Monday, August 20, 2007

Moving on up

I've once again been given the privilege of writing a blog post here at "The Sports Flow" about what's next for this blog. We have grown as a blog, a lot, in the past few months. Joe & Stefan have both agreed that it's time to move to the next best thing; a stand-alone website. Before jumping to conclusions about what this means for the blog, let me explain a few things. First of all, this won't be an instantaneous move. The plan is to slowly migrate you, the readers, over to the new website. Why would you want to move to the website you ask? The website will offer a much more interactive experience for everyone who visits the blog. For example, you will be able to have your own personal profile that you can customize to show off your favorite sports teams. I don't want to give off a lot of details yet as I just started construction on the site and there are some new features I think Stefan & Joe want to disclose to you themselves. Some features on the site I can assure you of include a forum, members database with customizable profiles, and a gallery of the hottest sports photos.

In terms of the blog itself, new posts by Joe & Stefan will be posted here at Blogger and at the new website. While you can continue to use this blog to read the latest sports buzz, it will be much more beneficial to register at the site and read them there. This is because of various features we plan to introduce that will allow users to better share their opinions about sports. The new site will help pull the people that frequent this blog into a sports enthusiast community.

Before I go, I want to invite you to offer up suggestions of features you would like to see implemented on the site. Your input will be crucial so that I can develop the site to best fit the community.

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