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4-24-2007 @ 7:46PM
Ok..This is for Guild Officers or Guild MastersUPDATE YOUR WEBSITE!As a 70 mage, I have been looking for a guild for about 3 months. I have seen too many forum posts stating that people are needed for a guild.But, you go to the website and it reads that all positions are full.What is the point of having a guild website if it is never kept up to date.Also, Several websites don't cover very simple questions and concerns. This is mostly for raiding guilds but can transfer over.1. How is loot distributed in raid.2. Do you use Vent or TS? Is either required?3. Do you raid?4. If you do raid, How often do you raid?5. If you do raid, What has your raid progression been like?6. If you do raid, Do you have any raid requirements? Besides being key'd or attuned for the raid?7. If someone isn't attuned or key'd what kind of assistance can they get to meet those requirements?8. How many members are in your guild?9. How many accounts to members?10. How many people are signed in on average during the day? And at what times?11. Are you looking for new applicants?12. What classes/specs are you looking for?13. What do I as an applicant expect to get from you in regards to the application process? Hence, Some guilds require that you go on several runs or raid with them. 14. When will I hear back from you regarding my application?You know, these are questions that anyone should ask a guild when they are applying or looking at applying.And adding these answers right on the website means that you don't have several applicants asking them later.Maybe even have a place to show loot progression.I'd like to know how well your guild is doing as well.Just a though.Garbane - Uther, Still guildless and looking for a raiding guild. PST!
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