How Can I serve You Better?
Dear Creative Friend,
We’re a few days from the start of the last quarter – getting into the final stretch of the year here. As I look back on the year, the question that keeps coming up for me is, “How can I serve you better”
There’s no point in writing these blog posts if they don’t benefit you in some way. And I know they do benefit you in many ways. But I want to do better. I want to hone in on exactly what you need and what you want to read so I can deliver that to you. Your feedback is very important to me. Because I run this blog for you.
So, I want you to tell me what you enjoy weekly, which posts have left the biggest impression on your mind, what you’d like to see more of and what you don’t like or appreciate very much. There are no wrong or right answers. All will be feedback, so feel free to be candid.
So far this year, I’ve written more than forty blog posts for you.
In these posts, I’ve touched on various topics ranging from creativity (where I write on the things which boost your creativity) to professional development (where I write about exhibitions, getting published, how to name your art, photography tips and other topics related to being a professional artist).
Also if you subscribe to my newsletter, tell me what you like about it, what you don’t like and any suggestions for changes you’d like to see. Your feedback will shape the content you see, so do get involved and let your voice be heard. I promise to read every single comment.
I’ve created this form to help make it simple for you to submit your feedback. I’ve gone to great lengths to ensure you can give your feedback freely. Your feedback is totally anonymous. The form does not ask for your name at all. And your answers will not be displayed here on the blog.
I can’t wait to hear what you’ve got to say. Don’t forget to hit the SUBMIT button when you’re done.
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