Beta Testers Wanted For New Blog Tool
If you haven't noticed we are trying out a new Blog tool. This tool is unique and not offered from any other source, but batBack. And it is free.
The first site this blog tool was deployed was on Lynchburg Virginia.
What is batBack?
batBack is an easy way for your readers to respond to you your posts. At the end of each post a rate me button appears.
Click the rate me button and a drop down scale appears. run your mouse over the scale and with a simple mouse click you have rated the post.
Good, bad, or ugly your story is rated. Click the rate me button again and the scale disappears. Then the results are tallied on a little scale in the title bar of the post.
Their comment is immediately batted back to you. batBack works with all blog hosts.
How is this useful for Bloggers?
Well, we all had an English teacher that told you: "Audience is Everything!" Having your stories rated gives you a good idea of what your readers want. You will know what articles are important, and it will help you decide what to write in the future. Accept it or not blogs are reader driven. To learn more go here.
Now, you will have a way for quick understanding of what your readers want.
Who is the Developer?
Daniel Markham of Bedford Virginia, developed the blog tool. He has been a software designer for years and the developer of a similar commercial program which is used by major corporations and the U. S. government. His "What to fix program" has been credited with saving millions of dollars.
Want to give the program a try?
Get on Daniel's growing list. And be one of the first to try this unique batBack program. We are limiting the number of beta testers so inquire soon. Here is where to get batBack.
This blog tool is being offered free to all bloggers. Installing is easy just one line of code to place on your template.
batBack was developed by Daniel one of the contributors to our site. All of the contributors of the Lynchburg Blog have had a part to play in the beta testing and the product. Cool new features are under development.