So what do the numbers say?: A report on CQ's SURVEY

Horrigan, Kristin
January 2006
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p9
The article reports on a survey conducted by the "Contact Quarterly." With this survey, which was conducted in December 2004, it aimed to learn more about who its readers are, what they looked for, and how they interacted with the Internet. This information was gathered in order to serve better the readership of the quarterly and also to collect ideas about how to attract more readers, and to assess what its relationship to the web might be. One of the findings of the survey was that the "Contact Quarterly" website is visited by very few people. Another finding was that interest was shown by many people in seeing more specific teaching material in the quarterly.


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