If You're a Reader but Not a Subscriber, We'd Love to Chat with You

We’re organising a focus group of people who read Dublin Inquirer but don’t subscribe, so we can learn more about the reasons for that and find ways to get more people to subscribe, whether that’s by reporting on additional topics people want to hear more about, or changing our pricing/subscription offerings, or whatever.

Don’t worry, we’re not going to judge you, we read news from many more websites than we subscribe to ourselves, and we’re not looking to give you the hard sell to try to make you subscribe, or anything like that. We’re just looking to learn from you, so we can do better.

If you’re willing to help with this, please fill out this short survey to tell us a little about yourself. We want to get a mix of all kinds of people from all over the city, so that’s why we’re asking you these questions. We won’t share the information with anyone.

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Sam Tranum: Sam Tranum is co-founder of Dublin Inquirer. You can reach him at [email protected]

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