Ronni Bennet, who writes a blog called “Time Goes By,” refers to any blogger over 50 as an “elderblogger.” She is conducting a survey of elderbloggers.
The goal is to find out what elderbloggers are like, how we may be similar and how we are different, how we relate to technology, how we came to be bloggers or blog readers, how we feel about it and what our demographics are.
There are 57 questions, many of which are required so that there is the largest possible population from which to draw conclusions. They are straightforward questions, mostly multiple-choice, and it shouldn’t take longer than about 15 minutes to complete.
NOTA BENE: This survey is for elderbloggers and elder blog readers who do not keep blogs. Readers and commenters are as important as bloggers to the elderblogging community and help equally to make it as lively and compelling as it is.
Although she’s surely not going to get a random sample, a large number of respondents will help make the results more likely to represent the population. I chipped in and completed the survey. If you qualify, you can contribute to the sample by completing it, too. Follow this link or click on the badge at the beginning of this post.