Game Journo Guide Series Survey
This short survey is designed to get important feedback to help me decide where to focus the next few books in the Game Journo Guides Series (www.gamejournoguides.com). It should only take a sec to fill out, and your honest responses are much appreciated!
What topics would you like to see explored in future books in the Game Journo Guides Series? *
Please indicate your level of interest in the following book topics.
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A guide to pitching (tips, samples, insights, etc)
A guide to writing game reviews
A guide to creating video content
A book on how to turn your long-form article ideas into ebooks
A guide to what editors want and how to work with them
Would you be interested in a separate ongoing series of short ebooks that contain a bunch of my own personal essays and stories on the writing life, freelancing, and related topics? *
Please rate your interest on a scale from 1 to 5
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I'd definitely buy that
I'm also branching out to write a range of non-game journo books in the near future. What level of interest, if any, do you have in the following potential book topics? *
Please indicate your level of interest in the following sample book topics.
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A book on niche freelancing
A guide to creating audiobooks
Several books on how to write, sell, and market ebooks
A guide to Kickstarter for authors
Podcasting for authors
What formats are you most interested in? *
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ebooks
Print
Audiobooks (MP3 format)
Other digital products (worksheets, videos, etc)
Bundles (Audiobook + ebook or multiple videos and worksheet, for example)
Paid online courses on specific topics
Would you be interested in a paid online course on how to break into video game journalism? *
This would include videos, audio, text materials, online sessions, and more.
What would you be comfortable paying for an online "take at your own pace" course on breaking into video game journalism? *
Class would include several hours worth of instructional audio and video content, downloadable extras (including PDFs and possibly books), online workshop meetings, and other support.
What other specific challenges or obstacles in your writing/freelance life would you like advice on/help with? *
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