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6-28-2007 @ 5:04PM
What I find interesting is the amount of coverage this transaction is getting in the WoW community. Unfortunately, most of it is negative, but as the saying goes, there is no bad publicity.What it boils down to is that the WowHead guys built a fantastic site on their own time, and managed to make a tidy profit from doing something they enjoyed. As long as the content stays at or above the level it is now, and the server speed stays consistent (in other words, WH doesn't turn into turtlebot), I don't really care what the ads say. Quite honestly, I never look at them anyway, and most of the people I've talked to ignore them as well.As I've posted before, if I see talk of a design overhaul and the site loses the quality it has now, I'll be the first to jump ship. Until then, I'll keep using it when I need the extra info.
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