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UER Forum > UE Videos > Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx (Viewed 99 times)
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Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx
< on 10/8/2019 7:19 PM >
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I am trying out a new format. There is a saturation in the "music" to "broke in" to "random pics" market of UER and all UrbEx... what I am trying to do is make it look like it is OK to do this and that there is a VALUE to entering these sites and getting information out to people.

Tell me what you think and be honest.

FYI - Equipment used is 1 (one) Samsung Galaxy S7 phone. That's all I got.

https://youtu.be/jE6styP7jg8




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Re: Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx
< Reply # 1 on 10/8/2019 7:42 PM >
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Information to the people?
Like the ones that will vandalize, scrap and destroy sites?
The more traffic a site sees the faster it goes to hell...

Presenting isn't exploring.
This site is old school; we like pics.
Personally unless I know the poster I rarely watch sploring vids.... they waste my time and patience.
Just my take... posting some solid pics here of good sites get would you far more traction on UER.




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Re: Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx
< Reply # 2 on 10/8/2019 8:41 PM >
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I don't think having more people aware and entering these buildings is a good idea. The less spelled that to it and know, the better.

The hobby is dangerous, and illegal. Making it more public and raising awareness is a bad idea. The people that are serious about it, and have been doing it a long time know the proper precautions, and what to look out for, and about not getting caught.




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Re: Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx
< Reply # 3 on 10/8/2019 9:31 PM >
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YouTard is a new format? Also, no.




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Re: Trying a new manner in which to present UER/UrbEx
< Reply # 4 on 10/9/2019 5:28 PM >
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You're talking about there being a "market" for urbex and trying to "get information out to people," which I think is the wrong approach. I'm all in favor of historical documentation- but sometimes you gotta sit on information for a long time, even years, in order to protect the location.

Urbex doesn't need to become more publicized. The under-publication of urbex isn't coincidence or a problem that needs to be fixed, it's a design. It's about tightly knit networks and closely guarded secrets, not marketing and fame.

The word about urbex doesn't need to get out- those who are in it for the sake of exploration will find it themselves. Publicity only attracts those motivated by fame instead of discovery, and shines the spotlight on a hobby that works best in the shadows.




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