We have seriously neglected this blog in recent months. Sorry about that, blog.
It’s not like we forgot it was here or anything. We’ve just been so caught up with the recent changeover on revolutionsoccer.net and so focused on keeping the content (written, video, audio) fresh on the main site that the blog was subsequently pushed to the backburner for a bit. It’s unfortunate that the content here on the blog has been severely lacking (read: nonexistent) for the past few months, but hopefully the look, feel, usability and improved content on the new site has been worth our time and undivided attention.
With that said, it’s absolutely one of our primary goals to increase our blog content next season, especially since it’s one of the easiest avenues (along with Facebook and Twitter) for fans to communicate with us on a regular basis. We enjoy getting that feedback, especially since here in the Digital department it really is our job to provide the fans with the content they crave. You’re the audience, and that matters.
Along those same lines, we’d like to get your feedback now as we head into the offseason. While we’ll certainly continue to cover the team throughout the coaching search, Expansion Draft, Re-Entry Process, etc., the offseason gives us a bit of time to evaluate how the year played out from a content perspective. It’s our chance to decide what worked and what didn’t, and it allows us to put together an outline for where we want to go in the future.
So in the comments section below, we want to hear what content you enjoyed this season. From our written content (features, previews, “Match Day” stories) to video content (Gameday, Postgame, Box to Box, etc.) to audio content (Far Post Podcast), what content do you look forward to and enjoy most on revolutionsoccer.net? And of course, what content typically doesn’t interest you? How do you think we could improve it? Anything we’re not doing you’d like to see?
A few weeks ago we tried out a new video feature in which we sat down with Diego Fagundez and analyzed one of his goals in the office. That’s something we’re looking at making a regular feature next year, analyzing key plays with the players who were involved. Would that be something which would interest you?
It’s all stuff we want to know. So, fire away in the comments section below.