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Make an effort, every week, to at least post 7 to 10 new threads.
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It's a great article. I agree with all of it. Found a neat tip in there as well. Thanks
ahhh an good one
I think there are a lot of good ideas and advice in this article. I've actually giving some of these tips to other forum own friends in the past; particularly "Rome wasn't build in a day, neither should your forum." Some really good advice.
Thanks, I've been using that quote for so many years now.
Nice tutorial, will help out new forum owners.
Very good article
Great article! Thanks for posting!
Nice article and it's true. Without the willingness of blood and tears you will not have a successful site. You might, but I wouldn't say it was earned.
Thanks bud, your post has helped me out a lot
Great advice, thanks! You are correct, consistency is the key! Your forum won't become popular in 1 week, 1 month, but if you keep at it, in a year it could have 20,000 members!
Excellent article. There's definitely some room for improvement but its good. There are definitely a bit more points on how to make a good community, but as a foundation nice article
Yes it is too difficult to choose between good and bad. They coexist in the community. Another quote'birds of the same feather flock together', if your forum is encouraging people with good intentions more and more such fellows migrate and you can take pride of a large good community.
If you have anything you'd like to add, let me know. I can edit the topic to include even more content.
Ill plot down some points when i think about them, Ill be sure to Send you a PM Sometime soon
Thanks, that works. Can't wait to read what you've come up with!
Indeed. I couldn't have said it any better myself. It takes time to grow a community, but with the right idea, work ethic, and dedication, you will surpass any goals that you set for your communtiy!
I like that it was really easy to understand and not full of jargon that a layperson such as myself wouldn't understand. However, having said that, I realize this is geared towards those that have a forum, do you feel it applies to those of us who have blogs? I was trying to figure out if I could incorporate some of your ideas into my blogging creativity.
It can apply to a blog as well, but I've never tried to up-keep a blog itself. I'd stand firm and say content is also king with blogs. And the best way to receive comments from others is by posting questions or something inside your blog posts - encouraging readers to reply.