Celebrating Five Years of CSC: What Can CSC Do For You?

Ronald Martinez

As we conclude our week-long anniversary celebration, Canal Street Chronicles looks to the future by getting insight from it's most important resource, it's readers.

Let's be honest, the internet is an extremely vast space. New Orleans Saints news, opinions, and forums can be found in many different places online. Mainstream media, fan sites, message boards, and independent blogs all offer different angles on Saints coverage but I honestly believe one site stands clearly above the rest.

This one.

I've seen all the rest, ALL of them, and it's a mixed bag to put it lightly. Some sites are overrun by lowest common denominator-type fans, and others are just plain ghost towns. I have the utmost respect for anyone who has the passion to write about our Saints, but CSC offers something special.

Canal Street Chronicles has offered new content to discuss every single day for over five years now. That, my friends, is worth celebrating and that is why I have chosen CSC as my home for all things Saints for years now.

I read the site and enjoyed it regularly for a few years before I ever joined. In fact, I became a contributor at the time I finally joined the community. I've always enjoyed the dialogue and the people involved here. Putting up a new post which sparks debate and conversation is a truly rewarding experience. In fact, I wish I had started much sooner.

In saying this, I encourage any of you reading this who haven't officially joined our incredible community, please do so! All are welcome and Canal Street Chronicles is more than just Saints news and opinions, it really is about community. The bigger the community, the greater the dialogue. So from someone who once was looking in from the outside, come on in, the door's always open.

For our amazing established community I have a simple question for you. What can Canal Street Chronicles do for you? Not from a SB Nation infrastructure standpoint, but from a creativity standpoint. What would you like to see more of? What would you like to see less of? What works for you and what doesn't? How can we take this fantastic site of ours to another level? Please share all of your opinions and insights with us in the comments section below!

Lastly, on behalf of the contributing staff of Canal Street Chronicles, we want to say thank you to each and every one of you for making this site the true home of the Who Dat Nation. We are humbled and honored by all of you for making this the community what it has become over the last five years. Spread the word ladies and gentlemen, five years is only the beginning, so here's to many, many more. Who Dat!

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