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  • 1.
  • 2. 2) How old are you?
    Three quarters of my respondents were between the ages of 15 years and 18 years. This means that the result I get will be valid for the selected target audience I had initially planned. So any decisions I make due to these results should reflect what they like and dislike.
  • 3. 3) What is your favourite genre of music?
    This chart shows that a high amount of people are fans of pop rock. This will help me to make decisions about my pop-rock magazine as I will already have some idea of what pop rock fans like and dislike.
  • 4. 4) Who is your favourite pop-rock artist?
    This graph could show that there are quite a few pop rock artists of which are all in very close competition with each other. I could get ideas for stories from this.
  • 5. 5) How often do you buy your favourite music magazine?
    The majority of the respondents buy their favourite music magazine weekly. This gives me a good idea of how often I should bring out each different issue in order for it to sell well.
  • 6. 6) What is your ideal price range for a music magazine?
    A very high percentage of respondents said that their ideal price range is £2 to £3, this suggests that if I sell my magazine in between those prices customers will see it as a reasonable price to pay.
  • 7. 7) What is the ideal number of pages in a magazine?
    This graph gives a range of answers. The answer which was selected the most was 80-90 pages. However, other popular answers were 60-70 pages and 40-50 pages. There is quite a difference so I would have to do more search to give me a more fair idea.
  • 8. 8) What do you look at first on the contents page?
    From this graph, I can gather that the feature articles are a very important aspect of the contents page and magazine. Therefore, when planning my contents I should take great care and time in choosing the feature articles. The editors letter appears to be quite an important piece also.
  • 9. 9) What colours do you associate with pop-rock?
    From this pie chart I can see that there is a wide variety of colours that people would associate with the genre pop rock. To choose my colour scheme, I will choose the three most popular colours, but I will ensure that they match well and do not clash.
  • 10. 11) What don’t you like about current music magazines?
    The graph shows that the main problem people face with music magazines today is the price. I am assuming that they feel the price is too high, as of this I will be very careful when selecting the price for my magazine.
  • 11. 12) Would a free gift make you want to buy a magazine?
    This pie chart shows that nearly three quarters of my respondents said that a free gift would encourager them to buy a magazine. This shows me that a free gift in my magazine is a good way to pull in my target audience.