Wednesday, July 19, 2006

A guideline for posting

I just want to thank everyone who comes by, and visits, hopefully we can pick up a few more posters, but the three of us are getting some good dialouge going.

What I am trying to do is post one topic per day relevant to the Husky football program, that is a big goal, but count on me getting close to that goal.

Signing up to post is pretty easy, and it only takes a few minutes to do it. The tone over here is going to analytical, and it is going to be strictly from a rabid fan's point of view. I don't profess to be right all the time, but I think I can be objective enough to come close most of the time.

As far as getting members to come here it is basically word of mouth, if you think the content is worthwhile let a few good posters from a variety of sites know about it. I think if we had a good core group of twenty or so posters we could have a lot of fun, and concentrate on what we feel is most important. Right now with only three guys posting it is pretty fun, so I think we are in good shape.

I got the idea to do this from the various Seattle Mariner blogs that are out there. There are quite a few of them, and they are all very popular. The USS Mariner, Prospect Insider, Dugout Landing, are all terrific places to visit if you like Mariners baseball. Believe it or not there isn't that much on Husky Football outside of Dawgman, Malamute, Brand X, and the Rivals site.

Malamute (Dick Linde) is an excellent historical biographer of Husky football, his site is a must see if you haven't been there yet.

So anyway, if you haven't posted yet, please join us, and let your friends know what we are doing over here so we can get a decent group of diehards going.


hairofthedawg said...

Will you continue this through basketball? I was going to link to the site but figured I'd ask and provide a more accurate description.

Health Insurance Expert said...

I plan to keep it going year around. I don't think it will be that difficult to provide a post to think about on a daily basis.

hairofthedawg said...

cool, hopefully you'll see a referral from me soon, although most of my visitors are audio geeks.

Health Insurance Expert said...

I think the word will get around once the season gets going. People that do visit are likely to stick around after they see the content building.