Feedback Is Helpful
We've now heard some of the bad and some of the good in regard to the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge. Along with the observations about the Challenge some of you offered your own suggestions about how to improve Blogging from A to Z. Also, during the course of the Challenge I heard various suggestions based on problems some of you encountered during April.
In today's post we will look at a few of these suggestions and ideas that were offered by participants and others as well. Next Monday I will bring together all three summation posts and offer some of my thoughts and conclusions in order to garner some of your reactions. Please check out the following suggestions and ideas and let us know what you think about them.
Some Thoughts Expressed
1) Subdivide the A to Z participant list into topic or genre categories. In order to keep the list more manageable turn it into several lists.
--- (It may be the browser you are using. I found that using Google Chrome mostly solved the problems that I was having with WV. The Word Verifications still take time and are a hassle, but when I started using Chrome I never lost a single comment and the process was very fast with all screen jumps and twitches eliminated.)
7) Everyone should enter shorter posts.
11) To make it easier to find blogs that interest me most, "I would really appreciate to have something like an additional sentence or some keywords, what all those wonderful blogs are all about."
12) How about charging an entry fee to be sure only the most serious bloggers get signed up?
What Are Your Thoughts?
I have not included many of the other ideas that have been suggested in my comments, in some of your reflections, and elsewhere. What are your thoughts about the suggestions I have included in this post? Are there any other ideas you might suggest to make the A to Z Challenge better?