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Monday, November 29, 2004

onward and upward

ESPN.com recently put a blogger in charge of ESPN Insider. Get excited!

Not only does Insider have (nearly) nowhere to go but up, but I sense Reemer's appreciation for technology, the blogosphere and the average sports fan will do wonders for ESPN's premium service.

Oh, and his first (public) move as blogger-in-chief is a darn good one.

If You Read ESPN.com, I'd Like to Know

My responsibilities have shifted from working on League Manager, our Fantasy Football engine, to Insider, our paid-content site.

We've got some really stellar content in Insider, and would like your feedback, especially if you visit ESPN.com frequently but are not an Insider.

Specifically, we're wondering about these things:

If you are not an Insider, why not? Do we need to do a better job of showing you what Insider offers? Or, is there not enough that has compelled you to buy? What content or tools would be worth it to become an Insider?

If you are an Insider, what do you like about it? What would you like to see more of?

I'm basically looking for any thoughts you have on the product. Your feedback will help us shape the product and bring you content and tools that you are interested in.

Please leave your comments here or email me at kareem at reemer dot com.


PS> If you run a sports blog, I would really appreciate it if you could do me a favor and link to this post--I'd like to cast as wide a net as possible. Thanks!

Ask and ye shall receive.