How Would You Like to Read WDweekly?
You probably noticed that today's WDweekly looks a little different. And if you look closely at the top, you'll see there's a link to view a new mobile version of WDweekly. We know many of you were already looking at WDweekly on your smartphones and we suspect many more will going forward, so we're pleased to introduce this new option today.
And we will continue to involve. But we'd like your help. We haven't done it often, but we thought we'd use this week's poll to ask how you'd like to read WDweekly and news from WindowandDoor.com. And we'd love to hear from you too. Tell us what you think of our current electronic offerings and how they could be improved. We'd also like to know, how are you reading newspapers and magazines? What about business publications? Do you need an app for that now? Email me or post a comment below.
Survey Results as of 07/13/2011 :
My preference for reading WDweekly would be:
On my laptop or desktop computer.
On an iPad or tablet.
On my smart phone.
Laptops and desktops are still the way to go for most WDweekly readers, but the progress made by iPads and tablets in a little more than one year–they were launched in April 2010–is remarkable. And I suspect it will grow.
Personally, I haven't met an iPad owner who doesn't share the enthusiasm expressed by Patrick and Tom in their comments. Thanks for the feedback everyone, and thanks for the kind words Bob. And rest assured, the print edition of Window & Door isn't going to disappear for a long time.