Here at ReadWrite, we're constantly experimenting with different social channels and how to best present ourselves to you in these different contexts. So we'd like to take a moment to ask you as readers, fans and followers what you most want to see on the ReadWrite Facebook page.
In recent weeks and months, as part of this exploration, we've deliberately taken a fairly broad approach to our Facebook page. On any given day, a visit will turn up not only links to many of our stories, but also the occasional Internet meme, comics, and tech-related quips.
Unexpectedly, some of the biggest responses we've seen to date have involved beautiful images. Whether awesome tech-related photos or astonishing natural images, many of these pictures those strike a chord with us — not to mention with others who share them widely across not only on Facebook, but also Instagram, Flickr, Reddit, and many other photography-centric communities.
And that's all pretty awesome. But we are a tech news website, and we want to make sure that you don't feel we're distracting you from the things you care about most at ReadWrite — in particular, the tech news, features, analysis, and opinion that ReadWrite delivers every day. You may not want our core coverage overshadowed by off-topic photos, or to see the ReadWrite editorial voice diluted across various social fees with non-tech-related postings.
So we wanted to ask you all what you think. Please take a moment to vote in the poll above and then, if you like, sound off in comments as to what you'd like to see more of (or less of). Consider this your chance — and not your last one, either — to help us figure out how to best shape our ReadWrite social presence. Thank in advance for your help.
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