Understanding How You Use This Blog

NOTE: Survey now closed, but feel free to contact me via comments

To enable us to better understand how you use this and many other support related blogs across MSDN and TechNet Ed Jolly has put together a survey.  I would certainly appreciate your time in completing this – so over to Ed!

Greetings Blog Readers,

My name is Ed Jolly, and I am a director in the Commercial Technical Support (CTS) organization at Microsoft. I am here to request a few minutes of your time.

We would like to learn more about blog readership through a brief survey. This is an opportunity for us to better understand what is valuable to you and what you would like to see in the future.

Below is a link that will take you to another website to complete the survey. Based on what we learn, we may request more feedback in future surveys like this.  When you open the survey, you will see a list of blogs that CTS engineers contribute to across many different products. We have not posted a listing of these blogs in the past, and I hope it helps you find other blogs that are helpful to you.

The blog survey is completely anonymous.

· Location: http://www.tsisurveys.com/mssurveys/blog/index.asp Survey now closed!

· Availability:  Until August 22. You may receive a request to complete this survey through multiple RSS feeds. You need only to complete it one time.

· Length: The survey can be a maximum of 11 questions.

· Time: Less than 5 minutes (but providing more information in the open text fields may take a minute or two extra, improving our ability to understand your needs in these blogs).

Thank you in advance for your time, participation and assistance.

Ed Jolly (edjolly@microsoft.com)