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11-07-2009 @ 8:29AM
I don't necessarily see the issue as a bad thing; it just goes to prove that Blizzard has given us the tools we need in-game for effective guild communication: Guild chat, calendar, MotD, and even character notes. A Guild website should be an extension to the in-game experience, a means to enhance the guild community when players cannot be in-game.As I see it, guild websites are often a stronger tool for recruitment, as it allows possible new guild members to see who you are as a guild, what you've accomplished, and what you're working towards. Having an active website community certainly helps in this regard, but ultimately for a website to support a guild community, your first priority is to support the in-game community, even if its at the expense of the website community. As long as guild members know that out-of-game resources exist, they'll use it at their own leisure.
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