An Appeal for Feedback on TeluGlobe
The silence is deafening.
I have been a regular participant on bulletin boards and/or blogs related to financial markets during the periods 1994-2000, and 2008-2009. During the 2000-2007 period, I was more of a silent observer, but I was doing all the catchup necessary to help me make better decisions at investing.
The last blogspot where I posted my market musings regularly was StockTock.com. I lost interest in posting at that site as the non-profit stocktock has became for-profit outfit, FocalEquity.com. That is when I decided to start a blog of my own where I can post my ramblings – on a variety of subjects. In addition to posting my own articles, I wanted to bring like minded people to engage in stimulating conversations. Furthermore, I expected this site to become a companion site for my TORi show.
When I was actively posting my musings at other sites, I was used to getting good feedback or challenges on my thoughts from several thousands who used to follow my articles. I learned a lot from that back-and-forth. Posting on TeluGlobe feels very different. On TeluGlobe, we have 800-1000 unique users on any given day, and over 15,000 unique visitors on any given month. Most of what I post are read by at least half of them. Yet, hardly anybody says something about things I consider as useful. I really wonder if this platform is effective in making people think. For that matter, I wonder if we are wasting our time.
Sorry folks, I cannot bring a Manchu Lakshmi to the table every day to get your interest up. But, on behalf of the regular posters at this site, I would say that we would like to hear from you about TeluGlobe and its content.
- Are my updates on economics and financial markets useful?
- What about those musings on politics, pop culture?
- How can this site be improved?
Please do comment and give us your feedback.