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Member No.: 151
Joined: 25-January 07
-GFX powerhouses are very important... affiliate with a GFX site. -Sim Leagues... they always increase activity -VIP section with maybe PSD cuts, donated packs... other important stuff -Multimedia, i'll post a lot of clips.. I'll post a whole animated avitar post -GFX league, you can have a draft of members and what not...
Group: Global Moderator
Member No.: 32
Joined: 14-August 06
QUOTE (Philliez01 @ Jan 30 2007, 06:36 PM)
That's the problem, Pack. Ty and myself have been doing our part and members such as okiestcowboyalum, turner46, gagne22, mckearney, Fenway and lately firebird have all done our part. But we aren't getting the replies. We are making topics but not many people are replying.
Well the problem now is those members aren't even on the site anymore...I haven't seen anyone of those members in a long time including big posters like fenway gagne turner and okiest...some how we got to get those members bak onto the site....
Member No.: 284
Joined: 19-July 07
I say focus on fantasy. Thats how I got here on the site because its hard to find good leagues to join with real active managers. In past leagues I joined, some of the managers were introduced to sports by way of fantasy sports leagues. Plus we all know that in order to stay competitive in our leagues we have to follow the sport daily ie espn, webs sites like this, etc. Focus on fantasy and everything else will fall in to place. A website that can get you in to good reliable leagues and help you out with info to win those leagues is a goldmine. Thats just my thought on the whole thing.
Member No.: 303
Joined: 9-August 07
Well, one way of getting new people is to "advertise" brute force on ESPN. If you wanted me to do that I could, but again, it's brute force. I referred about 100 people to my old board and out of that we only got about 2-4 regulars. It's very tough to get the strong posters, but it's something you should strive to do.
I've been wanting to do a podcast recently, and I think this would be a great site to do it at. It's something I'm working on.
So far, I'm liking this site, looks like we've got some nice regulars here.