fandomnews is almost three months old now. There are 72 followers on LJ, 14 on IJ and 52 on DW. We’re also slowly working on creating a version on its own domain for those who aren’t into LJ or its clones. As this community is still a work in progress, we wanted additional feedback from our community. The last time we did a poll, people indicated they were okay with overflow posts and were looking for 20 to 30 posts a day. We changed and we want to see if people are happy with that.
Poll questions! (Please answer in the comments)
Content wise, compared to now, I want:
- More publishing news
- Less publishing news
- More sports content
- Less sports content
- More music content
- Less music content
- More manga and anime content
- Less manga and anime content
- More television and movie content
- Less television and movie content
- More comics content
- Less comics content
- More isms related meta
- Less isms related meta
How many links do you want in an average post?
Should meta discussion posts be separated by -isms under their own -ism related heading?
Do fandom specific labels help you find content you want to read?
- Yes, as I’m only interested in some fandoms.
- Yes, as I learn about issues going on in fandoms I might not otherwise look at.
- Yes, other reason.
- No, as I’m less likely to read meta if it labeled by fandom.
- No, as I find it harder to find -ism related that I might enjoy.
- No, other reason.
What blogs/journals would you recommend us checking for inclusion in future posts?
There is a really awesome discussion over on kaigou’s dreamwidth. In the comments, I discussed some of fandomnews‘s internal policies regarding how we handle things. You might find it interesting. If you haven’t, check out our feed list of blogs that we check for inclusion. We’re always looking for more to help make fandomnews better. All feedback is appreciated. For LiveJournal people, we posted a version on my LiveJournal where you can answer these questions.