Why do you read my blog? How often do you read it?

September 11, 2017 by Joshua
in Blog

Hello daily readers,

I haven’t asked you in a while about your thoughts and feelings about the blog.

I’d love to hear from you. Do you mind responding by email or in the comments below:

  • Why do you read my blog?
  • What do you like and want more of?
  • What do you dislike and want less of?
  • Any advice to improve it?
  • Anything I didn’t think to ask?

I expect your time is valuable, so I appreciate your sharing. Thank you,

Josh

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4 responses on “Why do you read my blog? How often do you read it?

  1. I like reading your blog for inspiration. Your ideas may not always align with mine but they are always upbeat. I really appreciate that!

  2. I like that it is uncluttered, well structured and easy to navigate. More importantly, many posts invoke an instant response like, “Yes, that’s how it is!” or “That’s how I think/feel too!” even though some of the ideas are new and I might not even have thought of them in as much depth and detail. It doesn’t feel “canned” at all. Some of the insightful observations here are hard to find elsewhere.

    What I don’t like is, when I access it on my phone, I have to close at least 3 pop-ups very patiently before I can read the post.

    • Glad to see that my writing gets responses I hope for: to provoke thought, to reveal unseen things about ourselves. Sorry about the pop-ups. I took advice from online marketers that I think went too far. I’ll reign it in.

      As you can probably tell, I focus mostly on the writing and thoughts and behavior behind it.

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