Opinion

The journal’s team at Redactive respond.

08 February 2019

Why is it crucial that members find the time to complete the CP readership survey? The journal’s team at Redactive respond.

Dec jan 2018

Jo Marsh
Jo Marsh

Director

Thank you to those who’ve already taken the time to participate in the latest readership survey about Community Practitioner. If you haven’t yet, then please take a moment to respond. Your answers to these questions will be used to help develop the brand and identify areas you think may benefit from improvement. You do not have to answer all the questions, but the more answers you provide, the more robust our survey. We would like to broaden the range of advertising in Community Practitioner and exhibitors at Unite-CPHVA events like the annual professional conference. With your feedback and insight, we can approach new brands to increase the diversity of advertisers in the title. Your answers will be treated in strict confidence, but they are necessary to help provide key information to attract a wider commercial market to help sustain the viability of these CPHVA member benefits. Thank you for your help and good luck in the prize draw.

 

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Nicholas Daley

Senior designer

Taking part in the online readership survey is very important. Your feedback helps to shape 
the way your journal looks. Your answers ensure that the content is always visually engaging, with interesting imagery and colours, as well as layout designs that are easy to navigate and that simplifies the complex language of data and sensitive topics into an understandable format.  
 

 

 

Emma Godfrey
Emma Godfrey

Managing editor

There’s just under three weeks left to take part in the journal’s readership survey and I would like to urge as many of you as possible to take a few moments to respond. I understand how busy you all are and that we’re asking you to complete yet another questionnaire, but your input is invaluable. We’ve made some changes to the journal since the last survey and we want to know what you think. The research now consists of shorter summaries with the full version online for example – a change you were keen for us to make in the last survey. If you think we should be doing it differently, we’d like to know. The design of the journal has changed, even the size – all improvements we’ve made with you in mind and to enhance your reading experience. If we are getting right, or we’re not, we want your thoughts. And you could be in with the chance of winning one of two £50 M&S vouchers - just a small thanks for your time. I look forward to reading your opinions.

 

Aviva Attias
Aviva Attias

Deputy editor

As you know, we gave Community Practitioner a bit of a makeover this time last year. The aim was to keep providing all the content you enjoyed, but in clearer sections, with a greater focus on practice, plus more member voices and some brand new formats. We’ve had lots of positive feedback so far, but we want to ensure your professional journal continues to serve both your personal and professional needs in the best way it can. So your feedback is vital. While you can get in touch at any point, we have crafted a number of questions to cover all aspects of the journal in our readership survey. Please take a few moments out of your busy schedules to let us know what you think. We look forward to hearing your thoughts, as always.


To take part in the survey, visit bit.ly/CP_survey_2019 The deadline is 28 February.

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