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  1. Kaine

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    hmmmmmm, finding names seem to be the hardest part!
     
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    I could help on hardstyle releases if you want.
     
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    Boombox
    Amp (amp.com would be really sweet)
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    Boom Box is my fav so far.
    amp.com is taken.
     
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    Harmonized?
    Justjams?

    And as a joke, Amplifryed.
     
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    amplifried!!
     
  8. Joystick

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    Lawl. How about uRMP3?
     
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    Well, the only forum I can think of that works, worked because people needed it.

    If you want your forum to work you must make sure people find what they want and it's not an exact copy of something else. You need to have a specific subject and make sure you can provide the users something they can't get elsewhere.

    If you can do that, I assure you the forum will work with plenty of users.
     
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    If you really think hard, you can think of a good subject ;). But always choose something you know lot about ;). Oh and content is the real part. The more content the more activity!
     
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    iRIPOD. :D Agree to joystick :D
     
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    hmm.
    yeah the name is the hardest part.
     
  13. Sniper001

    Sniper001 Legen-wait for it-dary!

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    Haha it's funny you mentioned that, I'm getting a music site/forum getting started up as well. Mostly centering around Hip Hop/ R&B.
    It's good you realized that there are WAY too many GFX sites, gaming sites, etc. The whole point about a forum is to see a demand for information on a particular subject, realizing that there is little to no competition, and than creating the site/forum.

    One of the reasons why Gamerenders was so successful was because it was one of the first forums to be created about renders/GFX.
     
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    if it worked out great last time, then i think you should.
     

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