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what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by falkor » Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:56 pm

say for the sake of argument that our site name was bought and the new owner began making a new site for PCSOs using that name
  • what would you like to see for our members in the way of content?
  • what would you prefer NOT to see?
  • should the new owner ask for financial help from members?
  • would you be quite happy to see advertising come in across the new web pages?
  • would you prefer different forums software?
  • would a monthly newsletter be good or do you feel that unnecessary?
  • what should a new website owner focus on most?
this is your chance to express your opinion on what sort of future PCSO site could be created! Jot down your ideas and don't be influenced by what other people say, let's hear what you want! Any future owner could easily ignore your comments or wishes but let's at least see what most members want
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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by Bert Moffat » Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:36 am

You'll be lucky if you get any answers Falk, very few visits to the site after you sold everyone down the river....

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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by The Highway Man » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:15 pm

My forum is here waiting for anyone to join. ;)
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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by falkor » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:57 pm

Bert I really don't get your point, here's the Highway Man crying out for new members on Online-Exiles, just join his new forums! What's the problem? Row your own boat down your own river and if you're as popular as on here, :slwoot: I'm sure you'll quickly ascend the Online Exiles KARMA TOP 20, what's not to like! ? :slby: Once you get there why not do a review of Online-Exiles for us? I'm all ears I promise!! :sltee:

Highway Man how you doing on Online-Exiles? All shored up, totally Independent? Any problems along the way?
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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by Bert Moffat » Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:29 pm

falkor wrote:Bert I really don't get your point
I'm not trying to make a point Falk, just telling it like it is.

You virtually closed the site down overnight without warning, put the name up for sale, and now you appear to be trying to generate interest again when no-one posts any more.

Do us a favour and close it down....

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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by The Highway Man » Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:36 pm

falkor wrote:Highway Man how you doing on Online-Exiles? All shored up, totally Independent? Any problems along the way?
Going great falk, over 70 members now and climbing. We're in the process of designing our very own theme for the forum page, one that's unique that no-one else has. ;)
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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by falkor » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:52 pm

one that's unique that no-one else has. ;) haha never heard of that before, certainly not on this site

I'll keep my eye on your site to see what develops with great interest! :slby:

it's your all time favourite subSilver2 right now, correct!?
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Re: what kind of website should the new owner make?

Post by The Highway Man » Fri Sep 20, 2013 12:30 am

It's subsilver2 at the moment, but my techy admin is designing a brand new forum based on the phpBB3 platform.
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