Herald launches survey to assist local businessesMay 11, 2020
By JUSTIN RUMBACH
Many of the changes in our lives that have taken place since this pandemic started continue to have a significant impact on our community, the economy and local businesses. As both a news and business organization, we wish to learn more from you, our readers, about those changes.
Beginning today, we are partnering with Pulse Research to launch a survey on our homepage at DuboisCountyHerald.com to both learn more about what our readers need from their local newspaper and how their future shopping plans might affect local businesses.
By taking this online survey, you will help us determine the kind of news you are seeking, what’s most important to you right now and what the local paper can do to help. The survey also asks a number of questions about what you plan to buy and shop for in the coming weeks and months. With this information, we can help local businesses better prepare for the future in these uncertain times.
We’re not going to sugar coat it — the survey is lengthy. Set aside at least 20-30 minutes to fully complete all the questions.
You can access the survey from our homepage or go to it directly at www.pulsepoll.com. Once you complete the survey, you will have to chance to enter a drawing for $1,000 from Pulse Research.
We appreciate your responses.
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