We'd like you to help us improve the content and services on Econsultancy, and boost the amount we donate to Save the Children at the same time. 

Econsultancy's 2012 user survey is the first we have carried out since 2009, and we will donate £3/$5 for every completed response. 

We like to think we're pretty good at spotting trends and working out the kinds of services, content and events that digital marketers want to see, but sometimes there's no substitute for asking your users directly. The survey is completely anonymous

We'd like to know:

  • How do you use Econsultancy?
  • Do you use our training courses or attend our events?
  • What kinds of services and features would you like to see more of in the future? 

More than 400 people have already taken our user survey, raising more than £1,200 ($1,700) for Save the Children. 

Please take five minutes to complete our survey and help bump that amount up... 

Graham Charlton

Published 14 May, 2012 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is editor in chief at SaleCycle, and former editor at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin.

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Panos Ladas

Panos Ladas, Digital Marketing Manager at Piece of Cake

We love econsultancy and we love "Save the Children". There is no more to say ;)

over 6 years ago

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