Our beloved admin Froot has said that we're already larger than the "sweet spot" for imageboards - an assertion with which I disagree. This is a small site and it is still rather unappealing in the long run, even for posters who've been around for a few months. The content of the site is not of the highest quality. Coal still dominates the boards. There's also coal in the form of threads not providing anything interesting and simply exist to be filled with coal, such as blogposting on /soy/ (SOMETHING NO ONE EVER ASKED FOR.) Even the number of boards isn't something to be boastful of. Most of which are dead on arrival despite Froot's best efforts. The reason I took a several months long hiatus from this daily blog and the main reason why I haven't been posting and making new threads as much as I used to is that the content is fucking boring. I've been becoming a jaded, bitter oldtroon, and I'm not even that old of a poster - I've only begun using the Party in the first few weeks of 2022. Imagine what the experience is like for the real veterans, who've been here since the inception of the site! In this small site, it's an issue that's constantly talked about. What will we do if the site gets more and more diluted with non-4cucker offsiters, if that makes sense? We are sons of 4chan, not of twitcord.
- Are there any other methods to make the Party bigger (in a good way) besides raiding 4cuck?
All this being said, I've already stated my opinions on how to fix this issues, and I'm not gonna repeat them again now. I'm not gonna tell Froot how to do his job or the jannies how to do theirs. I'm just stating my opinions, they should take it or leave it. You should make your opinions known by posting on >>>/q/
more - even if you do have to necrobump your posts so they can be more visible than the ban evaders and other irrelevant garbage, for instance. You don't even have to make new threads - you can just post on the existing ones, you don't even have to try and start a thread to offer your opinions. If Froot is serious about wanting to fix the content and get rid of coal (and not just in the blogposts), it's time to start spamming >>Post too long. Click here to view the full text.