Posted by mchalesarmy on 10/18/2012 6:13:00 AM (view original):
So if i want to join public world X, I have to wait forever for it to be available because two terrible worlds are the only two available to join and they both have 12 openings?
How is forcing a crap world to fill before allowing good public worlds to start filling akin to closing a sale?
Seems smarter to allow 5-10 worlds to go ahead and roll and fill (closing all of those associated sales), than to hold all of those potential sales hostage trying to force owners to sign up for a tard world.
If I played in public worlds, I'd simply leave the site before I'd let them force me to spend money to join a tard world.
Of all of the countless ways the current system could be changed, why did you make up a bad example and then present it as if there are no other options?
Why do you think anyone is proposing you should be stopped from joining World X if you wanted to join World X?
Can you see there's a difference between being allowed to join World X, if you know it exists, and not you not being presented with World X as one of 10-20 similar options?
There are probably a dozen ways to prevent bad words from blocking better worlds.
Why don't you at least read a few books on how to market, how to sell, how to close sales, etc. Then, with at least a little bit of book knowledge, come back & explain why having 10+ open public worlds presented at the same time is better than 2-3. I don't think you'll be able to make a case, but I would find it interesting if you tried. You might figure out a new successful business model the rest of humanity missed the past few thousand years. Why not you? Good luck.