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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by chuckwk, Jan 27, 2004.
how many forums should a forum have?
The more the better...I've learned TONS of stuff at this site.
Just the ones that are needed or wanted/requested by lots of people.... I think the members take advantage of all the forum categories and for the most part keep the their discussions in the appropriate forum.
Do you have any suggestions? If you think there are to many.... how would you do it? Which ones would you get rid of or condense ?
Are you hiring?
i like the idea of the employment forum. with such a huge membership it could be effective.
When the hell is enough enough on forums??? This falls under 'elements of business'. Searching high and low on here now is becoming to much.
I tend to agree a little with 65Hoss. It is getting to be quite a lot of forums around here. I guess if I were running things I'd probably only keep the top 5 or 10 most used forums and gut the rest. Then I'd leave the off-topic forum or Elements of Business forum for everything that used to go into one of these micro-forums.
yes, things are getting too spread out. Certain threads might get the attention they need, because the audience isn't there.
Did you understand that?
If any thing, maybe an all topic forum, that all threads go to to be viewed, but you can only post in the other forums.
Great idea! Thanks!!