How are we doing?

After one month of publishing, we're looking for feedback from readers.
How are we doing?
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It's been one month since we launched Full Stack Economics. We've published 15 posts, and as I write this we've just passed 2,400 subscribers. It's amazing that thousands of people have trusted us to publish directly to their inboxes.

But we have a lot of work ahead. We need to continue growing our readership to make this project financially viable. And we want to do that while maintaining high quality standards. So we would be grateful if you could give us your candid feedback.

There are two ways you can help us out. First, please click the title of this email to go to our website, and then leave a comment introducing yourself. We'd love to know what kind of work you do, how you found the newsletter, and any suggestions for topics you'd like to see us cover in the future.

Second, we'd love it if you clicked this link to fill out a brief 7-question survey. This will give us more systematic data about what our readers have liked about the site—and how we could be doing better.

I believe the best online publications are also communities, where the writers learn from the readers as much as the other way around. So in the coming months, please don't hesitate to leave a comment on any of our posts, or email me (tim@fullstackeconomics.com) or Alan (alan@fullstackeconomics.com) directly with story ideas, critiques, or anything else that's on your mind.

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