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Topic: How do you Make a Good Website like Nintendo Life?

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GamingTelescope

So I've made my own website and have plenty of pages with my own reviews and thoughts on news and what not, but no one's been coming. Have I been doing it wrong? How do you make a good gaming website?

I am a Big Nintendo fan and spend much of my freetime playing Mario, Zelda and more! My other hobby is my Gaming website, GamingTelescope https://gamingtelescope.blogspot.com/ and looking at Gaming News on NintendoLife!

GamingTelescope

@antdickens So your saying the reason this is a good and popular site is because you've been doing it for 12 years? I know thousands of people won't be on my site overnight but I was looking for some tips to make a good gaming site.

I am a Big Nintendo fan and spend much of my freetime playing Mario, Zelda and more! My other hobby is my Gaming website, GamingTelescope https://gamingtelescope.blogspot.com/ and looking at Gaming News on NintendoLife!

Edelgard

An easy guide on how to make a good website like NintendoLife:

Inspect source code, copy/past in dreamweaver. Bribe all of NintendoLife's personel to work for your new NintendoLife. Done!

Sorry I don't have any actual tips... but you need a team

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Eel

Even easier, buy the site.

How many millions do you have to spare?

Bloop.

My dead channel.

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antdickens

@Sharks in my opinion you need to find something that you are good at, better than other sites, to give you a unique offer and reason for people to keep coming back to your site. It takes a long time to build an audience as the only real promotion is word of mouth and Google.

For instance, hopefully NL is better than most other gaming sites at covering Nintendo, which is our niche.

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RedderRugfish

@antdickens Makes sense. I discovered this place because it had the niche of being the only website that reviewed every DSiware game. If it weren't for that, who knows if I would have gone here?

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MasterJay

Just wondering, what's your website?

And you need lots of features, as in exclusive articles, which they do very well here

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Well excuuuse me princess

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Silly_G

The secret ingredient is clickbait.

An affiliate link to a Link in need is an affiliate Link indeed.

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roy130390

antdickens wrote:

@Sharks in my opinion you need to find something that you are good at, better than other sites, to give you a unique offer and reason for people to keep coming back to your site. It takes a long time to build an audience as the only real promotion is word of mouth and Google.

For instance, hopefully NL is better than most other gaming sites at covering Nintendo, which is our niche.

Eh, you have your moments every now and then ...
Nah, just joking haha, I do like most of the site articles and think that mods, admins and everyone working here do a good work. You for example, are aways kind and work very hard to solve any problem on the site and that's quite appreciated. It also helps that the community is less toxic than on other sites... most of the times.

@Sharks I'm by no means an expert but, as they have recommended you, offering something unique or of good quality and promotion. Try to find different places to promote it, always keeping in mind that they have rules about it. If you are alone on the project or just work with few people, keep in mind that having a pleasant site for users when it comes to the community is quite important, so try to expand along with your site. More users are good, but it also means more work to have everything in orfer.

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