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In 2011, what can we do for you?

December 7, 2010 by

Jordan Johnson performs a jump in the Big Omaha 2010 photo booth. Photo by Malone & Company.

In 2011, we want you to jump for joy, sing to the mountains, and do that little dance you do. So, how do we accomplish that? We’re deep in the planning stages of what 2011 will look like – from the first story published in January to the last events we hold in December – and with that in mind, we want to hear your hopes, wants and expectations. As we’ve said many times, we do what we do because of you, our Silicon Prairie News community.

A small glimpse of 2011 includes an increased volume of content, a stronger focus on what’s happening in Des Moines and Lincoln, as well as covering and breaking more timely stories out of the Silicon Prairie region. We also look to hold more events. We haven’t had a Creative Capital Pitch Session in quite some time and we think there’s room for other fun and engaging events.

And speaking of engaging, here’s where we turn the mic on you:

Please leave a comment below letting us know what you’d like to see in 2011.

What would make Silicon Prairie News a better blog, a better event producer, a better resource for the Silicon Prairie’s entrepreneurial community? In short, what can we do for you?

(Photo: Chris VanKat poses with Karli Newman and Andrew Marinkovich at the Big Omaha 2010 Opening Party. Photo by Malone & Company.)

If leaving a comment isn’t your style, no worries. Here are the email addresses of our contributors, starting with myself:

Thanks in advance for your time and input. We sincerely appreciate everything you have to say and we’ll do our best to respond to your feedback and ideas in a timely manner.

Again, we couldn’t do this without you and for that reason we’re excited to continue our third year at Silicon Prairie News.

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