We recently received this email: “Would be nice if your website offered more information. The links show graph or lined paper. How many squares per inch? Wide ruled or college ruled? Maybe a glossary for potential new customers who are searching for quality paper, but do not understand what L+M means.”
I asked a blogger friend if this level of detail was important. She felt it was. “When I do journal reviews which had lined paper, I would include the ruling width,” she said. “To people that write big or small, that’s important. I’m not a fan of graph paper, so I’m not sure why people would want to know the dimensions of the squares but if it helps, by all means include it! I say in circumstances like this, more is better.”
What is your opinion? What product specs do you find most valuable for notebooks and journals?
BTW – “L+M” means means “Lined with Margin.” The thumbnail photo next to the caption was supposed to illustrate this, but obviously it didn’t for this person. We’ll change the website to make title clearer.