9 responses to “Coming soon – WordCount 2.0”

  1. Tac Anderson

    Michelle,
    Big congrats. I am proud to say “I knew you when” before you had a blog. I subscribed to your blog the week you launched it and have enjoyed watching you build this into such a wonderful resource. You’ve been an inspiration to me with the frequency and quality of your posts.

    Looking forward to the big changes you have on the horizon.

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  3. Tracey

    Hi Michelle –

    I want to check several options on your survey but it will only let me pick one. Is that a problem at my end — or do you only want one selection?

    Tracey

  4. Michelle Rafter

    Tracey: I’m sorry – PollDaddy only allows 1 answer per visit; however, I’ve turned off the feature that blocks one IP address from voting multiple times, so if you want to pick more than one topic you’ll have to vote twice. Thanks again for visiting.

    Michelle

  5. jesakalong

    Hi Michelle ~ I look forward to seeing your changes here! One thing I would love to see you continue (and maybe even do more of) is posts like your “content sites and the rates they pay. You presented a variety of opinions and gave your readers an opportunity to form their own, educated opinions. It was so refreshing to see multiple sides of an argument presented in a more objective way that forced readers to think for themselves!

  6. Stephanie Ortenzi

    Love the redesign.

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  9. Michelle Rafter

    Thanks Tac, that means a lot coming from you.

    If you don’t know him, Tac Anderson is digital consulting director at global PR firm Waggener Edstrom‘s Studio D group in Seattle. Before that he helped bring HP into the social media age and was active in Boise, Idaho’s tech community, helping start Ignite Boise. Tac also has a great blog covering technology and social media called NewCommBiz: The future of social media. Check out his latest post: What will Twitter do with $100 million? (Acquisitions)

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