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|08-21-13 09:43 PM|
Originally Posted by Adramalech View Post
|08-21-13 03:04 PM|
sounds interesting I'll be keeping my eyes peeled on that,
on the hobbhy articles part, I can see GW trying to charge for it or ask monehy for exclusive content.
|08-21-13 02:25 PM|
Simple it shall be a pay to view website. It makes sense after all they removed all content that told you about the hobby made you pay for a flyer that they give out at wal-mart for free. So the next logical step is to view a model you pay x amount or by month/year sub.
Or even better in order to excess the website you need to enter a valid credit card. It will be like a 1960's peep show. They will show you all but the goodies and make you pay for that.
|08-21-13 01:40 PM|
|Adramalech||Honestly, if your life is made so crappy by the fact that GW prices are worse in Australia, why not move to Florida or Arizona here in the US? It'd be about the same climate...|
|08-20-13 02:06 PM|
|neilbatte||Hopefully it will be easier to navigate than the crap we have now and more hobby content could only be a good thing but I wont hold my breath.|
|08-20-13 10:37 AM|
|Jace of Ultramar||
Originally Posted by Battman View Post
|08-20-13 05:22 AM|
Originally Posted by Jacobite View Post
|08-20-13 03:54 AM|
|Battman||Sounds quite interesting wonder how this will fit into their money grabbing ways high model sales?|
|08-20-13 02:24 AM|
Hopefully it's more successful than the redesigned WD has been.
Personally I can't see hobby articles making a return to GW site unless it's in a pay to view section.
|08-20-13 02:18 AM|
GW Launching New Site in 2014
EDIT: From the comments section:
EDIT: Finally located the shareholder statement and the information:
"Our online shop is doing well. Sales are up to £14.4 million from £13.1 million. During the year we built a new one and will be testing it over the coming year. It is planned to be fully operational in April 2014. The online world is in constant flux. New things become possible, new ways of behaving become the norm, legislation requires extra safeguards, and so on. We need to continually invest and change to ensure it remains a pleasant shopping experience for our customers."