Readers, I’d like to sincerely thank you for reading my blog. Without an audience, none of this writing could be possible. Thanks for all the support you’ve given me and my site over the past year.

Today marks my blog’s 200th post. My posts have been read by over 100,000 different people, who viewed over 500,000 pages of my site and commented more than 300 times.

To celebrate, I thought I would get my readers more involved in my blog. So I’ve come up with a couple questions for you.

1) What type of articles interest you the most?

Over the course of my writing, I’ve come up with a lot of post ideas; ranging from sponsorships and monetization to game design and development. What categories of posts interest you the most? Are there any specific posts you would like to see me write?

2) What posting schedule do you think I should have?

I’ve been working hard to come up with new, unique posts for you everyday of the week. What I want to know is, how often do you think I should be posting? Do you find it hard to keep up with my posting schedule, or is it fine the way it is?

3) What do you think of my site design and usability?

Freelance Flash Games is run using WordPress, meaning it’s pretty flexible with themes and plugins. What do you think of my current theme and the usability of my site? Is it hard to find your favorite posts? What could use work?

4) How would you like to be more involved within my site?

It would be great to have a community of developers centered around Freelance Flash Games, all looking to help each other and advance their game development skills. How can I give you more chances to be involved?

5) Anything else you want to comment on?

If there’s anything else you want to tell me about, feel free.

I know I’ve got at least over 150 readers subscribed to my RSS feed, so I expect some comments here. I can’t better my site for you if you don’t voice your opinion. So get over your commenting shyness and give me your best ideas ;)

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