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10-02-2007 @ 12:41PM
There are already several WoW-exclusive social networking sites out there, as well as some WoW-oriented apps for the regular SN sites (I recommend that everyone check out "I Play WoW" for Facebook). Those are already going about as strongly as they're going to.A "me too" offering by one of the internet's megacorporations isn't going to go very far. In fact, just having the AOL brand on it repels a lot of people.And also, we don't need a social networking site for WoW. WoW IS social networking. When I want to talk to my guildies, I play the game, or go to my guild forums, or realm forums.
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