What do you want and how can I help you?

By glblguy


It’s been a while since I’ve solicited any feedback from you, so I thought it was about time to do it again. I created Gather Little by Little for one single purpose, to help others. I wanted to share my financial learnings with others in hopes that they could begin their join me in my journey to get my finances under control. I have not deviated from that purpose other than to hope that maybe someday I can do this as a full-time job. That would truely be a dream come true.

As always, Gather Little by Little is for you: long-term readers, new readers, and visitors from search engines looking for answers. To keep Gather Little by Little heading in the direction (the one that most benefits you most), I’d really like to hear your feedback about it.

If you would,  please consider the following questions and leave a comment or contact me directly with your thoughts, feedback and suggestions. Anything is fair game, and don’t worry about hurting my feelings, I want your honest and sincere feedback.

  • What do you like about Gather Little by Little?
  • Do do you not like?
  • What are some things I can improve on?
  • What would you like to see me start doing, continue doing, and/or stop doing?
  • What are your thoughts on the layout and theme? How about the logo?
  • Is there too much advertising? Does it blend well and is the advertising related to the topics I discuss?
  • Are the articles what you want to hear? Are their topics you would like to see me address that I haven’t? Or maybe I’ve already addressed a few topics of interest, but you would like to hear more?
  • How about Stew? (No Stew, you can’t answer). He’s been writing for a month now. What do you think of him and his articles? Has he helped make GLBL an even better Christian personal finance resource? I definitely think he has, but would love to hear your thoughts.

Hopefully those got your creative feedback juices flowing! Now please take just a few minutes to let me know your thoughts. I truely want to make Gather Little by Little better and make it of more use for you and to the others that I hope will find it one day.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to respond, I really appreciate it. Thanks also for continuing to read, comment on my articles and for beings such awesome readers. I truely appreciate each one of you and always look forward to reading your comments.

– Glblguy/Gibble

4 Responses (including trackbacks) to “What do you want and how can I help you?”

  1. Kim Says:

    * What do you like? The every day issues and a personal look at solutions, provided by both you and the readers.
    * What are some things I can improve on? I’m actually looking for a PF female blog I like, maybe bring in a female guest writer occasionally.
    * Are the articles what you want to hear? The relationship side of PF. I would like to see more in depth of the PF journey and problems/solutions along the way.
    * How about Stew? I agree he has been a good addition to this blog.

  2. maria Says:

    Can you add Stew as a category on your site to make it easier to refer back to his posts?

  3. Marsha Says:

    Wow, how super that I stumbled upon your blog and this opportunity! I’ve been surfing the internet for 2 days looking for various budgeting options – both software and online budget tools. Of what I’ve read, YNAB is about the best available.

    I went back to graduate school several years ago, and am just now getting back on my feet in a good job. I’ve let budgeting slide while I was back in school – it seemed like studying was a higher priority than budgeting (at least at the time it did). So now I need to grab the budget bull by the horns and get some order into my financial life.

    Thanks for the opportunity on this budget package!

  4. dramon Says:

    I am a relatively new reader and I enjoyed the ‘real’ person aspect of your blog. I find the articles thoughtful and thought provoking. Although I have never gotten in major finance trouble and think of myself as educated in personal finance. I find that I learn something for the 5 minutes I invest in reading.

    What would I like different? I honeslty enjoy reading others comments on solving particular issue (even if a mundane day to day problem); as I believe that we all have different talents and perspectives.