It’s the holiday season, which means many people are making their Christmas lists – though, at this time, hopefully they’ve already finished them. “What do you want for Christmas?” is a common refrain right now, and at 3DPrint.com we’re asking our readers that very question. We can’t get you that pony you’ve always wanted, I’m afraid, but we’re very interested in hearing what sort of content you want from the site. A couple of months ago we launched our 2017 survey, which asks you, our readers, what you’d like to see more of, or less of, or about the same.
The survey will be available until the end of December, and we’re almost halfway through the month now, so now is your chance to offer your input. It only takes a few minutes to fill out, and your answers will be incredibly helpful – both for us, as we continue to work to improve the site, and for you, as you provide the feedback that will lead to us creating more of the content you want to see. If you need some extra incentive, we’re also giving away three $50 Amazon gift cards, which you have a chance to win if you fill out the survey. So if you don’t get everything on your wish list for Christmas, there’s a chance for you to fill in some of the gaps.
As our reader numbers grow, we’re more invested than ever in making sure that we’re offering the content you’re most interested in. We’ve branched out quite a bit from just providing news to offering webinars, giveaways, and training courses, and we’d like to know what other kinds of things you find interesting. That could be podcasts, more product reviews, job postings, or downloadable, printable files. We want to be a resource not just for news but for all things 3D printing.
We also want to know what interests you most in terms of news, too. Do you like to hear about the industrial side of the industry? Or do you want more stories about average makers who are doing amazing things with 3D printing? In addition, what are your thoughts on online courses? Do you want to learn more about 3D printing from experts, and if so, what area of 3D printing would you like to see taught?
2018 is gearing up to be a busy year for 3DPrint.com, as January will see us hosting the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Strategies summit (for which there are two days left to register at a discounted rate!) which will focus on 3D printing in medicine and dentistry, and the business opportunities in those areas. Would you like to see more events that gather experts together to discuss important aspects of the 3D printing world? Let us know!
So while you may be focused on your holiday shopping, take a minute to let us know how we can better address your 3D printing needs. Go fill out your wish list, and you’ll have the chance not only to share your input for the site, but to win a gift card as well.
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