It’s been another week-and-a-half since I last gave an update as to the status of Movie-Vault.com’s revamp development, so I thought I’d give you guys an update on what’s been going on.
Work has mostly focused on fixing small bugs and making small changes here and there, although there were a number of larger new features implemented.
It looks as though we might be able to relaunch on November 1st, but a lot of it will depend on how smooth the forum bridge and integration goes, as that could potentially be a bit difficult to implement.
Here’s another screencast video I made showing what new progress has been made on the site. This time I made notes beforehand in order to make the screencast a bit more organized, which also helped reduce the length of this video to 13 minutes (as opposed to 28 minutes for the last one):
As you can see, the site is really coming along now and looks just about to be complete, but there’s still a number of more things to be done. At its present stage, I’d say it’s around 90% complete.
I contacted one of my old contacts at one of the marketing firms that does work for film studios, and already have a little contest lined up for when the site launches next week. We’ll be giving out five official 2-disc soundtracks for the upcoming film by Focus Features, Pirate Radio, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman.
I haven’t decided what type of contest I’m going to run, but I’ll probably make it pretty simple such as some type of Twitter follow or re-tweet contest.
I had kept procrastinating and putting off this much-needed revamp to Movie-Vault.com for about 5-years now, so it feels good to have finally done it.