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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
360 and search terms related to 360 are searched via blog search 491 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 10 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about 360, should earn roughly $11 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $5 is spent advertising against 360 blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
When you are writing a blog or news article about 360, consider including answers to some of these common questions, or providing background information about the topic based on the types of questions given here.
How Do I Connect My Box 360 To My Computer Without Using A Wireless Router?From Video & On line Games Forum:
How do I connect my box 360 to my computer without using a wireless router? I am going to buy an 360 soon along with the live stuff. But my computer do sent have a wireless Internet or any router of any kind (except my cable router). Is there something I could do or BUY, that allows me to connect my 360 to my computer's internet?
Answer: you could plug your 360 straight into your computer using a CAT or CAT blue Ethernet cable.
How Do I Get My Box 360 To Play Music On My Ipod?From Music & Music Players Forum:
How do I get my Box 360 to play music on my Ipod? I hooked my pod to my 360 using a SUB cable and downloaded some software from the marketplace that should've allowed me to listen to the music on my 360. But for some reason it didn't work. I used to do the same exact thing all the time and it worked fine. But recently when I try to do it, it doesn't work. Anyone know how I can make this work?
Answer: Its probably because the songs you want to play on your Box 360 off your pod are either protected songs from the tunes Music Store that are protected by DRM's. Or it could be because the certain file type is conflicting with the Box 360. Because I know for a fact that Box 360's are made from Microsoft so the only music that are allowed to be played on their systems are file type's such as original MP, MA, AC, or maybe if your lucky Mpg file's. Just burn your stuff to a blank CD in tunes and import your new album into your Box 360. When songs are burned to a CD the file type always converts from its unplayable file type such as MP to MP. The best thing about it too is that its legal! Hope that helps.
What Is The Difference Between An Box 360 Premium And Box 360 Arcade?From Box Forum:
What is the difference between an box 360 premium and box 360 arcade? I am going to get an box 360 arcade included with some furniture from rootstock and I'm wondering what the difference between that and an box 360 premium is. I heard that the only thing was the hard drive. If that is the case then could I just buy a hard drive and it would be the same thing as a premium? And also if I did that, could I use box LIVE?
Answer: A box 360 premium is with the hard drive and includes wireless game pad and headset and a box 360 arcade is without the hard drive and with a wired game pad and a MB memory card.
How Do I Move Only My Box 360 Content To The New Box 360 Slim Without Moving My Brothers Content?From Video & On line Games Forum:
How do I move only my Box 360 content to the new Box 360 slim without moving my brothers content? Me and my brother both share the same Box 360. Eventually I will be getting the Box 360 slim, and I want to move my profile, map packs, and pretty much everything that is mine, to my new Box. But I don't know how to do this. Could somebody please tell me how?
Answer: Um... no. He only wants to transfer some stuff, guys. Use any old SUB drive, preferably one that has at least 2 GB of storage. (Something that everyone with a computer should own, and they cost under $10.) With a recent 360 update, you can use these to store data. You'll have to go to Memory and manually move everything related to your profile over to the SUB stick, and then plug it into your new Slim when you get it and transfer it to that DD. If you have a LOT of data, this might require several trips. Keep in mind that if you bought LDC, it might be easier to just re download it onto your new console. Also keep in mind that your LDC will still be licensed to your old console, so you'll only be able to use it on your new console when you are connected to Box Live. You can fix this by doing a license transfer at box.com, but assuming you are always connected to Live, it might be nice to NOT do that, as it would allow you to use your LDC on both consoles without having to pay for it twice.
How Do Transfer Data Between 360 Hard Drives?From Box Forum:
How do transfer data between 360 hard drives? I have a GB 360 console and I'm planning on getting the new slim 360. I don't want to lose my gamer profile, save data and installed games. Would I be able to used my hard drive on the new slim or would I be able to transfer the data to the new console?
Answer: You can transfer your data from the old hard drive with a transfer kit http://www.joystiq.com/2010/06/14/xbox-360-slim-hdd-data-transfer-cable-to-retail-for-19-99/ You can't use your old hard drive because the slim uses an internal hard drive (non removable) When buying one, make sure you get an official Microsoft brand cable, RD party cables have been known to ruin data
What Is A Good Kind Of Box 360 Headset Or Where Can I Get A Really Good One?From Video & On line Games Forum:
What is a good kind of box 360 headset or where can I get a really good one? I'm looking for an box 360 headset other than the original that I can use, because the original that comes with the 360 always messes up. Basically I'm looking for a headset that will last me a good while.
Answer: well it depends on your likes 1) wireless head set, you can plug this into the back of the 360 with the plug that comes with the headset, very simple and small that slides onto your ear pros- small, fits comfortably, easy to use (not a bunch of buttons) cons- very sensitive, people can hear some stuff that is happening in my house so far away, little is also a con you could lose and to charge box has to be on =[ turtle beach- A head set fits around your head with two padded cushions on each side for each ear. Very comfortable and helpful in game Pros- It is surround sound in your ears, in games like Call of Duty , it is very helpful to hear enemies sneaking around can be used for other games where this feature would help. Cons- really nothing expat they are pr icy =[ that are all the ones I know of , if price dosen't matter definitely the turtle beach but other than that wireless is pretty good too good luck and happy gaming Xbox live gt Sniped u d0wn
How Do U Play Box 360 Games That Comes In More Than Just One Disc?From Box Forum:
How do u play Box 360 games that comes in more than just one disc? I'm planning to get L.A. No ire on my 360 and it comes in 3 discs. So I was wondering how it works. Insert all 3 discs and install content on your 360 or insert disc 2 and 3 as the story progresses?
Answer: Insert disc 1 into the 360 and play as normal. At a certain point in the game, you'll be asked to save and the 360 will eject the first game disc. The game will ask you to insert the ND disc, and game play will continue. If you load your game with disc in the drive, it will prompt you to insert the proper disc. If LA No ire is like the other multi-disc games I've played, you won't need to swap backwards.
Can Anyone Tell Me The Difference Between The Box 360 Pro Console And The Box 360 Elite Console?From Box Forum:
Can anyone tell me the difference between the box 360 pro console and the box 360 elite console? I already know that the box 360 elite is black and that it comes with an DIM cable. I wanna know if these is a difference in performance between the pro and the elite.
Answer: There's no difference in performance between the Box 360 Premium/Pro and the Elite console. The 360 Premium/Pro includes a detachable 60 GB Hard Disk Drive (HDD) to store downloaded content, provide compatibility with original Box games, and store game data. The Box 360 Elite is the most expensive variation of the console. It includes a 120 GB Hard Disk Drive and a matte black finish. Additionally, the colour of the controller and headset is different. Good luck.
What Is The Difference Between The Box 360 Pro And The Box 360 Arcade?From Box Forum:
What is the difference between the box 360 Pro and the box 360 Arcade? What is the difference between the box 360 Pro and the box 360 Arcade besides the price? I am going to buy one but I don't understand why one is cheaper than the other. And if you have any recommendations on which NE to buy please comment.
Answer: Get the Pro. That's the one with the hard drive, which increases the price from the Arcade. Whereas the Arcade has a tiny MB memory unit for storage for your game saves, the Pro has the GB hard drive. Trust me, any gamer needs a hard drive if they want a 360, I learnt that the hard way.
How Come My Box 360 Won'T Play Normal Box Games Even When Updated With The Current Update?From Video & On line Games Forum:
How come my box 360 won't play normal box games even when updated with the current update? My 360 will not play Tony Hawks Underground even though I know it is backwards compatible. When it loads it says it does not have the update. Even though I just updated with the current update. My 360 even has a hard drive even more of a reason why I am dumbfounded.
Answer: 360 sucks. P'S all day.
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