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The far flung and more remote regions of the site are ...

ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
25 Sep 2009 10:44AM
...perhaps a little neglected - but how easy are they to access.

Having used the challenge area once or twice and even uploaded an exhibition recently (yeh check it out its called Sail and its still there) which has been seen by four people, a site moderator and five avatars - I started thinking about those far flung regions where nobody goes.

It would be interesting to know in terms of 'traffic' what gets the attention and what gets neglected. From this it might be possible to come up with ways to make these other corners of the site even more exciting and alluring.

Maybe they need their own distinct character (branding almost) or maybe they need to be better integrated so links between the main site areas and the remote ones are easy and painless. Or maybe just better signposting?

Has anyone been to the outer regions and what was their experience when they were there (!984 ish? and Winston Smith like).

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GreyMoonRising 9 1.5k 1
25 Sep 2009 10:51AM
My portfolio for one...bliss Smile
ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
25 Sep 2009 11:53AM
I'll check yours out if you'll check mine ... Ooops!!
elkiebrooks 15 83 5 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2009 12:12PM
Could have worded that better.
Cephus 13 2.4k England
25 Sep 2009 12:44PM
What about the unanswered topics region of the forum?
There are 58 pages to explore.

LensYews 9 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2009 1:54PM
The header on each comment on the forum has sufficient space, perhaps a link could be added here to any portfolio, blog, exhibition or meeting meetings updates the member has added in the last say day/week/month

Another idea might be to integrate the comments sections of the reviews etc (which I suspect are what draw a lot of people to the site in the first place), with the forums, so there is cross over and more take up of the forums.

I'd also like to be scenario specific group reviews, eg. bird photography - which body & lens combination makes the ideal pairing for that situation, or which lens/body and flash for weddings, etc. There are lots of reviews of bodies, or lenses or group tests of those, but few reliable real world tests out there.


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