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I initially came here through can-amtalk but that was before I knew about spydertalk. When I found the spydertalk announcement, last week sometime, I started using that and I have bookmarked that also. I voted Spydertalk.


One thing I would like to add is that even though I come in through spydertalk, I inevitably get bumped out to can-amtalk at some point, like when I reach the last post in a thread and my only option that I see is to go to can-amtalk. Any thoughts on changing that?
 

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I initially came here through can-amtalk but that was before I knew about spydertalk. When I found the spydertalk announcement, last week sometime, I started using that and I have bookmarked that also. I voted Spydertalk.


One thing I would like to add is that even though I come in through spydertalk, I inevitably get bumped out to can-amtalk at some point, like when I reach the last post in a thread and my only option that I see is to go to can-amtalk. Any thoughts on changing that?
Thanks for the information gang...keep it coming. Part of what we are trying to determine is if a stand alone Spyder site makes sense....or if it makes sense to just keep the SpyderTalk.com portal into the Can-AmTalk site (with a SpyderTalk.com homepage, etc eventually).

There is value in keeping them together because of commonalities like brand, dealers, Can-Am involvement, etc...but I would like to hear other's input as well.
 

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i like it being connected.for same reasons as you ,dealer info,and for all can am products,sure some atv riders will have a spyder and vice-versa.
even though my atv is not can -am .(yet)i still like to see whats going on with all can-am products.and l'am sure it may increase customers.
my next atv i will consider can-am which i would'nt have before
 

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i like it being connected.for same reasons as you ,dealer info,and for all can am products,sure some atv riders will have a spyder and vice-versa.
even though my atv is not can -am .(yet)i still like to see whats going on with all can-am products.and l'am sure it may increase customers.
my next atv i will consider can-am which i would'nt have before
I own the Outlander 800, you won't be disappointed. Plenty of power and speed. You can even manage a (reverse) wheelie. No, I'm not kidding.
 

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I used the Can-AmTalk.com just because that is how I first came across this place. The SpyderTalk.com as a separate site sounds like a good plan to me - I don't think *most* Spyder Ryders own other BRP products.

Shouldn't you be able to tell by your site stats how we get here and what browser we are using??
 

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I used the Can-AmTalk.com just because that is how I first came across this place. The SpyderTalk.com as a separate site sounds like a good plan to me - I don't think *most* Spyder Ryders own other BRP products.

Shouldn't you be able to tell by your site stats how we get here and what browser we are using??
Yep, I can tell. But many newer members didn't even know about the option.

SpyderTalk.com allows a seperate entry point for folks, but right now we like the branding of Can-AmTalk. It is well known and respected and allows for synergy across the Can-Am product line...and what if the next 3 wheeled Can-Am isn't called a Spyder


PS. Nice monitor by the way, I like those
 
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