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Let's say you have a beauty or health niche forum and want posts in those specific subforums, but most of your members post in the general chat area. How do you motivate members to move their discussions to the more rel...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 8 years ago

    If you create a discussion will you always tick the box to watch the thread? Sometimes I have watched a thread and then got over whelmed with emails in my inbox for that discussion, especially if the thread was very pop...

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    Dayton Level 1
  • 3 8 years ago

    Is it possible to add a poll to an existing forum thread on a XenForo forum using the Edit Post option?

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    Sean101 Level 1
  • 8 8 years ago

    If there is a forum member on my forum that has actively participated in the site in the past but suddenly starts spamming, then I try to resolve the situation first before enacting a ban. But, for things like flaming o...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 13 8 years ago

    I have just recently promoted one of my Mods to Admin on my phpbb forum, this is the first Admin there has been accept me as I have always been a single Admin with Mods working too. The problem is, that I have added the ...

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    Sean101 Level 1
  • 2 8 years ago

    If you are a forum owner, you may want to check the originality of any articles posted on your forum as they could be copied from other sites. To check for duplicate content, excerpt a short line or phrase from the co...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 6 8 years ago

    When guest posting on another person's forum, how can you build your brand or site awareness so that others know and respect your brand and want to be associated with it?

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    Jade Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    When you login to your favorite forum, how long do you stay? For instance, do you stay only a few minutes such as to check new posts? Do you stay for an hour?

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    Jade Level 1
  • 5 8 years ago

    What are the most common reasons that people post on forums or use forums, rather than just Facebook?

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    Jade Level 1
  • 14 8 years ago

    Sometimes, it helps to take suggestions from others when brainstorming a new forum. And, some of these ideas might just be wild or crazy sounding. But, in the process of brainstorming, one really good crazy idea could ...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 4 8 years ago

    Sometimes, I have great spurts of creativity and can blog a lot on every forum discussion, writing very lengthy responses or discussions. And, other times, I can only think of one simple response for a discussion. Eith...

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    Lillian Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    I would prefer to post new discussions as it gives me a chance to talk about the things I want, rather than trying to run in on someone else's conversation and make possibly unrelated comments. By creating discussions, ...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 9 8 years ago

    As a sci fi forum owner, I never run out of new ideas for forum posts as there is always some new development in the sci fi movie or book niche. It's fun to read all the latest blog articles about this niche and post re...

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    Briggs Level 1
  • 9 8 years ago

    Do you feel honored when others copy your forum's theme or subject or do you feel as if they are just trying to cash in on your hard work?

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    Briggs Level 1
  • 5 8 years ago

    Did you spend many days or weeks deciding on the perfect forum theme or did you choose your theme impulsively and install it quickly so that you could move on to more important details?

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    Briggs Level 1
  • 2 8 years ago

    Do you have a few favorite forum members that are more like friends or family? Do you favorite these people by allowing them to bend the rules or catering to those people on your forum?

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    Briggs Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    If the owner stops caring about the forum and doesn't want to be involved, that's a sign the forum is dying or about to be out of business. What are some other things that can kill a forum?

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    Briggs Level 1
  • 21 8 years ago

    Most people think of having a blog that is connected to the forum or even blogging on the forum, such as in one specific post. But, have you ever installed a forum directly on your blog, such as on the home page so that ...

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    Ashlyn Level 1
  • 3 8 years ago

    This is just a hypothetical situation, but let's say all your moderators quit around the same time (such as in the same week) over some forum dispute. Would you be able to replace the moderators or staff members very qu...

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    spotondot Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    Would you employ a moderator just for weekends; someone who would not come by any other time. This would be to give regular moderators or staff a chance to be off of forum to spend time on personal life or with family a...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 7 8 years ago

    As with any community, there will be times when a popular or senior forum member won't agree with your decisions, such as whom to promote or direction for your forum. What will you do when this member makes a big specta...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 6 8 years ago

    One of my best friends online owned a Doctor Who forum and we all really loved it. This forum was so amazing. We had the best conversations there. And, though the forum had numerous misfortunes such as the databases b...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 8 years ago

    I love the discussions that go on for pages and pages; with hundreds of responses. They are like micro communities within the forum and always get the best traffic from both forum members and search engines. These thre...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 8 years ago

    Whenever I'm at a forum, I respond to older discussions as they have more responses and the conversation is more lively than with a new discussion that has fewer responses. I don't like newer discussions as much as ther...

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    spotondot Level 1
  • 5 8 years ago

    What are some easy ways to ensure your forum members stay loyal rather than leaving for a competitor's site?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 3 8 years ago

    Do you have specialized user groups on your forum, not just regular members that serve a specific purpose? For instance, on my forum, we have a user group just for those who share a common interest in movies. This gro...

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    Wayne Level 1
  • 2 8 years ago

    Xenforo seems to be a very popular and often used forum software, but just as many free MyBB forums around too. Which forum software do you think is used most often? Or, which software is most likely to be upgraded fro...

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    Wayne Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    When you start a forum, how many people should you have on staff or in your member base before you really go live and start advertising and promoting the site to get new members?

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    Wayne Level 1
  • 5 8 years ago

    When you delete an account, do you also delete all the member's posts? Let's say this was a long time member, who contributed 1000 forum posts. Would you delete all their posts when the account is banned or leave them ...

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    Wayne Level 1
  • 8 8 years ago

    New discussions and responses are the life blood of any forum and essential to helping your forum stay active. How many new posts do you get on your forum daily?

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 2 8 years ago

    Most of the forums that I've visited only focus on the paid version of forum software, but I want a forum that emphasizes discussions on the free software that is available for forum creation, including SMF, MyBB and oth...

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    Keith Level 1
  • 2 8 years ago

    What requirements do you have for your staff members, including staff admin, moderator, writer or editor or any other staff position?

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    Dayton Level 1
  • 6 8 years ago

    On one of the forums where I'm a regular member, I like some forum avatars, but others are downright offensive. These avatars don't really seem to bother forum admin(s), so they stay up and there's little that can be do...

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    Dayton Level 1
  • 6 8 years ago

    Have you ever rushed into opening a forum, only to regret it later or wish that you had spent more time thinking the idea through?

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    Quinton Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    Sometimes, I'll go back after creating a forum response and edit a few times, especially if the response seems off topic to what was being discussed. It's easy enough to get caught up in a side line discussion with ano...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 7 8 years ago

    On my forum and blog, I have different ways to get my members/audience to interact and be competitive with each other. I have a voting page (both on forum and blog), a games page (blog), and an arcade (forum) where the ...

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    NaturalWriter Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    One of my favorite things to do is create blog drafts of potential blog posts. This gives me time to flesh out the article and make it really good and also I can schedule a good time for publishing the article on my own...

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    Beverly Level X3
  • 1 8 years ago

    On some forums where I'm a member, I have noticed that my account won't login again once I request a password reminder. So for instance, let's say that I try twice to login and then request the reminder email. And, befo...

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    Marlin Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago

    Do you have any suggestions on where I could hire some reliable forum staff members? For instance, I have seen some people placing ads on promotion forums and that seems to get some responses. Then again, I don't want ...

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    Layla Level 1
  • 5 8 years ago

    Did you have to wait very long from the time you opened your forum to the time you got your first full time forum member?

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    Layla Level 1
  • 4 8 years ago