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Your opinion matters to us at The Sunday Post – share yours and you could win money

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Do you have an opinion that you want to share? And do you want that opinion to influence important decisions about your favourite Sunday newspaper? If so, we would like to invite you to apply to join our Sunday Post reader panel.

As a member of the panel, not only will your views on the news and features content in The Sunday Post help shape the future of the paper, you will also be entered into a monthly prize draw. Each month, one panellist will win £200 and two runners up will scoop £25 each.

How does it work?

We, at The Sunday Post, value our content and our readers so we have partnered with Research & Analysis of Media UK (RAM) to create online research panels. The surveys ask for our readers’ opinions on editorial and advertising content in our newspaper, magazine and website.

Once you sign up to the RAM panel, survey for money, as a panellist you will be sent online surveys to complete, which will ask what you thought about stories and features, as well as about your awareness of advertisements in the pages of your Sunday Post.

You opinions and views will then be taken on board by decision makers at The Sunday Post.

What is it like being a member of The Sunday Post reader panel?

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Join the panel and fill out an online survey, and you could win £200

Some current members of the reader panel have expressed their enjoyment about being part of the discussions, and encourage others to join because “the bigger cross section of the public, the better the spread of views:

One panellist, whose family has been Sunday Post readers for five decades, said: “I enjoy being on The Sunday Post Panel. My family started buying The Sunday Post in the 1970s. The surveys are varied fascinating and enjoyable. I like sharing my views on all sorts of subjects.”

A second panel member agreed that it is enjoyable, and added:

The varied subjects we are asked to comment on are interesting and often bring up long forgotten memories from the past. Topical subjects from the present too.”

Another said: “I am very happy to participate in these surveys. I enjoy taking part in the surveys as it makes me think about how others would look at things.”

Give your opinion in surveys for money: how do I sign up?

Take part and give your opinion in surveys for money, and potentially influence editorial and advertising decisions.

And be quick, as the first 100 readers to sign up to the panel will receive a FREE packet of seeds (worth £3.99) courtesy of You Garden.

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Be the first 100 to sign up, you will receive a free packet of seeds