The Global Blogging Survey 2015 is the second annual survey to be published by blogger outreach and influencer service Bloggers Required. There were over 500 respondents to the research request, which took the form of an online survey in Q4 2015. Respondents included bloggers within all verticals, such as fashion and beauty, parenting and travel. The survey was open to bloggers from all geographic territories, with the majority of respondents residing in the UK, Europe and North America.
Some of the 29 questions answered within the blogging survey include:
How do you monetise your blog?
Has payment or incentive ever distracted you from your blogging niche?
Do you always let your readers know if you have been paid or incentivized to write a post?
Do you always let your social followers know if you have been paid or incentivised to promote social
Are you aware of publishing and promotional guidelines in your country?
How often do you check your blog analytics?
How much would you normally charge for a sponsored article?
The results of the Global Blogging Survey 2015 can be downloaded from globalbloggingsurvey.bloggersrequired.com
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