Who Should The Next State of Digital Blogger Be?

Our audience is very important to us and we like to make sure we are delivering content on State of Digital that our readers want to read. Like we did in 2014, in 2015 we will be expanding our blogging team include bloggers from various marketing fields. We want to make sure we get the right variety of people, niches and experience level.

This means we always take big care of who should be blogging for us. Usually we approach the bloggers, not the other way around. But for this once, we want the input of our audience: YOU!

We thought it would be a good idea to ask you who you think would be a great asset to our team. This is your opportunity to tell us who should be writing for State of Digital.

Who do you want to read articles from on State of Digital in 2015?

The rules

We want to avoid people suggesting themselves which is why we are asking for your details on the form so that we can verify blogger suggestions with you. Your details won’t be used for anything other than one of our Editorial Team getting in touch via email to check that you actually recommended the blogger that you did.

Remember: we are not asking for guest posts, we are asking you who should be blogging for us on a regular basis!

The survey contains just five questions so should take no more than a couple of minutes of your time. As I said earlier, we want to make sure we continue to deliver great content for our audience so we do need you to explain why you think your suggested blogger would be a good fit for State of Digital.

We will be leaving the survey to run for a few weeks before manually reviewing each suggestion with the State of Digital Editorial Team and then making our decision over which bloggers will join our team!

The Survey

If you can’t see the survey below, you can click on the link to it here.

About Samantha Noble

Samantha Noble is the Client Strategy Director at Koozai and also heads up the State of Digital team as the Co-Chief Editor working alongside Bas and the rest of the Editorial Team. Samantha setup the Digital Females group back in 2011 and has since run over 15 events for the group.