Dec27 | 2011
categories: Fun | tags: ,

Let’s spruce up the ole blog

The Griffin BlogIn March 2009, I started writing the Griffin blog.

The purpose of our blog is to connect with you, while also informing you about new products, promotions and behind the scenes fun at Griffin. In addition to this, the blog was created to share tips and fun content that I think would appeal to you.

Since March 11, 2009, I have written over 150,000 words, making up 500 posts. That’s a lot of content!

In early 2012, I plan to relaunch the blog (along with help from my friends at Griffin). The blog needs new features, a new design and new content. I can’t do this alone though.

What would you like to see in the new Griffin blog? Please leave a comment below. I’d love to hear your thoughts on how you would like to see it improved. I write this for you, so I would love your input and feedback on how to make it better than ever.

Thank you for taking the time.

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  • http://twitter.com/pschorr Justin

    But simple is so nice!  (well, for me anyway)

  • http://blog.griffintechnology.com/about-dave Dave Delaney

    Thanks Justin. We need to refresh it though. It’s been too long.

  • Rob

    Thanks for your help, Dave. For me it would be nice to know which types of earphones you have produced over the years and what the differences are. 

  • http://blog.griffintechnology.com/about-dave Dave Delaney

    Thanks Rob. How would you like to see this information on a redesign blog? Perhaps a special archive area?

  • Meghan

    I’d like to see a different day or week devoted to a theme of some kind. It could be devoted to specific items, with a separate section for upcoming/new arrivals/promotions. 

  • Linda Buthmann

    I’d like to see some training plans. Maybe a c25k. 10K, half marathon,marathon.

  • http://blog.griffintechnology.com/about-dave Dave Delaney

    Thanks Meghan. That’s a great idea!

  • http://blog.griffintechnology.com/about-dave Dave Delaney

    Interesting Linda. I could use that too, I’m still on the c25k.
    Thanks for the suggestion.