7 months. I didn’t know what to expect when I included this question but does make sense that longtime readers would be more likely to participate.
Pictures. Apparently I have not been including enough pictures in my posts. 😉
More posts about psychology, sociology, religion and philosophy. Done.
Humour. This one will take a little more work. Keep an eye out for lighthearted posts in the future.
A Dear Lydia column. What a fantastic idea! Those of you who receive my newsletter already know this but I’ve decided to give it a try. I’ll need your help, though.
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You know, my brother constantly is offering suggestions as to what I should write about on my blog. He’ll check every few days and then ask me why I didn’t listen to his suggestions. I tell him over and over again that I write almost solely from inspiration. It’s as if the topics pick me, rather than the other way around. 😉
Interesting that ppl want to see pictures. I never do that, for the same reason as you. My topics are too subjective.
I hear you. Some posts are impossible to find a picture for!