Discuss: What Would You Change About Film School Rejects?

It is likely that I will regret asking this question, but I feel it to be an important one. As an editor and website owner, I find the feelings of our readers about what we do to be the most important information available me. It is no secret that we run a business around here — we’re building the careers of writers, many of whom work for us on a basis that can only be described as volunteer.  We are also building a movement, creating a brand and trying to deliver that which our audience demands: the best content on the movie blogosphere.

Over the years, we’ve had a lot of success with our content and our design. And believe it or not, we’ve been using the current site design and content plan for over two years — a fact that seems unbelievable, considering how often it changed during our first two. And while it has served us well, we’ve gone as far as we can with FSR version 2.0. It is time to move on to something new, something updated and something that will better serve our readers.

With that in mind, we need your opinions. Our team has a long list of changes (in both design and content) that we’ll be looking at, but we also want to know what you think. It leads me to the question of the day:

If you could change one thing about your Film School Rejects (design, content, features on the site, etc), what would it be? Note: Please don’t say “get rid of ____” or “don’t let Cole Abaius write anymore articles”… Those are not productive answers, no matter how true they may be.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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