Feedback is super important for any ministry and organization. Period. And although farming the data can be a little more complicated for your “real” world ministries and initiatives, the web is stupid-easy.
UserVoice has recently gotten a lot of attention from some major news sources and I decided to give it a go and check it out. 5 minutes later and I’m “digging” it bad… I’m very impressed.
And that’s the neat thing about it. It’s a bit like Digg.com for your own personal blog and/or ministry website.
Your users and readers can submit ideas for the site and give general/specific feedback if they’d like. Super simple to use and implement, I had the account setup, 2 widgets installed (with color coordination) in less than a few minutes.
As you can see on the far right, I’ve got it plugged in. Give it a go and drop me a “test” suggestion. In fact, if you’ve got a real suggestion too, I’d love that as well.
If you want a pretty comprehensive read on what UserVoice is about and why some really like it, go here for a full brain dump… although you probably don’t need it.
This one is obvious folks.
Let me know if you decide to use this for your personal blog and/or ministry website. I’d love to hear what your thoughts are, especially if you’re using other services like GetSatisfaction.com…