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ShopTo Video Content: Your Opinion Counts


We've already posted a few unique videos thanks to our new video editor and now we'd like your opinion.

What do you think of the videos so far? What did you like and what do you dislike? Most importantly what type of video content would you like to see.

We are learning all of the time, but we think it's important to ask your opinion on the type of content you'd like to see.

So please comment below and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel using the highlighted text.

If you have any other comments regarding the news site (no comments on shop / service or where you order is please), then please post them below.

Edited On 09 Oct, 2013

Comments
( 11 )
Voltsy's avatar
Voltsy 3 years ago
Looking at the channel it seems a little bland, The Shopto racking machine video is interesting, more videos like that would be nice or Shopto deals and exclusives in video form ( The out this week video & reviews are great to ). Looking at the current content it seems that it could use some work, like better tagging,title and thumbnails to make it more appealing. Hope this helps.
Joe2120's avatar
Joe2120 3 years ago
Thanks very much, your feedback is appreciated.
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Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
Not had a chance to look at the youtube channel yet but I did like the whats out this week video.
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juvan1le 3 years ago
I think it would be good instead of just posting videos, get a presenter or a youtube gamer/commentator to provide content
Whitey's avatar
Whitey 3 years ago
It would be cool if you started doing like a stream once a week where you ask your followers and community members what game they would like to see that week and then do a live stream gameplay which you could also get us involved to play some online games. Not sure if you have the time to do something like this, but would be kind of nice, like what Gamesspot do with their random encounter.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 3 years ago
Tbh that would be great Whitey
Joe2120's avatar
Joe2120 3 years ago
Some great comments, keep them coming and thank you for your feedback. :)
juvan1le's avatar
juvan1le 3 years ago
Id also say dony copy other gaming sites though, we dont need another IGN gamespot etc
Whitey's avatar
Whitey 3 years ago
Of course not copy anyone, but just throwing out video trailers and news isn't really enough to stand out, IGN and GS are too big already and cover everything already. I think a way of connecting to the community members somehow is a better choice.
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Darren 3 years ago
Yes I agree with Whitey, if you want to do this, you need to have a Community Strategy and a Community Manager, why you are doing it and what the goals are. That will make it easier to help you decide what is relevant. There are so many sources of information out there in terms of exclusive videos, news etc, what are you offering that is any different and why are you offering it. Needs to tie up with Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/You Tube etc.. If you decide to do it, then make it personable and have a small team introducing/ playing the latest games or maybe games that you have on offer. Maybe some walk throughs and top competitions. If it were my community, id invite devs across for chats on the forum/twitter, events every week, competitions every week, maybe a podcast too talking about main releases and news in general. Some interesting story of the week from readers would be good, for instance, I reserved my PS4 whilst on adventures in Peru and with the time differences and keeping up with the news back home was a challenge. My one moan so far is the 20 second advert before the promo shop to video. It was un-necessary and although the main video was interesting, it didn't really fit in with all the other game videos. Hope all of this helps
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KEVIN 3 years ago
The racking machine should have been filmed during the gta v release shipping, would have really shown what it can do

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