In an unprecedented move, Vital QPR takes a look at several other unofficial R’s websites currently out there in cyber space and tries to make sense of it all.
Hoop fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to unofficial websites, but which site best caters for your needs?
It doesn’t take a genius to work out that there is a finite number of Rangers fans with internet access, so which site offers you, R fans all round news coverage, message board banter etc.
The following list of sites is by all means not definitive and for those sites not mentioned below may I apologise in advance. One can always add a link and make yourselves known on the Vital message board forum under the above headline.
As a newcomer to the web, I haven’t really had the opportunity to digest and absorb what each site represents. So with the help of Vital QPR readers I am trusting those out there to add their comments and explain exactly what each site offers.
The following are in no particular order:
QPR web-blog appears to be run by someone who has QPR blood running through their veins. Just about every news item is covered with loads of links.
QPRNet.com appears to be mainly focused on registered users posting on a sole message board. Several other features are attached.
QPR.org appears to be forum based.
Rivals QPR has the busiest message board by far. The editor, Clive runs a tight ship and writes quality articles. Rivals are due a face lift before the year is out.
QPR – LSA appears to be a message forum.
Independent R’s message board. As above.
FootyMad doesn’t have an editor. The site looks old and tired and desperate of a facelift.
Vital QPR might be the new kid on the block but as you can see, the site has to tussle for a small cluster of internet fans.
If you were considering becoming a regular user but haven’t decided to register, what can the site do to attract YOU?.
This site is your site. Make it what you want by adding any suggestion you wish to improve the site layout, the message boards, or whatever your feel is necessary.
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