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kutnkru
03-05-2001, 01:55 PM
I have seen that a select few are concerned about the batting order for the upcoming season. I have some suggestions as to possible alternatives in relation to pecking order.

Here is how I would set the categories up:

Snow Plowing Forum
Grounds Management Forum
Commercial Lawn Care
Pesticide Application
Landscaping
Used Equipment Marketplace
LawnSite.com Community Forum
Support & Announcements
HomeOwners-Ask The Pros
Truck Forum
Heavy Equipment & Pavement Maintenance
Chevy Truck Discussion
Ford Truck Discussion
Dodge Truck Discussion
Meet The Masses Who Cut The Grasses Forum
Who/What/When/Where
Elements of Business
Off Topic Forum

Just my .02 about organizing the existing forums, and clarifying pecking order.
Kris

Stonehenge
03-05-2001, 03:03 PM
If I remember correctly, they change the lineup based on the season - but I have to wonder about moving the Pest App forum ahead of the scape forum. It only has a third of the volume of the scape forum.

And based on the growth rate of the Elements of Biz, that'd have to fell on the first page somewhere, too.

So long as the heaviest used forums are at the forefront of the site, I'm happy.

kutnkru
03-05-2001, 03:12 PM
Thats true Stone. I really didnt take into consideration who gets more posts. Was not trying to step on toes -LOL. I was trying to think of ways to group it better so that there was not this mass of forums in the middle.

I wasnt here during the prime growing season in the past so they could be rotated as well.

I will edit the list to see what others think, as well.

Kris

kutnkru
03-05-2001, 03:15 PM
Grounds Management Forum
Commercial Lawn Care
Landscaping
Pesticide Application
Used Equipment Marketplace

Snow Plowing Forum

LawnSite.com Community Forum
Support & Announcements
HomeOwners-Ask The Pros

Truck Forum
Heavy Equipment & Pavement Maintenance
Chevy Truck Discussion
Ford Truck Discussion
Dodge Truck Discussion

Meet The Masses Who Cut The Grasses Forum
Elements of Business
Who/What/When/Where
Off Topic Forum

Just my .02 about organizing the existing forums
Kris

Stonehenge
03-06-2001, 02:11 AM
Don't worry about steppin' on toes. You were being a squeeky wheel. I was just trying to squeek, too.

No harm, no foul.