Reader Feedback

reader feedback

This is your chance to help me create my blog, a chance for you to offer some advice about what you read and don’t read on blogs.  So feel free to share advice and/or answer the following questions, either in the comments below or via e-mail Contact Me

How often do you prefer blogs to post?  (every day, once a week, fortnightly, other)

I have heard that blog comments are no longer a popular way of interacting. Do you still comment on blogs? Why or why not? If not how do you prefer to interact with a blogger?

I am thinking of writing an occasional film review, and of course book reviews, would this work or should the blog roll be kept to disruption and professional supervision?

What proportion of my personal journey to wrestling with ideas do you prefer to read?

Any other thoughts that would help me form a blog that gets read? What are you struggling with? What do you like to read about?

 

thanks for helping

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2 thoughts on “Reader Feedback

  1. How often do you prefer blogs to post? A few days a week.

    I have heard that blog comments are no longer a popular way of interacting. Do you still comment on blogs? Yes I do.

    Why or why not? Because I can voice my opinions with others.

    If not how do you prefer to interact with a blogger?

    I am thinking of writing an occasional film review, and of course book reviews, would this work or should the blog roll be kept to disruption and professional supervision? Film, books and music reviews please!!!

    What proportion of my personal journey to wrestling with ideas do you prefer to read? As much as you would like to share

    Any other thoughts that would help me form a blog that gets read? Can’t think of anything right now.

    What are you struggling with? Life in general. Is that too vague?

    What do you like to read about? Lifestyle and Tips posts.

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  2. I think I’ll follow Gabriel’s lead, and do a fill in the blanks 🙂

    How often do you prefer blogs to post? (every day, once a week, fortnightly, other): For me, it really depends on the content. Once a week/fortnight might be good once you are more established and have worked a lot of ideas out, but 2-4 x a week/as you have good ideas might be good at present? I’ve read each of your posts the last couple of weeks quite comfortably, though if you are wanting interaction, maybe fewer or just more pointed/shorter. Depends on each post’s aim, perhaps?

    I have heard that blog comments are no longer a popular way of interacting. Do you still comment on blogs? Why or why not? If not how do you prefer to interact with a blogger? : I’ve sensed that too. I don’t read many blogs as blogs – I usually interact with particular posts as ‘articles’ (and then any interaction takes place on my FB feed) . The main reason for that is audience though. I enjoy having interactions with people who are invested in the content and person(s) involved, where more anonymous comment threads can get nasty or boring (not enough willingness to be open and actually be part of the conversation).

    I am thinking of writing an occasional film review, and of course book reviews, would this work or should the blog roll be kept to disruption and professional supervision?: I think this can be anything you’d like it to! Part of being a supervisor/coach etc is that you are a good deal of your ‘brand’. ‘Professional’ easily encompasses analyses of popular/fringe culture here because it is all presenting your lens and perspective(s) on the world and what’s happening. Drawing our attention to particular trends, opportunities, or opening questions could be very helpful if framed in this way for the blog.

    What proportion of my personal journey to wrestling with ideas do you prefer to read?: I personally am really interested. Perhaps ‘professionally’ you could post things that have at least one component that is feeling solid-ish in your mind (even if that thing is a question). That way it’s still an offering as much as an opening.

    Any other thoughts that would help me form a blog that gets read? What are you struggling with? What do you like to read about?: A blog that is readable probably needs to focus on one main point/question per post (or longer ones followed by shorter ones – if you wanted 2-4 types of post, perhaps a thinking type of post, question type post, review type post, event type post?) as that makes it shareable across forums. I would love to hear about the thinkers/questions/observations you are coming across/having in the process of looking at mission/ministry/life/culture/practice etc. Also any things you are stuck on etc. Authenticity is key for me 😉

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