Hi, I read on Affiliate Bootcamp that I should make 3 other pages besides About Me and Privacy Policy, but I have no idea what to have as pages. My website is about video game reviews, and so far the only page I've got is Video Game Reviews. Does anybody have any ideas?

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mikeandei Premium
The only video game i enjoy is about foot ball. every one loves the game and you can put that in a video
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boomergp08 Premium
If you are doing reviews from multiple platforms then I would break down the video game reviews. Do a page for Xbox games, another for PlayStation games, Computer games and so on. You could also do possibly a page that reviews accessories (controllers, headsets,...).

If you would just like to have a static page as your Home page and not have it as your Blog Roll, you can do what I did and create a Blog Page, so that all of your Posts will appear on that page instead of your Home page.

Here is my retro video game Blog page, if you should want to see how I did my website. - http://getpaidplayingvideogames.com/blog
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MichelleWA Premium
Thanks, but how do I do a blog page?
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boomergp08 Premium
You don't have to if you don't want to. I did it because I wanted to have a static page of content on my Home page explaining the purpose of my website rather than have the normal blog roll. If you really want to do that with your website I'll be happy to explain the steps to you.
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MichelleWA Premium
Thanks, but what I asked for was how can I put posts on a page.
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boomergp08 Premium
You can't actually put a post (blog) on a page. You can however put sub pages under a parent page if you wanted.

Let us say that you had a page called Grand Theft Auto 5 Review. On this page you gave a general review of the game. Then you wanted to do 2 separate reviews of the game, one for PlayStation and another one for Xbox. You could create one page with a review of the game on the PlayStation and another page for the Xbox.

You would then place both of those pages as sub pages under the parent page (Grand Theft Auto 5 Review). This way when someone mouses over / clicks on that page in the menu, a drop down will appear under it with the other two pages. An example of this can be seen on my website. If you were to point at my "About Me" page in my menu, you will see I have 3 other sub pages under it.

This is the only way I know of that you could add content to an existing menu page without actually adding to the original content of the page.
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NickWild Premium
Do some research and talk about where video games come from. A bit of history especially for the youngsters.
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Jason T Premium
I was going to suggest a History page also Kind of like a then and now and how far they have come. Great suggestion.
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MichelleWA Premium
drsusie PM'ed me and told me that I should go with Best sellers and New Video Games. I am probably going to go with them
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hbbglobal Premium
Maybe a page on gaming systems / consoles?
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