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Gaming 'Content'


Ctrl.Alt.Elite

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Hi,

I've recently created my own gaming website but I am really struggling on the content

At the moment I just have a few reviews, previews and so on but I feel like it will never take off because there are so many of these sites around

I'm unsure on how to go about having something more original than just a games review site and pretty much have come to a mind block..

Does anyone have any suggestions on what I could do for content?

Here is the link - click here
Any suggestions or feedback is very much appricated
(if you're using something like NoScript for firefox, you will need to allow the site for the page to look how its meant to be)

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Chris the Ancient

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At the moment I just have a few reviews, previews and so on but I feel like it will never take off because there are so many of these sites around
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That really sums it up. You are going into a flooded market.

Then, you make it more awkward by your limitations for Firefox users by by 'excluding' NoScript.

From my point of view, time to rethink?

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