What's up, everyone. GOD-sSs-END here. As most of you know, I'm a big fan of starting small and building up from there based on need. Sometimes I get ahead of myself, but rarely do I spend money when I get off track. If I've learned anything from starting and running a gaming community, it's that you must take measured steps. Here's a step for your community that is an absolute no-brainer: Build a basic website for your gaming community. Why? There are lots of reasons to build a site. Here are the top three. 1) Of course, the number-one reason is that you can build a site for FREE. And by "FREE," I mean the website is FREE for life, as long as all you need is a basic site. 2) The number-two reason for building a site is that apps like Discord are a blackhole for online content. If you rely on Discord to grow your community, you're at a disadvantage. The article I linked explains why. 3) The number-three reason is that a website allows you to further develop and communicate your brand. Even if you run a casual gaming community or don't have many members, brand consciousness is a must. Here's a simple, step-by-step guide on how to build a basic site for your gaming community.
BTW, this guide is great regardless of whether you need a site for a gaming community or not. COVID has changed our world, and more people are looking to generate extra income online. A website can help. You can build a store using product fulfilment services. You can run paid ads through a blog. You can build training guides and offer visitors access to your information through subscriptions. The list goes on. But you have to start somewhere, and this guide is it. If you have any questions, I'm all ears and definitely here to help. Use them comments section below to reach out. I'll get back to you pronto. Good luck, GOD-sSs-END (aka David Allen Farrell)
Training Camp Architect