Chris Brogan has a great post on his blog today about asking questions. His one premise got me thinking.
If You Want Better Answers, Ask Better Questions.
So what question(s) will I ask?
And the big question… will anyone answer?
As one of Chris’s readers said..
To ask better questions, you first need a problem.
So here is my problem.
After five years of blogging, my traffic is static.
It doesn’t change much, no matter what I post.
So I could ask… What do you like about this blog?
Maybe an opposite approach… What do you dislike about this blog?
Maybe I could get specific… What colors do you like? Do you like long posts or short? Should I post 2, 3, or 4 times a week?
But these are ordinary questions, and would probably result in a variety of predictable answers. They might help, but I want something bigger, more profound…
What I really want to know is…
What One Fundamental Thing Should I Change, To Take This Blog To The Next Level?