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2-17-2009 @ 3:09PM
Why are you still writing about these clowns? They have no legitimate business plan and fill no niche in a market. All they have is (apparently) the marketing knowhow to get their names put in one of the larger warcraft blogs.If I come up with some hair-brained idea for a wow website, will you write about it too?
2-17-2009 @ 4:32PM
As stupid as their first plan was, they were obviously not actually trying to scam anybody. Since their first plan exploded (as nearly everybody predicted) they seem to have gone with a safer, better route. While I personally am not going to use their service, I am watching them with interest to see how they do with their new, less failing business model.
2-17-2009 @ 4:37PM
I didn't say I thought they are scamming, I just think they have a stupid idea that's only splash is the fact that WOWInsider keeps writing about them.
2-18-2009 @ 12:40AM
And that's exactly why their name is big, that's why people know about them. Cause WoW Insider advertised them.Wish they'd do that for my WoW site lol.
2-18-2009 @ 5:55AM
Wowinsider also keeps writing about machinma, the guild, Guild drama, Diablo 2 and starcraft as well as other things.It's wow related it has a chance of hitting the blog and i'm suprised this baffles you. Additionally once WoWinsider writes about something(Which you know they already have on this subject) then obviously, chances are, if there is any new information regarding the item they'll write about it again with the new news.It suprises me that you need to ask why they need to write about it.
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