Massively OP Podcast: Episode 5

It’s been one doozy of a busy week here at Massively Overpowered, between our Kickstarter campaign conclusion, PAX East, studios closing, games celebrating anniversaries, and a certain alpha revving up. Can we sum it up in a single hour? The podcast fairies will sprinkle their magic dust and make it happen!

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Cyroselle
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Cyroselle

Or hard. True difficulty is nice too, and feels better than simply Time Served.

Cyroselle
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Cyroselle

It’s like you’ve got Spidey senses or something, or maybe you’re just a regular listener to the show. ;)

Celestia
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Celestia

Why didn’t I listen to the podcast before the site moved?  Fun banter between you guys in addition to a well-rounded wrap up of the week’s news.  Good times!

Ghostmourn
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Ghostmourn

breetoplay RingofVoid , I build my first couple gaming rigs from Newegg and we order parts for work from Newegg/Amazon I’ll keep that in mind :)

ArbiterLibera
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ArbiterLibera

Zulika_Mi_Nam Yeah, that surprised me. Nice to see it brought, if only to maybe raise awareness.

Viaron
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Viaron

If your SWGEmu account or character was banned, you can submit a petition to inquire about it at support.swgemu.com.
-Former SWGEmu Staff

bossrprouse
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bossrprouse

RingofVoid Usually ad services, like the one I’m working at, look at a bunch of metrics of their ad campaigns, like the ones that run on this site. One of the big ones is click through rate, which is how many people clicked on that ad that loaded for them. Nowadays they look at many other metrics like retention, which is how often that person goes back and reuses that site, and conversion, which is how many people that clicked bought something from that site or signed up, etc. Now click through rates are still very important, but ad companies don’t depend on them alone anymore to determine its success.
In the end, it does help Massively for clicking on their ads, but it helps a lot more when you are in the market for something, say on newegg and use their ad on MassivelyOP to go to them then buy it.

agemyth
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agemyth

Heavily produced and scripted video content doesn’t make sense today when you can just turn on OBS and instantly broadcast to your audience. I know you all are writers and you are far more comfortable with that than conducting live video, but if you have to write scripts for video content you could more easily make that an article.

I watch Twitch streams for many of the same reasons I listen to podcasts. The streamers/hosts opinions or experiences are entertaining in some way. That whole “personality” thing is something I would like to see more of from you guys. Try popping in the streams with Mike or MJ sometimes (voice, not just text!).

Reihen
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Reihen

Xijit Sounds to me like you’re just burned out on MMOs. Traditional MMOs are all about progression and the slower it is, typically the more rewarding a player feels.

agemyth
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agemyth

Cali_ckn You can only call them “mop” if you also call us page clickers “mop heads” :)

I just call them Massively.