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How to Improve WildFact into a Bigger Entity

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I'm back! 

I see we have started to gain outside attraction not only from new members/guests coming in, but on other sites as well. Haven't heard from @brotherbear lately, anyone has news on how he is doing?

@brotherbear and I have thought of promoting WildFact on our sites about bears "Domain of the Bears" (ProBoards site), since there was a giant blast of guests and visitors coming in when we regularly posted on that site. Now that @brotherbear's whereabouts are unknown, I have stopped posting to that site for now. I will start posting there again if he doesn't arrive within a week. He has a lot going on right now, and I don't blame him, but I have to help get the site more public and this was both our original project.

About YouTube. I haven't uploaded a video since I left my first year of university (also changed majors from Computer to Construction Engineering), and am currently saving up money from work to pay for a gaming computer and recording equipment for next school year. So I will start recording next year and promote WildFact in some of my videos.

About the business side of WildFact, it looks lik this site (aside from info sites and "animal debate" forums) will be the last and only site about real-life updates on the natural world. In the future, many people will start to visit and join this forum since many of them are taken by the "corporates" and most won't have a chance to see the natural world themselves.
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(07-01-2017, 08:20 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: very impressive growth in terms of numbers, this is more than enough reason for me to continue my work with wild tigers in that b2 picture thread. I slacked hard.

You do that, as the B2 thread is the best-viewed by far (excellent work). The Majingilane thread (started by Sanjay), viewwise, got to second place just a few days ago. Both threads, appealing to many, are about here and now and this is how it should be. The more views they get, the better. The reason is that both species can use all the attention they can get. People got to feel involved in some way. The more involved they get, the better the prospect.
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As a slight update on promoting WildFact, I will begin to share this site on my YouTube channel and promote it through a small clip at each end of my game lets-plays or any other type of video that I record. The clip will come out next week.

Initially, I will upload the small clip here (and "New Mods") for you all to determine if it is good enough for promotion.
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Have any of you thought of starting a podcast? I think it would be a great idea if properly formatted and stuck out (the fall of many podcasts being lack of commitment). Not just factual information can be spoken about but there could also be debates about contemporary issues facing wildlife in this turbulent world and ways of dealing with these. It could grow the wildfact brand exponentially if it gains traction given how popular the medium has become over the past few years.
"When the tiger stalks the jungle like the lowering clouds of a thunderstorm, the leopard moves as silently as mist drifting on a dawn wind." -Indian proverb
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Great idea @Sully
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(09-21-2019, 10:01 PM)Sully Wrote: Have any of you thought of starting a podcast? I think it would be a great idea if properly formatted and stuck out (the fall of many podcasts being lack of commitment). Not just factual information can be spoken about but there could also be debates about contemporary issues facing wildlife in this turbulent world and ways of dealing with these. It could grow the wildfact brand exponentially if it gains traction given how popular the medium has become over the past few years.

A podcast is a really good idea, but my YouTube channel kind of became stagnant due to the a similar reason of lack of commitment lol, due to university and other personal hobbies. I do have a webcam and a professional mic, so after some time (most likely after I graduate in 2021), I can definitely think about posting more often and talking about environmental-related issues more often.

Check out the Ashes Ashes podcast! They talk about a wide diversity of topics including technology, climate change, socio-economic effects of varying industries, and many other topics. They really inspire me to research in my ample free time!
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