Is this a normal language learning thing that all you language learners do on purpose, or is it embedded in the deep part of your psyche that you ignore all language learning platforms that actively come to you with a collaboration? I mean, we send you posts every day with this kick-ass language learning content that was thought of sincerely by a struggling brainstorming graduate student living in Japan, and yet nobody reads these blog posts?! Are you freaking’ kidding’ me?!
-An Opening Introduction To This Rant
Author: Kiandro, L-Lingo Content Creator
Listen, folks. L-Lingo is a small team. We have three people working around the clock to assure that you have the most inspirational, compelling, creative content available and surprise surprise, nobody reads any of it. Let me tell you all when my fingers began to bleed from writing The Imaginary Friend Technique; I had tears streaming down my face because I thought, “Oh my gosh, this is freakin’ gold. How many language learners talk to themselves every day and only to have their words fall on deaf ears? Like only ALL of them.”
And then, there was the immersion method article I wrote, an amalgam of innovative genius infused with meaningful life experiences. But yet it fell deaf on the ears of language learners.
We write these language learning techniques because we care about our language learners. This is L-LINGO L, Freakin’ Lingo, the language learning platform that shares a special bond with its audience. You know, as language learners, we have to vent sometimes to express our frustration of no progress. So this is me venting at the idea of nobody reading these off the wall, amazing, uniquely written articles.
When The Creative Language Series first started, it was nothing more than a pipe dream. But now it has amassed over 60 language learning articles, each one of them either focusing on topics of effectiveness, motivation, or immersive experiences. I’m not going to be humble here. It’s, kind of badass, if I, the writer, Kiandro do say so myself.
So what’s the problem here Kiandro?
The problem is this content takes time to create. And I’m not talking about regular “I’ll just use an hour of my lifetime.” Oh no, I’m talking about “I have to spend one QUALITY hour to think of a topic plus another QUALITY hour to draft an outline and another QUALITY hour to write the content. Do you see that word QUALITY? That means that this is top-notch, “You don’t see this kind of stuff anywhere else,” kind of content.
I’m honestly disappointed in all of you. Well, not all of you, there have been some faithful language blogs and websites that have been super cooperative with us, and we’re thankful for that. But for those of you language enthusiasts who I take the time to find, draft up a collaboration request and then not even get so much of a response or click back shame, shame on you all.
Let’s go over on what you’re missing out on by blatantly ignoring our blue and red obnoxious logo in your emails.
Please pay close attention to the last one, because that’s the selling point of our offers. Kiandro, or as I call him, me, has devoted an incredible amount of time and patience to L-Lingo. So much so that the first person doesn’t apply to him when he is writing these articles.
Okay, seriously, though, if I were to give an L-Lingo review as an outsider or someone wanting to work with us, here’s what I would say.
A Unique Language Learning Platform With Genuine Team Members and A Living Personality.
L-Lingo doesn’t just feel like an ordinary language learning website. Sure it uses a flashcard spaced repetition method, but this isn’t what makes it so unique. The key feature to L-Lingo that makes it so powerful is its community outreach. L-Lingo relies on the language community to improve, adapt, and learn new information.
You can tell this is true because of the content in the emails and in the articles and infographics they provide. There is so much creativity and personality within each article that it makes you wonder, “Just how much are any language learners capable of learning?” It was all you ever need to keep motivated throughout your language learning journey, and the L-Lingo team makes sure of it.
It is highly recommended!
Just read the content and interact with us more. We’re practically dying to get as much feedback as possible from our language learners. But, that can’t happen if there is no “back” to the “feed.” The feed-in this case being the blog with over 60 different article posts.
Share our stuff to your social media pages even. If you haven’t noticed by now, our blog went through a massive style update (this update included social media buttons). So read and share, we’ll be waiting for your feedback in this ghost town of a blog.