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EE Podcast Survey Results & Listener Mailbag

Jul 25, 2012

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EE Podcast

While I was on vacation (a fantastic vacation), a new episode of the EE Podcast hit the interwebs.

In episode 73, Lea and I share the results of our listener survey, and talk about the process of putting the survey together and analyzing the results. We also answer questions our listeners submitted via email and Twitter.

Episode #73

For Listener Mailbag, we talk about the overwhelming response we received for our listener survey, which prompted us to hire professionals to help make some sense of all the data. We talk about listeners' top-rated episodes, what listeners want to hear in the future and even who our audience is. Lea and I also discuss our plans for making some changes to the podcast format in response to listeners' feedback.

In addition to the survey results, I share my experience using an EE add-on for the survey, as well as our ultimate decision to go with Wufoo.

Have a listen yourself!

Stay Tuned!

For our next episode, Lea and I talk with Jon Longnecker and Nate Croft of FortySeven Media about building a membership site with ExpressionEngine.

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