Got 30 Seconds? Help Us Improve Our Website!

Take a half-minute to answer ten quick questions, and we’ll return the favor with a new and improved website in 2011.

In 2010, Next American City saw its web traffic triple. Our mission is to help as many people as possible find ways to make their cities better, so we’re very grateful to the writers, reporters and photographers who have made our site a must-visit destination for urbanists around the world. But we’re especially thankful for our readers, a passionate, informed group obviously committed to improving urban life.

We are spending the final weeks of 2010 working on an overhaul of our site, and your input will be extremely helpful. We want to know what you like about the site, what you don’t like, what content you’d like to see more of and which new features would help you as you work to make your city better and connect to other like-minded users.

Please take the survey here. It’s anonymous and all responses are confidential.

Thanks!

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