International Bon Vivant and Raconteur (nick_kaufmann) wrote,
International Bon Vivant and Raconteur
nick_kaufmann

A Poll! A Poll!

Because my topic of discussion as guest speaker for this Saturday's meeting of the Garden State Horror Writers is "Using Your Blog to Build an Audience," I thought I'd get some feedback from you, my faithful blog readers, in preparation. And what better way to get feedback than through a handy poll!

Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out. I really appreciate it. And please feel free to answer honestly. Don't be afraid to tell me you haven't read my work or anything like that. I'm not looking for a pity party, I just want the facts so I can present them as accurately as possible to the GSHW.

And now, on to the poll!

Poll #1167852 Testing the Power of the Internet!

How do you know me?

I know you primarily through LiveJournal.
31(64.6%)
I knew you personally or was a fan of your work before I started reading your blog.
17(35.4%)

General Slocum's Gold

I bought/read GSG because of your blog (including, but not limited to, the reviews of GSG posted here).
6(12.8%)
I bought/read GSG because I was already familiar with you/your work. The blog did not affect my decision.
12(25.5%)
I bought/read GSG based solely on buzz generated outside your blog.
3(6.4%)
I read your blog but did not buy/read GSG.
26(55.3%)

My Favorite Part of Your Blog Is...

Hearing about your writing career.
0(0.0%)
Listening to you go off on bad publishers, stupid writers, faux literary movements, etc.
3(6.2%)
Your reviews of books, movies and/or music.
0(0.0%)
Your TV Nerd entries.
0(0.0%)
Your comments on current events, such as news items and politics.
1(2.1%)
All the dorky sci-fi/horror stuff.
1(2.1%)
Just your personality in general.
15(31.2%)
Other (add in comments)
0(0.0%)
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