How can we make SAS blogs better? Take the survey

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Remember when the SAS blogs looked like this?

How long have you been reading SAS blogs? And do you have thoughts on how we can improve them?

In 2007, we launched the SAS blog program with just one blog and a handful of bloggers. Today, we have more than 30 blogs and hundreds of active bloggers. As we continue to grow, we want to make sure it's still easy for you to find the content you need to become better SAS users and analytical leaders.

That's why we're asking for your input in this survey about the SAS blog program. It should take about 10 minutes to complete, and it gives you an opportunity to tell us what you want to see and do on the SAS blogs.

Whether you read every post via RSS or just check in occasionally to read a few updates from your favorite blogger, we want to hear your thoughts. Think about what you've seen on other blog sites, and what you want to see more of on our blogs - and let us know.

Take the SAS blog survey now, and share it with your colleagues.

(Note: Our Web team is conducting another survey that is designed to collect feedback about your overall goals when visiting SAS Web sites. These are two separate projects, but you're welcome to participate in both.)


About Author

Alison Bolen

Editor of Blogs and Social Content

+Alison Bolen is an editor at SAS, where she writes and edits content about analytics and emerging topics. Since starting at SAS in 1999, Alison has edited print publications, Web sites, e-newsletters, customer success stories and blogs. She has a bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism from Ohio University and a master’s degree in technical writing from North Carolina State University.

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