Bring on The Community: Open to Suggestions

crowd suggestions

I’ve been a little lacking in my writing lately, but that’s not because it hasn’t been exciting around here. I’ve ended my contract with Monk Development as a project manager and switched back to freelance web development with the help of my virtual assistant, who’s now my freelance headhunter as well.

But, in the small amount of downtime I have, I’d like to be writing on things that matter to you.

So, I’ve added a little widget to the sidebar of this blog (see right column). It’s produced by and simply receives suggestions and votes for whatever. So, if you have a suggestion or need help with something that I could write about, let me know.

Examples: Do you need a recommendation on how to use twitter in your industry? Would you like me to review a particular website or book? Would you like me to suggest a combination of “Web 2.0” sites to best accomplish a certain task?

Any of those are great suggestions. Please, let me know what I can write about for you. Speak up!


Nate Ritter lives in Austin, Texas (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

2 Comments on "Bring on The Community: Open to Suggestions"

  1. Jeff Yablon says:

    Bravo to you and your VA for stretching the bounds!

    We’ve found that the best thing we can do for our clients is work in exactly the way you describe; being your virtual headhunter is where the REAL value of the VA relationship comes in.

    Jeff Yablon
    President $ CEO
    Virtual VIP
    Virtual VIP

  2. Surefire Boy says:

    This is a great idea to ask for suggestions. I just submitted the the “Scuba Car” suggestion. It’s partly for selfish reasons…I’d just like to learn more about these cars and thought maybe you’d want to do the homework. (:

    Thanks for all your hard work!

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