I Need Your Feedback

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Its that time again where I have to ask you, the readers, what is it you would like me to write about on this blog? So far, it looks like the majority of you enjoy posts that highlight new icon packs. Even the posts that deal with vector based graphics or logos appear to be a hit. I’ve also noticed that you folks seem to enjoy WordPress related material as well.

What would you like me to write about? Do you want more WordPress news? How about more WordPress plugin or theme reviews? Do you think I should not change anything and keep writing about the stuff I already cover? Should I continue to review web 2.0 sites and services, or should I review other things such as actual software? Do you enjoy the short articles, or the in depth longer ones? If I started a WordPress based podcast, would you tune in and listen? Do you enjoy the interviews I have posted and would like to continue to see me publish interviews?

These are just some of the questions that are on the top of my mind right now. I know this is a blog about stuff, but I’d really like to know what you 150 or so RSS subscribers and regular visitors would like to see more of on this blog. As the year comes to a close, I’d like to start off the new year with at least a little more of a focus on what I should be blogging about. Of course, I’ll still blog about personal experiences, the jokes, comics, and what have you, but I’m interested in what sort of content you’re interested in.

Your feedback is incredibly valuable to me.

3 thoughts on “I Need Your Feedback

  1. I want to read what you are interested in. Write it for you not for the masses or search engines. I subscribe because of your view of the world.

    If I wanted to read what I want then I would write my own blog…oh right I do.

  2. You know, there are hundreds of web-services and only a little part of them is really useful for users. Some time ago I used to write about Twitter and its clones, but I understood that if people even use Twitter, they will not switch to Yappd or something like that. Today I read in one Ukrainian blog something like that: when you find out about some new web-service, you just register there, taking a nice nickname, play with it and forget about it :-) . I thing it would be great to blog about some tips and tricks in popular web-services, social network, news about upgrading and so on, and, of course, not forget about “fresh meat” in Web 2.0.

    P.S. Previous answer (by LGR) is totally right, because blog is personal thing and people read your blog, because they like what you write.

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