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What would keep you on YourCobalt.com longer?

  • More Cobalt related content

    Votes: 19 82.6%
  • Some interactive games

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • More emails to inform me of new content

    Votes: 1 4.3%
  • More off-topic content

    Votes: 2 8.7%
  • Other (Please post and specify)

    Votes: 1 4.3%

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I come on your site to talk about Cobalts...I left cobaltss.com because the atmosphere was terrible. Cobaltss.net has moderators that are more active and ban bad behaviour -- but they do have too many e-arguements..LoL. I want to discuss cobalt issues without e-argueing. I respect anybody's opinion...and I don't care what they do to their cars...it's too juvenile when people make fun of what others do just because THEY don't like it.
So far everybody on this site is decent so the moderators need to help keep it that way...that's what I want from the moderators. NOOBs should be able to ask questions without the usual "search" and "repost" replies. Some people forget that they started out without knowing too...LoL!
 

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just more interaction of members. im on this site alot. and we have a great community here. but it seems to be the same people posting all the time. but if the site gets to big.....well, most of us have seen what happens. :laugh:
x2. I sometimes browse over on SS.net just cause they have a-lot more post but dont like the negativity that goess on over there and it seems too crowded. I like this forum cause its got some great people and real laid back atmosphere. Keep up the good work Admin and fellow Moderators
 

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I think the site is really starting to pick up lately. The amount of posts per day has just about tripled. The only thing that would really keep me on the site longer is more members, posting more content, more often!
 

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I agree w/Daman, the site seems to be more active. I also agree w/Red - "Every professional started out an amature".
 

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No offense, I feel it's kind of stuffy here. I think more social threads might be good. I enjoy the randomness of css lol But I have noticed the amount of new posts on the rise recently. The other thing like said above is the amount of people posting more often. For example, on css.net I know if I ask a question I'll prob get a couple post within 15 min or so. Here it might take over night. So in the case of needing a quick answer people might be more persuaded to go there. So if there were random threads here while surfing people may notice my new post and answer my question. Basically create the feeling of a "commons" to hang out in.
-Obviously we're going to get a fair amount of Cobalt content, seeing as this is a Cobalt themed forum.
-Games are a cool feature but if I want to play games I'll go to addictinggames.com or something.
-and I don't know about you but I get enough emails crammed in my box by the end of the day, I don't need one every time there's a new post.
So I'm sure you guessed I went with more off-topic content. I'm really happy seeing all the new posts and faces recently, I kind of feel like if we make it feel like social discussions are welcome here more people will start new threads and that will allow the community to grow. I personally used to feel like if I didn't have something that was about my car, no one wanted to hear it here. That's why I started the thread "What's Playing" to get people to post what music they listen to and maybe spark some getting to know each other, however that thread kind of died. I revive it once in a while but it lasts a day or so then dies again. I may be back with more later lol

On another note I always liked it here because, unlike css, constructive criticism (seen above) is well taken here. It rarely results in a "flame war"
 
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