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Posted 31 March 2004 - 07:14 AM
One thing that has been bugging me is:
It is difficult to say anything of the forums which are split up into search engines, since the moment something is mentioned which could also relate to another search engine, then the flamers start. Because of the lack of that limitation on this forum, it is easier to discuss various topics on this forum, and people are generally more friendly here than on other forums I have been reading (but never joined due to the general hostility there).
To all of you out there: Thanks for being very human!
Posted 31 March 2004 - 07:28 AM
I do agree that the mood here is totally different than most forums, especially Webmaster/SEO forums. The phrase Common Decency springs to mind immediately.
My feeling is that 99% of that is directly attributable to your Admins who built it in the first place. Everybody else follows their lead.
Posted 31 March 2004 - 08:13 AM
Good call, Scottie!
As to the atmosphere in general, it's true that all forums have their own style, etc. I don't think that ours is any better than the other forums, it's just "ours."
People who have a similar style will like us, and people who have a similar style to the other forums will like those. I'm constantly amazed at the differences we as human beings all have. (Yes, even BrianR! ) So different strokes for different folks.
As a community, we make a great team!
Posted 31 March 2004 - 08:38 AM
I found that splitting a forum into seperate subforums for seperate search engines really alienates anybody who is new to SEO or anybody who wants to ask general questions.
As we have seen, search engines and web sites come and go.
These forums are friendly from new to advanced SEO and therefore more accessible to everybody. the other advantage is that people are less afraid to actually ask questions due to decent treatment which makes a great SEO community.
P.S. The optional extra non-human factor we can conveniently sweep under the carpet...
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