Short Feedback :)
Feedback from readers on The Short Version's first 6 months
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What time would you be most likely to read The Short Version when it arrives?
Monday mornings 9 am - 12 pm
Wednesday mornings 9 am - 12 pm
Friday afternoons 12 pm - 5 pm
Which section do you find most useful/interesting?
What's happening—brief summary of the topic in the news
Why is it important—topic's connections to major trends, larger social/political issues, etc.
Debate it!—core question, best arguments for and against
Learn more—links to solid sources for more information
Which of these new sections would you like to see?
More ideas welcome!
Short interview with someone topical or close to the issue
Guest writers for each side of the debate
Survey of readers' opinion (started this on Apple v. FBI)
Why do you read The Short Version?
For general information, understanding both sides, prepping for political arguments with relatives... anything beyond "because Cleo made me" ;)
What could be improved?
What would you like to see more or less of on the Short Version? Be honest! That's the point!
Would you be interested in guest writing a section of the debate?
If so, we can talk about topic, week, etc. Just let me know if you're interested!
Any topic suggestions?
Always looking for new ones! The key is an issue with a genuinely two-sided debate.
Favorite/most memorable past topic?
Apple v. FBI
Flint Lead Crisis
What would you like to see from The Short Version on Twitter @SVbyCleo?
More ideas welcome!
Fast facts from the week's post ("Oscar voters are 94% white...")
Survey results ("Subscribers said: 61% sided with Apple...")
Short Version Fact Check on debates, etc ("SVFC: Trump says ____ but the truth is ____.")
Updates on The Short Version itself ("The Short Version is now in @letterlistapp!")
Learn More section only on Twitter ("Learn more: Apple CEO Tim Cook's statement...")
Would you follow The Short Version on Instagram @SVbyCleo?
Think @voxdotcom but less often. Weekly posts, graphics on the issue, etc.
I don't use Instagram
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