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My new web site for wargamers is up and running.
Please feel free to check out and if you like add "What's new" page to your bookmarks.
In fact, I would say my website has gone from a computer strategy game site to anything to do with war, with the main emphasis on gaming, board or computer.
GN is Brants excellent site called GrogNews - see his latest post for the link and bookmark it. It is well good.
Reef - Joseph is right, as I run my own website, and it is important to keep a regular flow of new material, updates, videos, reviews etc, as this will encourage visitors to keep returning.
Another angle you could look at is to join wargaming webrings, that also gets people visiting. I do find in rewarding, but when I first started, I have found at times difficult to keep new material flowing because I kept the subject matter on my website to computer wargames, but I ended up in expanding it to board games, books etc, as long as it was concerned with strategy games. This broadened the material I could use or talk about on my site, which makes updating a lot easier.
Good luck with your new wargaming blog. Speaking from my own experience -- I launched my own self-produced blog about twenty-two months ago -- it has become clear to me that if you manage to keep adding new content, you will attract more and more visitors as time goes by. The real trick, of course, is to keep plugging away -- particularly once the novelty and initial excitement wears off -- with an ongoing stream of fresh and interesting material for your visitors. It that sense, this type of blogging can often seem a lot like a second job! But it can also be very rewarding, as well.
That being said, best regards and good luck with your blogging!
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