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The Importance of User Feedback

Posted By Darren Rowse 6th of January 2005 Blog Design 2

Michael has a great tip on The Importance of User Feedback over at Figby.com:

‘In retrospect, the conclusions seem obvious: Assuming you want as much feedback as possible from readers, you should make it as easy as possible for them to reach you. You may need to experiment with different comment forms, link locations, or link text to get the best response. Your readers are probably happy to help improve your site—they just want to do it with a minimum of effort.’

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  1. Anonymous says: 08/10/2005 at 9:30 pm

    COOL !!!

  2. I found this post when doing some research for a new blog post about Teamness: http://blog.teamness.com/2008/10/feedback-for-startup.html

    It’s refreshing to see that a known blogger has posts with (let’s consider it) 0 comments. :)

    For a beginner, this is the proof that there is still hope, even though the post is from when I didn’t even understand what a blog is.

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