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Posted by Phillip Martin on May 14, 2003 04:52:15 UTC

Relevant topics and responces are important. Backgrounds are just backgrounds. Although interesting topics for discussion in themselves, a person's background is independent of his/her post's relevance and value.


As to Harv's question (Harv: "Is there a solution to attract and keep forum participants?"), Yes, there is one thing that many successful forums have in common. The responses to topics are relevent to the topic. They rarely get side-tracked into other, trivial discussions. If a person wanted to discuss other issues in his/her topic, they would state so in the topic somehow.

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