We Have Some Changes in the Works!
Over the next few months our new Editor Dan Havlik will be implementing some content and design changes to the magazine, and we’re interested in hearing from our readers regarding what components of Shutterbug you like best and new elements you’d like us to consider. Likewise, we’re working on ways to make shutterbug.com even more compelling, easier to navigate and more attractive—with a number of additional interactive features to help you become more engaged with us and other readers.
As for social media, many of you are regular visitors to our Facebook page—posting images, joining discussions about photographic news and equipment, and communicating with other Shutterbug fans. Just recently Shutterbug became active on Twitter and we encourage everyone to follow us: @Shutterbugmag.
We hope you are participating in the Shutterbug community via all our various platforms, and we trust you will like what you see moving forward as we pursue our dual goal of assisting you in making informed purchasing decisions with the industry’s most authoritative product reviews, and helping you improve and broaden your skills with comprehensive tutorials on a wide variety of topics.
In the meantime, if you want to share you thoughts as we embark on this multifaceted project, feel free to do so on our Facebook page. We’ll be paying close attention to your comments in the “Posts to Page” section, and we appreciate your help.
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