Calling all bloggers!

[tweetmeme]I’m giving a talk in Feb at the Emap Construction Marketing Pre-Conference Training Day on the value of blogging in the architecture/construction sector,  click here for more.

I’d love to present some real life case studies and wondered if any of you that publish a blog would help me out by completing this quick survey.

For those that follow my colleague, and now friend, @subutcher, you’ll have seen a Twitter survey from her in a similar vein to this. If you’ve filled out her survey already, would you mind spending a little more time helping me out with my survey on blogging?

If you’re happy for me to show it in the presentation it, of course, means you might get some lovely exposure for your business in front of a great UK architecture/construction audience (which includes key journo’s and bloggers). But if you’d rather remain anonymous, I will keep your comments to myself.

I will, naturally, blog about the results here. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments section.

And to all those that contribute, thanks so much. Really appreciate it.

(If you haven’t filled out Su’s twitter survey and don’t mind helping out with that too, the link is here. Thanks)


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  1. Jason says:

    I recommend A blog the mixes Politics, architecture, fashion, design and crazy things. She is an Architect, interior designer and does marketing for an international architecture firm.

    I’m the_architect on Twitter. You stopped following me for some reason.


  2. Su Butcher says:

    Thanks for the links Gemma, have just completed your survey (its shorter than mine 😉

  3. Gemma Went says:

    Oh Jason, I’m sorry. That wasn’t a conscious decision, I regularly check my following list and unfollow inactive profiles, or those that aren’t entirely relevant to my strategy. Clearly that is NOT you, so you might have been culled in a bulk unfollow session by mistake. Ive now sent a new request 🙂

    Thanks for filling in the survey and recommending this blog, will definitely get in touch.

  4. Gemma Went says:

    Yeah, I thought I’d make it quick and easy for everyone. Cheers Su.

  5. Sean O'Hara says:

    I filled in your survey. I think the main tricks for success are writing on something that you enjoy talking about and can regularly write about and be patient. The traffic does come and then the phone calls and then the projects.

  6. Gemma Went says:

    Thanks very much Sean 🙂

  7. Gemma Went says:

    Thanks Paul, you make some great points

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