Usually we use this space to talk about our thoughts on the latest issues in casual gaming. But today we’re doing something different: asking for help from you, Gamezebo’s readers.
Since its inception, Gamezebo has continuously evolved. The site itself has gone through a number of redesigns, and the scope of our coverage has grown and changed. We still cover the latest and greatest in PC casual games, but we’ve also expanded to include mobile, social, and online games into our coverage. And it’s not just what we cover that’s changed, it’s how we cover it.
Over the past year we’ve been experimenting with news ways to cover the games you love. More news, end-of-the-month awards, and new features like the Gamezebo Cribs series and even this very column. When we come up with these ideas, we do so amongst ourselves, brainstorming new concepts amongst our editorial team to try and serve you as best we can.
But we forgot to ask you guys.
After all, Gamezebo is what it is because of our readers. You’re the reason we do what we do, and so you should have a voice with regards to how the site will develop and grow. We want to know what you think.
How do you want Gamezebo to change? Are there specific kinds of features you want to see? Do you want longer articles? Shorter ones? Are there platforms or genres you feel like we need to cover more or less of? And do you want more of a community focus on the editorial side? How about more video content? These are the kinds of things we want to know.
But it’s not just about changing and adding to what we’re doing. We also want to know what you think about the kind of coverage we put out today. Do you like Gamezebo’s reviews and guides? Are you interested in our now-regular features like Cribs, Kickstarter Picks, and Monday Morning Quarterback?
This is your chance to have your voice heard, and we really can’t wait to find out what you’ve got to say. If you have an interest in helping to shape and mold Gamezebo over the coming weeks, months, and years, leave a comment here or post in this forum thread.
And, as always, thanks for reading.