Our survey says…

You can pull a statistic out of almost anything.

That’s why surveys are such a great way of your brand adding value to a publication.

Ask the Great British public a question, and they love to give a variety of answers.

One of our most successful surveys was the one that led us to reveal that the average user picks up their smartphone 221 times a day.

Sure, sometimes surveys come back and the results are as bland as they come.

And they can’t all be of such comedic value as this one on the US Family Fortunes.

A result of survey from Downtown in Business landed at our office via snail mail earlier this week, and it makes for some interesting reading.

Some of which are particularly relevant to what we’ve got going on at Tecmark right now

  • 43.4% of you will find ‘recruiting the right people’ as the biggest challenge of 2016
  • 49.5% of you think that the economy will grow
  • 84.6% of you think we should stay in the EU
  • 51.9% of you find Twitter your favourite social media platform

While we contemplate the pros and cons of Brexit to the digital industry, why not share with us some of your favourite survey outcomes.

Want to know even more?

Give your content marketing another boost by getting our four free digital marketing ebooks and our weekly content marketing newsletter.

You’ll immediately receive 123 pages of expert insight straight to your inbox.

Yes! Get My Four Free Ebooks Now…



If you enjoyed that article, here are some more you might like:

Latest from Tecmark

When it comes to building a decent website, content really is still king. The key to creating decent copy that not only draws readers to your site, but also gets your brand message across, is to make it compelling. You want to create something that’s actually worth reading – not just a scrambled up splurge […]

While it’s good to have words on your site, but copywriting isn’t just about filling up the page with words and moving on to the next task. There’s so much more to copywriting than hammering the keyboard for eight hours a day. Fulfilling the task requires a lot more than hitting the word count.

Search Engine Optimisation is an ongoing process and in order to get the most out of your results, you need to have a long term strategy in place. On the other hand, almost all new websites can benefit from an SEO boost in their baby stages.