What Do You People WANT?

I’m just going to level with y’all.

It’s one of my performance goals to write one of these blog posts every week, and every week, I approach the goal with a healthy heapin’ spoonful of a little something I like to call dread, or as they call it in German, dredenscheiningruvenshtocken.*

Now at first I thought that this dread was just some sort of performance anxiety, but I had an epiphany yesterday. Okay, maybe epiphany is a little strong. Maybe “duh-moment” would be more accurate.

I have no idea what you guys and gals want to read about. None at all.

But I’m not supposed to admit that, right? I’m supposed to just keep trying different articles and then track your pageviews like I’m some sort of criminal mastermind, then slowly and gradually hit on a winning formula of pure crowd-pleasingness; drawing you in, addicting you to content without you ever even knowing it. Mwa ha ha.

Frankly, that sounds like a lot of work, and really, I’m not the mastermind type. So I thought I’d just ask. Nicely.

So, could I please ask you to take a minute to fill out a little survey I came up with? Please? Pleeeeeease? (It helps if you picture me staring up at you with big puppy-dog eyes. It works especially well if you picture me as an actual puppy.**)

Take the Sweet Digs survey!

I can’t really promise you any toys or treats or anything, but I can promise that I’ll do my best to give you something worthwhile to read. And then everybody wins.

Thanks all!

*Not real German. Sorry Germany!
**Seriously, can you imagine that? Some cute puppy sitting at a keyboard, typing away with his little paws? That would be adorable!

  • Ted

    Hi Bryan,

    There are a few things that I would love to hear from someone who knows real estate in Denver.  I think the first thing would be what you consider as “good buys” vs the comps in certain neighborhoods.  For example, maybe this week you do a blog on Wash Park, with “good buys” in the under 300K range, 300-600K, and 600K and up (or whatever range you decide to use… maybe like fixer-upper, move in ready, and a the “rockstar home” for the neighborhood, as different neighborhoods will have different price points).  Wash Park is obviously one of those traditionally “hot” neighborhoods.  But maybe every now and then showcase a neighborhood that is up and coming, or maybe a neighborhood that isn't as well known that you feel is a great place to live but nobody ever thinks about.

    That would get me reading your blogs.  


    • BryanHowell

      Thanks Ted! I appreciate the thoughtful response. Neighborhood-specific updates have definitely been a popular request so far, so I will definitely work on trying to make it happen.