Getting organic traffic is becoming increasingly time consuming, highly competitive and difficult for new entrants into web businesses. The easy way out for them is to buy traffic which is precisely targeted towards their user base and consumers so that they can straightaway get their business up and running from day one. There are many tools which allow you to buy traffic, each has its own characteristic and requires a considerable level of expertise to master. If you donot play the game right, you will loose money in the process and your competitors can pry over your weakness. So it is advisable to get some expert advice before you venture out into buying paid traffic for your website. Listed below are some tools that allow you to buy traffic based on your keyword, geographical locality, targeted niche and other factors. Remember money cannot buy you everything. There is also a thing called quality which is very much a huge priority for these service providers and if you keep a good … [Read more...] about Top Resources And Tools For Smart Bloggers
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Perhaps the most interesting note for MOBAs is that longer matches equates to longer average playtimes equates to higher play rates. While match times are fairly similar for other genres, there is a big disparity in MOBAs. Battlerite is a fast game, but it appears more people would rather play a longer DOTA 2 match than 3-4 short Battlerite matches. Additionally, Project: Gorgon and Final Fantasy XIV are more old school – requiring more time to get anything done. Their play rates and playtimes are both fairly healthy. Perhaps being able to login for a quick 10 minute activity isn’t best for a game’s optimal health? … [Read more...] about The Statistically Most Casual Multiplayer Genres
This past Iron Banner for example she brought Class Items, Helms, Fusion Rifles and Scout Rifles, so when you add to it the chance of an Artifact or Ghost Shell dropping which is always the case with Iron Banner that gives you six possible items you can get at the end of matches, out of the total 10 slots that you eventually need to raise your light. There are also four bounties that you can complete each time the event runs, and two reward gear drops, and the other two reward weapon drops… that can drop something that in the current months assortment of items. The absolute best case scenario is that you save these until the end of the week because they will reward you based on your current equipped light levels… and hopefully by the end of the tournament you will have bumped up your light a bit. There is also a catch up mechanic that makes gaining faction with the Iron Banner faster on your alts, so in theory I try and run multiple characters through at a … [Read more...] about 400 Light Solo
Now let’s move on to gods. I’m going to start with my favorite because I’m biased and there’s nothing you can do to stop me: Ares! No Escape can no longer be countered with line-of-sight issues. That means Ymir can’t just throw up his wall to survive. That’s what most of the chat was whinging about, that now that guardians with less mobility can’t escape a move can’t “No escape”. Seems fitting, if you ask me. It’s not like Cabraken or Ymir can’t just burst Ares down, either. No more ducking around a corner to get out of the ult, now you need to have immunity from CC. Build smarter, you bunch of dorks. Man, Cerberus got some serious love in this patch, and I think he needed it. He just lacked range and had a pretty high skill cap for his Paralyzing Spit. Speaking of, Paralyzing Spit now goes through walls and had some adjustments to reflect the targeter. It will feel more obvious what … [Read more...] about Hirez Roundup #22: Makafushigi Adventure
I’m not saying all hope is lost. I’m saying we need to flatten the playerbase’s power and change our focus. PlanetSide 2 is a good example of a modern MMO, but it didn’t seem to catch on. What I liked was that even though it was mostly (PvP) combat focused, players of all levels could drop in, find a place they were needed, and be on a team without needing a lobby, arbitrary player cap, or “end of round.” Darkfall’s transportation system prevented it from being quite as accessible, but the idea that I could be useful to a guild even as a gatherer/supply runner/scout on day 1 was a big part of the game’s stickiness. It’s why the death of EverQuest Next still feels relevant to me: the idea of the game world being in constant threat, being something we all interact with but can access on similar levels. Give us multiple gameplay options, not just combat. We need more entertainers and deep crafting mechanics that interact with the … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: Are MMOs designed for ‘low-skill gamers’?