As in, instead of a more general forum covering all forum admins, you'd have a slightly more specific forum that caters to say, admins of gaming forums or sports forums or car forums or whatever else. The focus would then be on forum, blog, wiki and other site admins based around that niche rather than on a certain type of software script. I think this could actually work much better to be honest. I mean, look at some of the services promotion sites like Forum Promotion offer, and you realise that they're often kind of useless. Why? Because most people on said sites don't know enough about a site's topic to meaningfully contribute to it, so any attempts at post exchanges end up mostly either be vague fluff posts which don't add much to either site or the other admin constantly posting in the off topic section. And things like affiliate swaps are kind of useless on these sites, because getting links from completely irrelevant websites is practically useless for both promotion and SEO. I think a forum based purely on administration in a certain niche could probably fix these sorts of issues. Additionally, each niche often has its only issues that forum/website admins in the field have to deal with. I can't name any off the top of my head, but there are enough differences that general 'forum' or 'blog' advice often isn't that useful. And finally, such a site could have resources that are useful for JUST that type of website. This is better than the standard admin/webmaster forum resources section, which is almost entirely filled with generic add ons, styles and other things that don't really suit any particular niche. Whereas a gaming admin site could have things like clan features, high scores, member information for online services, etc and a car admin site could have garage add ons to download, maybe specially set up galleries, etc as well as styles made specifically for these kinds of websites and their audience. So what do you think? Could an admin forum based around a specific website niche/subject area be more useful than a general one?