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11-07-2009 @ 9:32AM
We don't tend to have a problem with this, since the majority of our guildies actually *want* to get to know each other. I'm always surprised at guilds who don't have a community out-of-game, for people to hang around in when they should be working etc ;)We've got the forum (obviously), raid signups (the in-game calendar is truly horrendous), guild blogs, monthly awards & nominations, the application form, etc etc and so on. It is of course also a good place to keep a record of all the need-to-know things like Vent info and general guild rules, so nobody can say they didn't know about them.We're often complimented on having a site a little out of the ordinary "free hosted template" genre and a few people have even listed it on their application as one of the things that attracted them to the guild.Get a website, guys!
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