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9-02-2009 @ 7:03AM
Wow so if I spend an hour on a site and 10 bucks for a web address could I get some crappy site featured on WI? I mean really... This site has hardly any pics and you cant even scan through pics while looking at one like with a next button or clicking on the pic. WIs image viewing system is a lot better than this 10 minute blog based on viewer submission. Spend some more time at your site and learn the coding/legal issues before submitting it for advertisement and WI either dont buff up a friends site or actually look at the links before posting.
9-02-2009 @ 8:07AM
So easy to criticize isn't it? :)Fact remains that WI put it up because they see the potential in the site (which has only been live for 3 days btw).It must be difficult to live in a world where the need to criticize others is so hard to resist.Trust me, there's a reason our other site was made an official fan site, and this site will be no different.P.s... I really do pity you.
9-02-2009 @ 8:43AM
Now you are just being silly. Don't try to pull your 10 year old pity crap with me. First you tried to get away with reselling copyrighted material. Blizz cracking down on WoW related material for resale has been all over the internet. If you payed any attention to other bloggers/fan sites you would have seen posts about this and , for some of them, post of them taking down Cafepress type merch of Blizz items. Second, you dont really have a site yet. Anyone can spend a few hours on a site and then do nothing with it. I have almost 900 screen shots on my photobucket account. You could have spent some time taking some good screen shots and beefed up your site before trying to advertise it. I let my blog run for 4 months before I told anyone about it. I spent time posting, doing graphics, and writing how-to's to make sure once I did advertise it people would see something that was in full production instead of a work in progress. Get some more of your own screen shots up and work on the photo viewer before trying to get people to bookmark your site. Using Google Image Viewer or searching Photobucket is more useful than your site is atm.
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