I want to hear from *you*

Written by on December 10, 2015 in To Be Filed with 6 Comments


Can you do me a favour? You are already reading this, so please continue on and give me some feedback.

I have been sending out rosacea news updates for many years now. You might have even been getting my commentary and updates, free, in your inbox for several years yourself. Now I’m asking you to return the favour and reply to me.

I’m considering what form future email and web site updates might take. It takes many hours to find, research, curate, prepare and send high quality and original information from the world of rosacea.

What do you like to hear about and what would you like to hear more about? Did you find information that you didn’t see anywhere else, so was a way for you to stay abreast of the field?

A few more questions.

  • Do you think that recently diagnosed rosacea sufferers would be willing to pay say $20 for a new rosacea sufferers handbook – containing the latest and greatest information about how to treat rosacea?
  • What would you have been willing to pay for a handbook when you first joined?
  • Would there be any value for you to pay a small monthly fee to keep getting updates from Rosacea News ?

Please either reply to this email or leave a comment below and let me know about your story, why do you keep reading Rosacea News, and your thoughts and ideas of what you’d like to see in 2016.

many many thanks,
all the best for 2016,
David Pascoe

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About the Author: David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998. .

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6 Reader Comments

  1. Karen Pickett says:

    I was researching skincare for Rosacea. One company appeared to be very prominent in their internet based advertising. Your website was the first one that I came across that actually had a review of the product. I read through several of your blog postings and was impressed that you are citing the actual study information from the medical research. This shows me that you are concerned with providing the reader/patient with the tools and information that they need to learn how to deal with they physical and emotional aspects of this disorder. Something to consider going forward might be to provide a brief summary of your daily blog….whetting the appetite of your audience to continue reading the rest of the article. I would personally like to see some updates on the link between food, diet, and supplement usage as these are the areas that we can make the conscious decision to implement the recommendations. I would also be willing to provide some level of monitory support providing that this option would take into account those of us who live in the US who might be concerned about the exchange rate differences.

  2. Love your site I like to see more about the medicine that could help the redness n burning. Would I pay yes a small fee this is a great site. Ps I think there is a operation for the flushing I like to learn more about this thank you.

  3. Ethel says:

    Absolutely! Any person who has read and joined your site, should definitely contribute. I will definitely do that. I am very interested in the “Afrin” studies for the stinging and burning. Any news on that front?? Plus IPL is also something I am interested in. Would you use the PayPal system which seems like a good idea? The time and effort that you have given this site is truly amazing, David. I thank you.
    Let me know!!!! 🙂

  4. Maggie says:

    As someone who only recently developed pustules to go with what had only been redness for many years, I am so very happy to have found this site . The pustules take it to a whole new level of embarrassing and I am happy to find others here who understand the frustration and can offer ideas about what has worked for them and also a little emotional support. I would happily pay a small monthly fee to support the site, especially since so much information is already here. THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!

    Also I guess I am less interested in a book but that is only because information seems to change so frequently that I would be worried it would become out-of-date quickly.

    So grateful to know I am NOT ALONE. Many, many thanks!!

  5. robinbot says:

    Thank you for providing this really wonderful site. I’m just “coming out” with my rosacea now and am a bit overwhelmed by how much I need to learn. I also was hoping to show off my latest post on my blog about rosacea and grief. It’s on http://www.robinbotie.com/blog just in case you’re interested. I’m very proud of my illustration. Thanks for being out there. I can’t wait to get the updates and learn about what I can do with my rosacea and now, occular rosacea too. Cheers!

  6. Thank you, David, for your tireless work in bringing together reliable sources, personal stories, and your work in highlighting and informing individuals of the PR and publicity involved in large corporations who create media to reflect ‘news articles’, blogs and the like.
    As a PR student with rosacea, I am reminded that a spin can be placed on all types of information to solicit individuals to spend thousands on ‘snake oil’ treatments. The time you have taken to research and cross-reference information is worth every dollar to the individual who visits your site. There is no shame in seeking out remuneration for the work you put forth. Your site is refreshingly honest and I watch in my inbox daily for the information you have taken time to disseminate.

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