Friday, March 24, 2017
Thank you for your feedback. Now I know how to proportionally parse the data I'm getting from my content partners. You're the best, Booster boosters!
Last week's poll question: Where do you regularly get your Boosterrific.com content? (74 votes)
I had intended to use this information to plan how to develop future revisions to this site. For example, I have already closed the Boosterrific Forum due to its inactivity. Since there's just not anything for Booster Gold fans to talk about, there's no reason for me to keep updating it in the never-ending battle to keep the spam out. I thought I'd use the space for something else.
However, I'm put those redecorating plans on hold. The latest DC Universe reboot as seen in this week's Action Comics, coupled with the company's obvious indifference to selling me any Booster Gold comics, has me very down on DC Comics right now. I feel my time is better served developing video games and writing novels.
To be clear: Closing the Boosterrific Forum is the only change I'm making right now. Everything else will go on as normal — especially since we finally have a Booster Gold comic coming out next week! I'm just saying I've had about all the rebooting I can stand in my comics, so don't expect much change from my website.
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Friday, March 17, 2017
Hey, you! If you aren't reading this on Boosterrific.com, please go there and tell me where you came from!
In an attempt to take Booster Gold to the masses, I push content to the Boosterrific.com, Facebook, and Twitter. Each of these content platforms provide user analytics data about how many people I'm reaching. Those numbers are all fine and good in helping me determine where my audience is, but the various metrics used by the platforms aren't exactly comparable. Therefore, today, I'm asking you for an old-fashioned head count. Thanks for your support.
This week's poll question: Where do you regularly get your Boosterrific.com content? Please visit the Boosterrific Polls page to view results for this week's poll.
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Friday, January 6, 2017
So you're still happy, even without Booster, huh?
Last week's poll question: More than six months in, how satisfied are you with Rebirth overall? (59 votes)
Generally speaking, I do think that the Rebirth DC Universe is an improvement over what came before. That said, I'll never be satisfied until I get my Booster Gold back.
On an unrelated note, for those of you like me who missed Booster Gold in the Justice League Action debut in December, TV Guide tells me that Cartoon Network is scheduled to rerun the episode "Night of the Bat" tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM Eastern. Don't miss it twice!
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Friday, December 30, 2016
Surprise, surprise. The most visited post in 2016 was one of Boosterrific.com's few polls on the year. This one originally ran the week of June 10, when I asked you "How satisfied are you with Rebirth so far?"
I had cut back on polls in 2016 because I felt they weren't generating much interest. Well, this one sure did. There have been polls with more voters, but few have gathered so many views.
Since we're on the subject, I might as well follow up. When last I asked, Rebirth was only 3 weeks old. Has your opinion changed in the past seven months? We'll take a look at your response next year!
This week's poll question: More than six months in, how satisfied are you with Rebirth overall? Please visit the Boosterrific Polls page to view results for this week's poll.
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Friday, December 16, 2016
Take that, Peter Platinum!
Last week's poll question: Who do you consider to be Booster Gold's arch-nemesis? (64 votes)
Attention novice comic book writers: if you want to create an arch enemy for your hero, have him kill off the hero's best friend. Presto. Instant arch-nemesis!
Honestly, I would have thought the Royal Flush Gang would have made a better showing. I suppose it is hard to be taken seriously when you always lose to a B-list hero.