3 Tips to Get a Jumpstart on Your CityVille City
If you are like most players you may have run into some trouble getting started with your city. This is common and the biggest problem it seems is that a lot of players are jumping over from FarmVille and they are trying to implement some of those strategies and they simply do not work.
Other than getting neighbors and using your social networking skills, the rest of the game is quite a bit different although the concept is relatively the same. An example would be that in CityVille you do not use up any energy points when you plant crops, only when you harvest.
Here are three things you can do to improve your city and get started off on the right foot.
1. Location, location, location. In the real world, the location of a business can make or break any store and have a huge impact on profits. Your CityVille city is not much different. Keep stores and business along road ways and your farm lands out of the way. A farm along a street serves no useful purpose and is taking up valuable real-estate that could used to pull in profits.
2. Take immediate action to increase your population size by building houses and more houses. At each level, your city has a maximum capacity and you need to try to keep your population close to it. You should worry about getting the population numbers up before building business. And a great hint is to never build a community building until the game absolutely makes you do it. As your capacity increases with your level you need to focus on building your people numbers up.
3. Decorate your city to be visually appealing. Now you can maximize your decoration efforts by putting decorations in areas that will give you the maximum amount of return on your investment. By placing decorations near stores and shops, your earnings will greatly increase by generating a larger profit margin for your goods
You cans start implementing these strategies and see immediate improvements in your city. If you take the approach of what services you would like in your city, as if you actually lived there, then you can better focus your efforts on what will keep your population the happiest. A little planning and forethought can go a long ways.