Since the Roadfood forum was created, there have been THOUSANDS of other web sites, blogs and other food intercommunication creations show up on the Internet.
Just look at the number of Food sites you can participate in like Serious Eats, Chowhound, etc. Want a directory? http://www.foodblogs.com/
The point is Roadfood has competitors.
There's sites just for BBQ, Chinese, Italian, Mexican Etc, etc, etc.
Roadfood is just a very small piece in a large food sites pie.
In order to stay competitive, RF needs to keep introducing new topics and fresh ideas or readership and participation will continue to deminish.
post edited by Foodbme - 2012/02/21 16:18:53