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Chapter 3

Posted May 15th, 2009 at 10:01 AM by Alex

Nothing much to report other than things are A-OK! 750 members, 40K+ posts, server is holding up, and participation is both voluminous and positive. I'm starting to work a bit more on the google SEO side to make sure that people who may be searching for a place like this can find it a little more easily, but that's a slow process that requires a bunch of faith and patience.
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    if you ever figure out what the forum members can do to help, please let us know.
    Posted May 15th, 2009 at 03:02 PM by kkim kkim is offline

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    if you ever figure out what the forum members can do to help, please let us know.
    Pretty simple, if you are active on other sites that have signatures or opportunities to drop a link - drop the link to this forum or specifically to a post, a video or blog.

    In particular - one example is on Youtube, if you have videos in relation to bikes, drop a link in the video description or in the video presentation it self. You can edit existing videos (that you have on your account) and drop a link to this forum. Even notify other (ninjette) members of the presence of the video - so that members can leave comments, rate it and boost the presence and activity on the video ... which equals more video views and publicity for this forum.

    The easiest way to gain links is to use Digg, Mixx, Reddit or even twitter, if you find a forum thread that you really like and think others can benefit from ... submit it to the above sites.

    Congrat's Alex on having a great forum, I am pretty sure you know what you're doing, forums take time to grow and SEO is just a small part in the growth.

    Last Note : Maybe we should have a post stickied for this (if there's not already) and advise members on how they can assist.
    Posted May 15th, 2009 at 07:39 PM by thsadmin thsadmin is offline

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