Now that the topic has caught your attention, let me go directly to the point! You, my readers, are what keep me and this blog going on a daily basis. Therefore to ensure that I continue to write articles which are of interest to you, I am reaching out to all of you for your input. What subjects have I not yet covered that you would like to know about? What subjects have I covered but perhaps not enough and you’d like to know more? Of course the subjects must be related to Saudi Arabia but they can be either from an aspect of inside Saudi Arabia or even perceptions from the outside or from that of Saudis who are outside of the Kingdom.
Secondly, I like to provide you with two interviews each month. These interviews are with both Saudis and non-Saudis alike. If you wish to volunteer yourself to be interviewed, please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org along with a brief paragraph about yourself and background. If you are a non-Saudi, naturally I need to know if you are in Saudi Arabia, have ever been to Saudi Arabia or simply have an interest in Saudi Arabia. If you are Saudi, then I need to know if you are in or outside of Saudi Arabia. This information assists me in preparing appropriate interview questions. And of course interviews are posted as directed by the individual such as whether they wish to remain anonymous or not.
Lastly, I always welcome constructive criticism about this blog. What am I doing right? What am I doing wrong? How can I continue to make it better? Is posting daily a good thing or is that overdoing it in your view and why?
So if you have been a blurker, now is your time to speak out! I look forward to hearing from all of you.
And, I also sincerely thank everyone for following my blog in the first place.
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