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Poll: Room for Improvement

As the year winds to a close, I tend to evaluate the things we’ve done well over the past year and the things I hope to improve upon in the next. It seems that for every home run we’ve had throughout the year, I have two things that desperately need improvement going forward.

MediaSalt and our audience continues to grow, and we would love to hear from you to know what we could help you with and what you would like to hear more about on this blog. Please take a few seconds to fill out this poll (multiple times if you like) and let us know where you would like to improve you efforts going into the new year.

Have a suggestion or strategy not listed on the poll above? Let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear more about your game plan, and might interview you to see where you feel like God is taking your ministry. We can learn a lot from each other!

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  1. Andy Darnell (Reply) on December 7th, 2009

    Interesting. I would have figured general communication problems was only an issue that my church has :)

    In all reality, the bullet that I wanted to check but was not available was the “We need better communication that allows a unified approach to marketing and creative. We need more than one person trying to do all the creative even though he is not a “creative” but more of a project manager. We need people to respect brand identity. We need to learn about demographics of our community. We need to do all of this before we embark on a new website with the same boring information that we’ve always had. We need to embrace the social media side of web. We need to put more thought towards upcoming events and not wait till a week before to do so.”

    If you decide to add that bullet, Eric, I am all over it.

  2. Eric Murrell (Reply) on December 7th, 2009

    How about an option that simply says “We need to plan ahead.” :-)

    I feel your pain; we’re hoping to staff up eventually to help me address some of these needs. As for now, I wear many different hats (and it sounds like you do the same).

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