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Gregg, how 'bout some FAQ's?(4 posts)

Gregg, how 'bout some FAQ's?Kristin
Oct 7, 2002 6:26 AM
You know how seasonally, we get these same threads that keep popping up. Perhaps we could get a FAQ page started that addresss common topics. i.e. A FAQ for first time road bike shoppers, or a FAQ on fit (though that seems painful).

I just tried to do a search for past topics on what lights are good to buy/use. But the search engine is too basic, leaving a lot of stuff to wade through. A seasonal FAQ on choosing lights would be awesome. You know you're getting a certain number of new hits by people who are needing lights for the first time. Why not exploit that? Put together and awesome FAQ about it. Feed it to all the search engines and BOOM...more click thru revenue!

Lastly, why did I have to go to that MTBR site to get review info on lights? Don't road riders need lights too?? ;-)
don't agreezooog
Oct 7, 2002 8:41 AM
I don't agree about the FAQ'a section idea. Let people post what they want to know, If you want/or can answer then answer. Just my opinion.
I was thinking about all the complaints that arise from repostsKristin
Oct 7, 2002 9:53 AM
But the search function really isn't that great here. I know there have been other posts in the past about lights, but I wasn't going to spend 2 hours trying to dig them up. I guess in some cases, I'd like to be able to find a FAQ and get some good history. Other times, I'd want the interaction and direct advice. I guess six of one, half dozen of the other.
Amen.mmquest
Oct 7, 2002 9:57 AM
The site overall is great, but the search function stinks. I would like to be able to "View All" if I find what I want, which is not generally the case. For one, I can't seem to get more than one page of results. Same reason I suggested putting a vendor review section on the site...