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Posted 1st August 2015 at 07:51 AM by brettb Comments 0
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Hi,

I'm Brett, a long time warrior and owner of a number of websites in a whole load of different niches.

Today I want to have a mini-rant about link removal requests, and what to do or not do if you're on the receiving end of one.

If you build websites and link to other websites, you might get one of these removal requests sooner or later!

So how did I get a link removal request emailed to me?

It all starts back in early 2014 when...

Posted 22nd October 2013 at 09:24 PM by brettb Comments 0
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Hi,

I'm Brett, the geek behind FindAForum.Net, the Internet's most comprehensive directory of discussion forums.

I manually review EVERY forum listed on FindAForum. Sheesh, I've looked at a lot of forums !

So based on the biggest and most successful forums in the index, I have this top tip for improving your own forum:

Make a NEW MEMBERS panel

One thing almost all the successful forums have in common is a panel for new members...

Posted 17th October 2013 at 09:24 PM by brettb Comments 0
Hi,

I'm Brett, the software developer behind FindAForum.Net .

I look at every forum submitted to FindAForum. So I've seen a heck of a lot of forums!

In this article I'll look at different ways that forum owners use to monetise their forums.

1. Adsense

Quite a few forums are monetised by AdSense. It's a lazy man's way of monetising a forum.

Having said that, it can work well in forums that cover a wide variety of niches...


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