It’s been a couple of years since we last asked you all about what you enjoy most (and least) about the Moz Blog, and to say our company and our industry had changed in those couple of years would be an enormous understatement.
Here at Moz, we launched Keyword Explorer, rebuilt our Site Crawl, and made a strategic shift to refocus on our core strength of SEO. We added features to Moz Local, too, emphasizing the importance of local SEO to all businesses with a physical presence.
You get the idea.
With so much having changed, we wanted to be sure we’re still living up to the high standards we set for this blog, and that we’re still providing as valuable an experience as we can for you all. That’s where you come in today.
If you’ve got time, please consider going through the survey below, which asks about who you are, what challenges you face, and what you’d like to see more of on the Moz Blog.
We’ll publish the results along with our takeaways in a few weeks, and will use them to guide our work going forward. From all of us at Moz, thanks in advance for your time!
(If the embedded survey isn’t showing up properly below, click here to take it in a new tab.)
About Trevor-Klein —
Trevor is the content manager at Moz. He manages the Content team, which works to blend Moz’s rich history of educational content with an increasingly diverse and multi-faceted suite of marketing software. That work involves finding and reaching our products’ target audiences in ways that offer value and encourage brand affinity. In addition to supporting and championing the team, Trevor works to research and set appropriate KPIs and metrics for our content’s success, tracking, analyzing, and reporting on that success as the goals of the company evolve over time.