Alright, I believe it is time to get down to some business around here! The last few days has been spent with sorting out what is working and what is not working with the new site, and I believe that we have most of the major issues figured out. With that behind us, now we need to look to the future and talk a little bit about what we actually plan on doing around here!
One of the things that I have been kicking around for a while, is posting all new videos (The Usual Suspects, The Unranked, The Nub Seeker, etc.) here first. Then after a week or so, having it post over at the Game Slayer Nation's YouTube channel. I am not quite sure if I am going to do this or not, but it is an idea.
I think one thing that should already be evident about the new Holy Shock is that we are going to expand to cover a wider variety of games (evidenced by the quick review of Castle Clash the other day). So keep checking back often to see what new game we look at next! (If you have a game that you would love for us to take a look at, then drop a comment with the name of the game and we will see what can be done!)
I know one of the biggest weaknesses that I have had in the past with the blog was related to the infrequent posting. Some weeks we would be firing on all cylinders and have something up each day and then there was the more normal weeks where nothing appeared at all. Going forward, it is my goal that there will be more days with posts than without posts.
So what can you expect? Well, right now I am reading through all of the old posts from our past to determine what worked and what did not work. So anything is a possibility. We could just continue doing the random posts (like the ones this week) or we could end up bringing back more regular series (like Mondays Mean Minecraft, 20, etc.).
Well, I know that this post may not have answered all of the questions as in depth as you may have hoped for, but I will close with saying that the overall goal for the new Holy Shock is consistency. Once we are consistent, we can then move onto the more challenging things.