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Survey monkey results (36 responses)

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  • 1. This shows that my readers will be mainly aimed at 11-19, with a slight emphasis on the 11-15 age range. The 20-24 age group is a minority and will reflect less on the results, so while I will take into consideration their age group briefly, they will not be a major target age for my magazine.
  • 2. These results show that the responses to my questionnaire will be heavily focused on the female interest. Together with the age groups I can conclude that my magazine will be focused on the interested of girls aged 11-19.
  • 3. Most people who took my survey buy magazines 1-5 times a month – I don’t think this question is very effective, and I didn’t think about it a lot which I should have done. The values are actually kind of ridiculous, and it would have been better if I’d done single units, like 1 times a month, 2 times a month, 3 times a month etc. I feel like this won’t be very useful as the range between 1 and 5 is quite large.
  • 4. Kerrang! is the most popular magazine with the people who took my survey, which is a magazine I have analysed. It is an alternative/rock-based magazine which tells me that this is the music my readers are most likely to be into. I can use the information from my survey to decide on which content to use in my magazine. Alternative Press magazine is another magazine specified very frequently in the ‘other’ category, so if I could get a copy of that then maybe that would be quite useful, too. I don’t know much about it but I know it often includes bands like Paramore, All Time Low and Hey Monday.
  • 5. The results rank the genres of music in the following order – Punk, Rock, Pop, RnB, Hip Hop. Pop punk and alternative frequently come up in the ‘other’ replies, so I will more than likely include these in my magazine. This reinforces the fact that my magazine will be an alternative/rock magazine.
  • 6. This shows that posters are the most popular element with my demographic. I will include this in my magazine. A free CD may be good for every few months, but overall it is not that important to my readers.
  • 7. The majority, around two thirds, of my readers appreciate a simplistic layout, whilst the other third prefer a busy one. I will use a simplistic general theme, but will possibly include a few pages with a busy kind of layout.
  • 8. Overall, an equal split between pictures and text is preferred, though a large portion prefer pictures. I will probably split the magazine between pictures and text equally but with a slight emphasis on pictures.
  • 9. In terms of advertising, this shows that Converse, Vans and Glamour Kills are of main interest for my readers. Features on these brands and possible advertising would be appreciated by the readers. It also gives another insight into which bands I should include in my magazine because these brands often sponsor bands to wear their clothing/shoes.
  • 10. Although gig reviews and lists may be a potential feature for my magazine, it will not be an important part. With the majority of people attending 5 or less gigs a month, I feel that this shows that gig reviews and lists are not a majorly important factor for my readers but still would be a good thing to include.