How did you learn about this web site?
We were given a card or brochure at diagnosis
Our diabetes team told us
A friend told us
From a search engine
A link from another web site
Read about it somewhere
I don't remember or other
Total votes: 311
How did you learn about this web site?Poll dates: May 7 - 14, 2006
Total Votes: 311
It's always interesting to learn about how people find the Children with Diabetes web site. This is the first time we've asked specifically about how readers first found us.
About one in four report learning about CWD directly from someone else -- either from someone at the hospital where their child was diagnosed, their diabetes team, or a friend. Half learned about CWD from a search engine. About one in eight (13%) don't remember.
If you'd like to share CWD with your friends or support group, we offer free CWD Brochures, URL Cards, Friends for Life conference brochures, and Quilt for Life flyers.
Note: A technical problem with the poll processing system resulted in votes after Wednesday not being counted.
Last Updated: Sunday May 14, 2006 13:26:38
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