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Old 04-24-2012, 07:42 PM   #15
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Old 04-26-2012, 03:11 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by bsirby
”… I am adding this to my favorites as well. It's good to have another source of information and since I will not go to the other RV sites, I will give yours a try. If it turns out to be like the other RV sites, then I will not go there anymore. Good luck!

Clarification…what “other RV sites” are you referring to that you won’t visit…and wouldn’t it make sense to look over/review a site before deciding to add it to your favorites?

Originally Posted by Ed-Sommers
’…In my opinion, there is nothing there that can, or has been, answered here at this, or other long established sites…
You’re assuming that those who are new to RV’ing are going to instantly know to come to this, or any other RV related forum and instantly go searching for answers to their questions, when it’s just as easy for them to fire up their favorite web browser and using their favorite search engine, type in a question they’re looking for answers to..which unfortunately if they do, this forum won't always come up in the search engines!

And FWIW, some of the long-established sites I’m sure you’re referring to, are not going to be found in the search-engines for everything someone might be looking for!

Originally Posted by bustersbud
RogueRVer, please tell me more!
Before I do, let me ask you a few simple questions:

* Who would benefit the most from this blog?
New RV’ers
Seasoned RV’ers

* Are you treating this blog as a hobby or a possible side-income-producing business?

* Do you want visitors to spend as much time on your blog as possible, or do you just want them to click on a link and go to another website?

Let me know the answers to the questions above and if needed, I’ll send you a PM!



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Old 04-26-2012, 03:56 AM   #17
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Wow, if you put that site together you did a bang up job. Thanks for sharing and I have put it in my favorites. I'm sure this will help us out down the road.
X2 for sure, thanks.
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Old 04-26-2012, 08:34 PM   #18
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Great start to a fine website!

I would add a little more color and pictures to keep their attention.

I had never seen the Boondocking swap site and I really like it!

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Old 04-27-2012, 05:16 AM   #19
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Thanks for all the positive comments.
I've been in the RV biz since 1978 and I'm here because I love RVing(we are full timers). The focus is for new RVers with lots of content for the more experienced as well. The feedback I'm getting so far says that both groups are enjoying it.
I enjoy doing it, I think that's obvious, so it's a great hobby but a little extra cash never hurt anyone. I'm looking to take it where ever it goes.

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