It hardly seems possible, but it’s December first; time for another year end reader survey. Dare I ask where the time went?
It’s been a great year. This blog experienced phenomenal growth in readership and subscribers. I can only thank you for participating.
2016 is nearly over, but that doesn’t mean an end. Quite the contrary. I’m already looking forward to 2017, as I hope you are.
Part of the process is evaluating how well I’ve done in meeting your expectations for information on colored pencil drawing. Where have I fallen short, and what might be done to improve in the coming year?
I’ll be honest. I have a pretty good idea what worked and what didn’t. All I have to do is look at the stats to know which posts soared and which ones crashed.
What I’d really like to know is what you think. What ideas do you have for making this blog better, more informative and helpful? More enjoyable. It is, after all, more for you than for me.
To make it easy for you to give me a piece of your mind, I’ve put together a survey. It’s pretty short and sweet—only nine questions.
It’s also anonymous. I won’t know who said what unless you tell me. But I will appreciate each and every one of you who takes five to ten minutes to share your thoughts.