Welcome to [GAS] 2.0!


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Hello Everyone!

We’d like to welcome you all to the new and (we hope) improved [GAS]. This little project of ours has taken a long time to realize, but after a few long months of procrastination, we finally arrived at our destination. As you can see, [GAS] 2.0 is definitely a big step up from the previous version, both quality and functionality wise. The blog now runs on its own domain, on a paid for hosting provider, using the WordPress CMS. We hope that all these changes will please you, our beloved readers.

We would also like to mention that all old content will stay on the blogspot blog, so If you ‘re looking for┬ásome of our old posts or articles, just head over there and use the search field located in the sidebar. You will also be able┬áto find some of our most interesting pieces in the old articles section.

If you would like to help us jump-start the launch of [GAS] 2.0 (and we really need some help here), you can either blog about the event, link to one of our new articles, or simply add us to your blog roll. If you already have a link pointing to us, we would be eternally grateful if you could edit it to point to our new url.

Thank you again for your loyalty and continued support.

Kiltak and the [GAS] team.

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27 Responses to Welcome to [GAS] 2.0!

  1. Yes, i commented on it at the previous GAS site and gave a little advice on the Fresh theme here.

    Moving to your own domain was a good move and I look forward to seeing GAS grow over time. You've been on the blog roll at Geeknews for while, i'll update to the new url to GAS tonight.

    BTW, is there no way to migrate the articles from blogspot into your WP database and then ice-box and lockdown the old site so existing incoming links to the old site aren't busted yet also provide all new and old content in one place as well?

    Andy

    • Hi Andy, thanks for the comment!

      The main reason I did not migrate the content is mainly because Google penalize sites that are found to copy content, and my guess is that these articles would be considered so.. Since they are the main source of income for the blog, I don't want to risk having their listing dropped from search engines.

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  3. Yes, i commented on it at the previous GAS site and gave a little advice on the Fresh theme here.

    Moving to your own domain was a good move and I look forward to seeing GAS grow over time. You've been on the blog roll at Geeknews for while, i'll update to the new url to GAS tonight.

    BTW, is there no way to migrate the articles from blogspot into your WP database and then ice-box and lockdown the old site so existing incoming links to the old site aren't busted yet also provide all new and old content in one place as well?

    Andy

    • Hi Andy, thanks for the comment!

      The main reason I did not migrate the content is mainly because Google penalize sites that are found to copy content, and my guess is that these articles would be considered so.. Since they are the main source of income for the blog, I don’t want to risk having their listing dropped from search engines.

    • They’re pretty reliable, and I had an insanely cheap deal for a 2 year hosting plan with 2 TB of data transfer per month.. Why are you asking?

    • They're pretty reliable, and I had an insanely cheap deal for a 2 year hosting plan with 2 TB of data transfer per month.. Why are you asking?

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