Courier readers are being invited to voice their opinions about the paper – by joining a special survey panel.
Our online Reader Panel, in partnership with Research and Analysis of Media (RAM), also gives participants the chance to win money.
Editor Richard Neville said: “It is really important that we understand what readers and advertisers think of The Courier and its content.
“We are constantly canvassing opinion on the stories, features and supplements we produce and the more voices we hear the better.
“All readers need to do to have their say is join up to the Reader Panel.
“It really couldn’t be easier and your voice will be heard.”
People signing up to our online Reader Panel can have their say on a variety of exclusive content and, with The Courier celebrating its 200th birthday, there is no better time to make your views known and your opinions count.
That way, we can ensure we continue to deliver the same high standard of journalism for the next two centuries.
Those joining the exclusive group will be sent an email directing them to our brief online surveys.
You don’t have to be an expert, you just need to be a reasonably regular reader who enjoys offering their opinions on anything and everything – news, features, homes, motoring, advertisement. You name it, we want to hear about it.
If you don’t read the print edition regularly but read our website we also want to hear from you.
People who sign up for the panel will be entered into a draw for one of three £50 cash prizes.
It’s easy for people to join. Just go to bit.ly/joinreaderpanel and fill out a short form.
Details will only be used to ask for a reader’s participation in research.