Some of you may or may not have noticed some changes in TVgasm over the last couple of weeks. We finally moved the site over to PHP, which will allow us to add some more features to the web site. A lot of these features are simply going to ease site maintenance, but there will be some new things that readers may notice as well. For instance, we have now split our front page into multiple pages so you can cycle through the last 50 articles instead of just those in the last seven days by using the next page and previous page links at the bottom of the page.. If something is broken or doesn’t look good for some reason on your browser or you have a suggestion for something that you would like to see, please let me know.
For more site changes and what you can do to become a writer on TVgasm, read on after the jump.Probably the biggest change is in the archives. On the sidebar, we used to list every show that we wrote for. As we add more shows to write about, stop writing about others, or as shows get canceled, we will no longer list every single program in the sidebar. We have replaced that with a link to the archives in the navigation bar at the top. Those archives do list every show we have written about, so you can click and get an index of all our articles there. There is also a page that lists the show names as well as all the articles we have written all one page.
Another major change is in the advertising. We try not to be too obnoxious with the ads, but we do have to pay for bandwidth and whatnot so we can continue to offer all of the pictures, audio, and movies that set us apart from so many other people. We have a Blogad up, and will probably add a few more in the future. Since we hate popups and popunders, we aren’t going to feature those type of advertisements on the site. The easiest way to support TVgasm is to click on an advertisement or two when you are here. You might even find something that you like. If you are an advertiser that wants to advertise on TVgasm, we installed new ad delivery software which will give us enhanced tracking and custom advertising campaigns. If you would like to advertise or get more information, please send us an e-mail.
Yes, we are still looking to add writers! Right now we are looking more for people who want to recap shows that we don’t cover rather than something that we already have on the site. Our most requested shows are Lost and Desperate Housewives, but there is other good stuff out there that we haven’t been able to get to, like this past season of Surreal Life. Series on cable are OK as well. E-mail us if you think you have something to write about or you have any questions.