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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-16-2010, 06:38 PM
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Shameless plug: After fielding dozens of requests from friends/family for info on finding good snowboarding deals over the winter, I decided to start my own snowboarding bargain site. Still getting it off the ground, but would be open to any suggestions from the snowboarding forum community. I plan to make a user review section over the summer that will allow visitors to review gear in a slick lil interface, and am working with some programmers to allow visitors to share deals they found from different boardshops.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-16-2010, 08:18 PM
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Site looks clean and nicely laid out. Will definitely pay it a visit as you add more content in the future.
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very cool, didn't even know about gearslash. Another money pit, great.
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Looks nice, but if you dont want people looking in and going "oh, its a bunch of discount crap from 5 years ago", you really need to add a bit to your descriptions. If you want people to go to your site then really a bit of editorial wouldnt go amiss, i mean the question, since you have only three decks, that im asking myself is "why are these three such a bargain? whats special about them?" Remember, your website can potentially generate revenue so you need to get people there, which means you need to put a little bit of work into more than just the presentation. Product descriptions really wont cut it
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