Your readers love reading the RESULTS of relevant SURVEYS you’ve conducted in your niche. Give it to them in your next set of articles.
Why articles that include the results of surveys are valuable:
- You are delivering the result of most likely hours/days or weeks of research.
- You are summarizing mountains of data into a less than 1,000 word summary.
- You are helping your reader to key into which numbers in the results are important and why.
- You are identifying how to evaluate the results…ie: What does it mean for their business.
Most surveys you produce will most likely produce too much data for just one article and that’s the beauty of why a single survey result can help you easily produce a series of 2-15 articles.
Some examples of existing EzineArticles written that give survey results:
- Women and Travel: Survey Results Reveal Trends and Preferences by Debra Asberry
- What Makes a Manager a Bad Boss-Survey Results by L. John Mason
- 5 Ways Customer Service Mangers are Implementing to Increase Customer Focus by Vera Haitayan
- How Managers Can Help Retain Their Best Employees by Susan Cullen
- The State of Customer Service or Disservice in the U.S.–Awesome, Adequate or Abysmal? by Glenn Ebersole
Word of Caution:
It’s better to share the survey results from surveys YOU HAVE DONE personally or YOUR COMPANY has done. Never share the results of surveys that came from proprietary information you had to pay for. I recommend never writing articles that use the basis of someone else’s survey results as the basis of your article(s).
Have you ever written articles to deliver the insights from a survey result you’ve done?