Level up your newsletter by staying connected to how your readers feel about your content.

Add Feedback Links to any article to start collecting feedback with just one click! Asking for email responses or pointing to a Google Form is too high friction for your readers.

Add Feedback Links to any article to start collecting feedback with just one click! Asking for email responses or pointing to a Google Form is too high friction for your readers.

Live Example

Check out this Substack post (scroll to the bottom)

How it Works

1. Writer Setup (~2 min per article)

First, navigate to your custom link generator page, which you’ll receive when you sign up.

Click generate, after which you’ll see 3 hyperlinks. Now, add these links to your article in whatever way you think is best.

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Here is an example:

The text of “Fantastic” would be hyperlinked to coinsights.substack.social/feedback/give?value=3&articleId=b1e3acda1db8, and the text of “Meh, do better” would be the same except with value=2, and so on.

The text of “Fantastic” would be hyperlinked to coinsights.substack.social/feedback/give?value=3&articleId=b1e3acda1db8, and the text of “Meh, do better” would be the same except with value=2, and so on.

2. Readers Leave Feedback

Readers can leave feedback instantly by clicking on one of the links in the article.

Then, they’ll be taken to a secondary page where they have the option to add text based feedback and their contact information. Even if they navigate away from this page, we still will have collected the initial feedback.

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3. Analyze The Feedback

You’ll receive a report of the feedback via email. If you prefer to view the raw stats in an excel sheet or some comparable medium, let us know and we’ll make it happen for you.

Get Started Now

Want to connect better with your readers? Have some questions? Email shekar@ramaswamy.org or DM Shekar on Twitter with a link to your Substack to get started!