Survey says . . . Troutswirl, the THF Blog
Every September the Board of Directors and Associates of The Haiku Foundation are sent a survey. Their responses help to guide our growth and direction. We’d like to broaden our input, and so we’ll be asking you to respond to a series of questions, one per week, over the next half-year. Your replies will be weighed in our assessment of our performance.
Today’s question: Troutswirl, The Haiku Foundation Blog
The blog serves many functions for The Haiku Foundation. In addition to functioning as the major news portal for the Foundation, it also hosts regular features such as the Book of the Week program and Haiku Maven. A link to each blog post is automatically sent to three other channels: THF Facebook page, THF Twitter stream, and an email list for those who register to be notified each time we post to the blog. You can find the Blog on the website.
Please assess how well The Haiku Foundation is delivering on this topic. Indicate your assessment of our performance to date by choosing one of the options:
Please feel free to add additional comments. Thank you in advance for your consideration, and for helping us make The Haiku Foundation a better resource.
This Post Has 3 Comments
I agree, excellent blog. Troutswirl is a great way to introduce the many features and programs at THF.
From my experience, blogs are always a work-in-progress and there are so many ways to create and grow them. They are also a lot of work – like a beautiful garden growing and changing all the time. Posts take time to create; then when to moderate comments, when to not have comments, when to let readers have their own conversations in response to a post – takes a lot of thought and time.
Not that I know, but a bond grows and I’m given room to grow with my blogs. I am comfortable with WordPress and they too ask for feedback and constantly try to improve. Others know about the many other good options available as well.
As I’ve mentioned before – yet recognizing readers new to haiku are probably visiting here every day or week – I think having a blog with discussion makes THF a unique major archive and haiku site, from what I know so far.
Thanks, as always, Ellen
Your performance to date: very good!
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