Want to get a few things off your chest in regards to the Washington Post? Like how annoying their so-called website navigation is or the lack of actual gossip in their newspaper? Or, how about complimenting them for their political features, Carolyn Hax, Date Lab or how filthy minded Gene Weingarten can be? Well now is your chance. They’re offering readers an opportunity to be on an “Advisory Panel” who occasionally give them feedback on the newspaper, website and other features they try to sell you.
Somehow we don’t think they’re letting us on the panel.
See the introductory letter…and their big promises of never selling your email address or spamming you.
Dear washingtonpost.com reader,
Thank you for reading The Washington Post. We would like to offer you the opportunity to join our Advisory Panel of users who periodically give us feedback via email surveys about our newspaper, web site and various features and products that we are developing.
The sole purpose of The Washington Post Advisory Panel is to help us better understand and serve our consumers. Information you provide will be used for research purposes only. Your email address or responses will never be sold. You will never be spammed or solicited for commercial purposes as a result of your participation in the Panel. You can choose to opt out of the Panel at any time.
To become a Panel member, you will need to fill out an introductory questionnaire by clicking on the link below. The questionnaire should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete.
Follow this link to the Survey:
Take the Survey
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:
Thank you again for reading The Washington Post and for your participation in our research program.
The Washington Post
Research and Analytics
1150 15th Street NW
Washington DC 20071