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What do you think of the Action Network blog?

  • Martin Vogel
  • 9 Aug 06, 11:43 AM

The Action Network blog was launched as part of a trial of blogs across the BBC. If you scroll down, you'll see the other blogs involved at the bottom right side of this page.

It's now time to evaluate the trial, and we'd really appreciate some feedback. Your views will help us understand how valuable you find the blog and whether there are things you think we should change. The BBC is asking for feedback across all of blogs in the trial over the next few weeks.

In order to help you provide feedback, we’ve listed a few questions below for you to think about when posting your comments. You don’t need to answer all of these questions - they're only offered as as a guide to what we are looking for in your feedback.

So, if you can spare a few moments, please help us and let us know what you think about this blog ...

What 5 words would you use to describe this blog and what it means to you?

What are the best bits about this blog?

Anything you’re not so keen on? If yes, then do give any suggestions you may have to improve it!

What do you think about the frequency of our posts and the length. Do we have a right balance here?

As usual, you can post your comments on this page or email us at

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  • At 03:17 PM on 19 Aug 2006,
  • Simon Birkett wrote:

The BBC Action Network as whole is a world changing forum that enables those of us who care about our communities to get our message heard and to link with like minds. I would encourage you to use this blog more to promote this capability and move (the important) technical and maintenance advice to another (easy to access) section.

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