Question to Readers About Content

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Two things:
First, I’ve recently discovered an interesting little widget that allows readers (and presumably passersby) to make suggestions for content. I’m down for it, but I would like your opinions on the matter. The widget is called Skribit and allows for anonymous suggestions and should be relatively unobtrusive.

Would you use it to make suggestions for content?

Second, are you satisfied with the content on WISB? What could you do without? What do you come here for? Your opinions are welcome. Criticism is good. I want to improve as a blogger and I can’t do that without your thoughts!

Thanks!

About the Author:

Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

8 thoughts on “Question to Readers About Content

  1. You know, it’s interesting. I started this blog doing a fantasy blog novel and yet I talk more about science fiction than I do about the genre most people know I’ve written…I should definitely talk more about fantasy.

  2. I checked it out: it doesn’t look promising.

    Mainly: write your heart out and get a big following. Eventually, folks will email you, use your contact page, or comment when they have peculiar ideas for articles.

  3. Okay, so one against, one indifferent. Anyone else have an opinion? Mostly I think it would be useful for suggesting links and stuff happening in the SF/F community. I don’t always find out about all the things going on (at least not until they’ve become old news).

  4. Hmpf … I'm with indifferent πŸ™‚ Try it and see what response you get. Honestly, it may work or may not. I do know that some readers & passer-byers dislike leaving comments but my leave something in the contect recomendations.

    So continue writing your heart out & yes more fantasy included with the sci-fi, movie reviews, and life in general πŸ™‚

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