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If you are marketing to developers, you need to understand your audience. We can help you by understanding ours. Get the skinny on who our audience is from the March 2018 Developer Media Audience Profile—gathered for you by Evans Data Corporation, one of the most trusted research organizations in our industry. In the profile, we serve up the latest data about our greatest assets—the developers who make up the developer-to-developer (D2D) communities we reach. If you not only want to know who they are but also what tools and technologies they are planning for, click here to receive your copy.
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- Which industries our developer audience represents
- How many developers in our audience influence purchases
- How these developers are preparing for a future with Blockchain, IoT, and more
This is the second annual user survey that Evans Data has provided to Developer Media, and while we see many similarities from last year, there are some changes as well. One thing that hasn’t changed is our audience’s responsiveness. Over the course of about three weeks of fielding, we received a total of 735 responses. This robust response shows that these developers know and trust us, and value the survey enough to take time from their workday to help. Evans Data Corporation tells us this is not the case with all developer websites. As a result, this sample size provides a margin of error of 3.6%, at 95% confidence level. Download the results of the survey.
About Evans Data Corporation
Evans Data Corporation (EDC) was created in 1998 to fill the demand for market research, market intelligence, insight, and strategic planning for the Information Technology (IT) and software development communities. EDC’s research focus and global developer panel (representing 80 countries) have placed us in a unique position to truly understand emerging areas of development, technology plans and adoption, platform and device targets, and the impacts of these on product plans and developer relations programs, partners and ecosystems. EDC’s services include syndicated biannual and tactical primary research-based reports and custom research that includes surveys, focus groups, inquiry, competitive/benchmarking analysis, and overall developer relations program consultation.
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