You mean besides the fact that posts like that are not allowed here?mariank wrote:(anyone else want to add before I get to work?)
OOps sorry (I guess). A post in General Discussion about ".. how do you get new users?" seems like a good place to ask other phpBB users for tips.marian0810 wrote:You mean besides the fact that posts like that are not allowed here?mariank wrote:(anyone else want to add before I get to work?)
That's why there are screen names.Women love forums cause you can ask all your personal questions with nobody knowing who you are. Do you know who I really am? Am I using my real name? What country do I live in? I've joined health forums with totally bogus screen names and emails.Peter77sx wrote:If I remember right, your site is about baby's/child products and or discussion and, just my personal opinion here, I'm not sure a parent would want to get so openly social about their children on public forums.
Maybe it's different where your from, I don't know.
Does this keep them logged in to the board once they have logged in with it once?poultrymatters wrote:I have found that having a facebook login system for the phpbb board is very helpful for getting people to login.
Volksdevil wrote:Meh. I'm on the verge of just deleting my latest Board. I've put in so much time and effort and yet it just doesn't seem to want to get going...It's very specific with loads of personally hand written stuff too.
There are some competing (large) FB-groups about the same (niche-)subject as my forums, but my forum had a recordmonth in terms of posts and users in January this year. So: FB is not taking over.reptileguy wrote:People complain about Facebook on Facebook, and then stay on Facebook
But the age of phpbb-forums is not over. Forums will always be more suitable for in-depth discussions. Keep your forum interesting, and people will find it
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