Asking for Feedback

I'm asking for your input.I have been thinking about what I need to do to make Write Right better. It’s more of an obsession. I’m always thinking about what I need to do next. I’m constantly pondering which project needs to be completed first and how to implement some of those projects, such as downloadable PDFs or podcasting.

I’ve decided, though, that I need to ask you, my readers, for your input. This site isn’t for my benefit alone. My business surely isn’t for my benefit only. It exists to help you and other people who want to become better communicators, who want to find new ways to tell and share stories and information.

I have two areas in which I’d like to ask for feedback. They are the e-letters and the Write Right community. I’m including some of my thoughts and questions below.

  • The e-letters. I’ve been tinkering and tinkering with the e-letters and would like to know what you think of the current format. If you aren’t receiving the e-letter currently, you can subscribe via the e-letter link found in the right-hand menu (underneath the big, impossible-to-miss, blue box). I send the e-letters once per month unless I send a special update, such as the website launch one a few months ago. Are the e-letters too short? Too long? Too generic? Too specific? Too something else?
  • The Write Right community. I know it takes time to build a community, but I want everyone to know that comments are welcome. No, I don’t write for comments, but I do appreciate them. I want to know what you’re thinking in response to what I’ve written. How can I encourage that communication and conversation?

The floor is now open. May the critique and growth begin.