Over the past few months, we’ve been making tweaks and fixes to Anime Herald. We’ve streamlined our front-end and cleaned up our back, in order to to improve our overall experience. And, while we still have a few changes and upgrades to make in the future, we’ve hit a point where The Herald can run efficiently on its own.
With this out of the way, it’s time for us to focus our priorities toward becoming the publication you want us to be. After three years, eight hundred articles, and dozens of reviews, we’re going to be having a discussion about where we want to go next.
Over the weekend, we’ll be hosting another meeting of the minds. By that, I mean that we’ll be gathering a collection of Herald members, and close acquaintances to discuss how we can continue to serve you, dear readers, and how we can continue to meet your expectations as readers, and serve your needs. I know that we still have a long way to go at this point. And, while we’ve earned your trust, we’d love to have the opportunity to earn far more.
As always, I want to thank you for your readership and your support. Your opinions are important to us, and we appreciate your input on where we should go next. So please, do comment, or contact us on Facebook, Twitter, or the like, and let us know if there’s anything that you, as readers, want to see from us.