We’re now hosting our first-ever reader survey and if you’re interested in participating, you could win a Microsoft Surface Go.
This is the type of thing we’ve done in the past over at Thurrott.com’s sister site, Petri. In fact, we’re offering a similar survey there now as well. But with the world changing as fast as it is these days, we decided we need to take a step back and see where we’re at from a content perspective here on Thurrott.com.
It used to be easier.
When I first started writing professionally in the mid-1990’s, Microsoft wasn’t just the center of personal technology, it was personal technology. And so I wrote about Microsoft and Microsoft-adjacent products and services. But in recent years, of course, things have changed. And personal technology is today a more heterogeneous thing, with Apple, Google, Samsung, and many smaller companies all vying for their share.
As such, the content on Thurrott.com has evolved to meet the expanding needs of our readers. Yes, I still approach the world with my Microsoft background as perspective, as I think many readers do. But we need to branch out, and we have. The goal with this survey is to make sure we’re doing that in a way that best meets the needs of our readers.
So here goes nothing.
You can find the 1st annual Thurrott.com Reader Survey here. It should take 5-7 minutes to complete, and it will be available through September 2. The Surface Go winner will be announced here on September 14.