SNEWS FAQ: Speak your mind in Reader Mini-Surveys
SNEWS® wants to hear what you think. In a regular Reader Poll our subscribers can share their opinion (anonymously, of course) … week after week after week -- and immediately see how their opinion stacks up to others.
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SNEWS® wants to hear what you think.
In a regular Reader Poll our subscribers can share their opinion (anonymously, of course) … week after week after week — and immediately see how their opinion stacks up to others.
To find this gem, scroll down on the home page and on the lower right you’ll see just that “Reader Poll” with a box with the current question. They change quite frequently so make it a habit to take a peek and voice your mind. They are always very short — just a question or two — so it only takes a second. And you can click where it says “See results from our previous polls” to do just that.
Past surveys have asked about whether your customers care about the “greenness” of a product, if social networking is beneficial to your business, and what is being done by retailers and for retailers to survive the economy.
Click here to go directly to the polls.
Other things you can do on SNEWS? Here’s a sampling:
>> List yourself or your company in our Industry Directory of professionals by category. Click here to apply to be added. (We approve all listings before they go live); click here to see our growing directory.
>> Offer an essay or story — inspirational, fun, quirky or whatever — for our occasional Reader Vibe column. Just email ReaderVibe@snewsnet.com with your story or idea.
>> Put up a classified ad as a seeker or employer.
>> Save your top stories in your own My SNEWS favorites “Save This” folder (All Access Subscriber exclusive).
>> Post your own press releases to go live in the section “Industry News Releases” with headlines going out with our news (All Access Subscribers exclusive).
>> Get involved in Chats with other SNEWS subscribers about a story or an industry issue.
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