Take Metro Parent’s 2022 Reader Survey

Take Metro Parent’s reader survey to help us provide southeast Michigan parents like you with the best content and information. You could win $250!

We here at Metro Parent work hard to provide local families with the most inspiring local stories, informative parenting advice, awesome things to do around town and more.

But what we love most is connecting with you — and finding out what you want! That’s why, every year, we reach out to see what you think of how we’re doing on our website and social media, and in our magazine and newsletters.

Our annual reader survey is the perfect way to share your thoughts directly with us. Answering this survey also helps us create the quality content and resources you’re looking for. Did we mention it only takes 10 minutes — and you’ll be entered to win $250? We value your thoughts and your time!

Just scroll down to answer 22 easy questions and tell us a bit about yourself — and let us know what you think of our current content.

It’s totally anonymous, too — that’s because the survey is run by the Circulation Verification Council (CVC), an independent, third-party reporting audit company. They respect your privacy just as much as we do. 

We look forward to hearing what you think, and thank you for being part of the Metro Parent community!


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11 COMMENTS

  1. Great magazine, but hate having to click on the minimal—if any—description and hyperlinks within the e-mail, to then be rerouted. Rather, keep it all in the e-mail. If that’s not possible or too difficult, then compromise and add more descriptions about the stories in the e-mail itself so we may decide if it’s worth the click. Working parents in and outside the home don’t have time to gamble whether the content will suit us. You’ll see an uptick in readership this way.

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