How many Hours you spent daily on WF?

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Hello Mates,

Actually i am asking for this is that i joined this forum some days ago and i don't know how i become addicted to it.

I daily when opened my Lappy or PC, first i opened WF and after that i opened my Mail ID. Actually the reason behind it that here i found always a new thing, every time i opened it.

People posted their queries and Experts comment on that and the experience they share here is really worthfull for me.

Well if i am addicted to it then i want to know that how much time you spent here (learning is important part in it)??
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    I probably spend 30 minutes a day, unless I get pulled into an interesting thread.

    I always hit-and-run. I come in, take a look around, then leave.

    If I see something interesting, I participate.

    If I see something that I can answer quickly, I do.

    And sometimes I don't come here for days, but even when I quit, I always end up coming back... :p
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    • Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      I probably spend 30 minutes a day, unless I get pulled into an interesting thread.

      I always hit-and-run. I come in, take a look around, then leave.

      If I see something interesting, I participate.

      If I see something that I can answer quickly, I do.

      And sometimes I don't come here for days, but even when I quit, I always end up coming back... :p
      Sir i am sorry if i say something wrong but actually you are a senior worrior and you are just like a HOD of this forum so you came here in some days but Sir for a learner like me i like to spent time here for getting new updates regularly. So i spent as mush time as possible with this Forum.

      Originally Posted by barbling View Post

      Generally an hour or so a day, more so if I've just released a product and am answering affiliate questions/etc.
      Its always good to answering the question so that OP can get benefit from it.

      Originally Posted by Webkingseo View Post

      I spent 7-8 hours daily on this forum and try to learn new stuffs as maximum as i can.

      This is a great place for gaining new and interesting things of IM ans SEO field daily.
      Yes mate this a great place for multiplying your knowledge regularly.
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      • Profile picture of the author tpw
        Originally Posted by seoglobalexperts004 View Post

        Sir i am sorry if i say something wrong but actually you are a senior worrior and you are just like a HOD of this forum so you came here in some days but Sir for a learner like me i like to spent time here for getting new updates regularly. So i spent as mush time as possible with this Forum.

        There is a time for learning and a time for doing.

        The Warrior Forum was unknown to me when I was a newbie.

        I joined the forum a couple years after I started my online business, but by the time I got active in the forum, I was too busy doing to have my entire day available to me to spend here.

        There is nothing wrong with spending your entire day here, when you are learning.

        I come to the forum even today to learn, but I often stay to teach others.

        And I still learn something here all the time!!

        If I wasn't learning something here most every time I came here, I can promise you that I would not come here at all.

        I land on the forum, I browse thread titles looking for something to learn, and often I see an opportunity instead to share. Fortunately, I learn so much here, that I feel compelled to come back several times a week.
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        • Originally Posted by tpw View Post

          There is a time for learning and a time for doing.

          The Warrior Forum was unknown to me when I was a newbie.

          I joined the forum a couple years after I started my online business, but by the time I got active in the forum, I was too busy doing to have my entire day available to me to spend here.

          There is nothing wrong with spending your entire day here, when you are learning.

          I come to the forum even today to learn, but I often stay to teach others.

          And I still learn something here all the time!!

          If I wasn't learning something here most every time I came here, I can promise you that I would not come here at all.

          I land on the forum, I browse thread titles looking for something to learn, and often I see an opportunity instead to share. Fortunately, I learn so much here, that I feel compelled to come back several times a week.
          Sir it is showing still how much you have the willingness for learning.... Thanks for giving your advice and for sharing your experience with me.

          and yes Work is must and learning is also must.
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  • Profile picture of the author theebookcavern
    Recently far too long. Probably an hour a day minimum.

    Maybe it's one for the New Year's resolutions list...

    1) Run A Marathon.
    2) Give Up Alcohol.
    3) Reduce Time Spent On The Warrior Forum.



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  • Profile picture of the author Webkingseo
    I spent 7-8 hours daily on this forum and try to learn new stuffs as maximum as i can.

    This is a great place for gaining new and interesting things of IM ans SEO field daily.
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  • Profile picture of the author barbling
    Generally an hour or so a day, more so if I've just released a product and am answering affiliate questions/etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ed Micah
    Usually at least an hour, but it depends on if I decided to have a rest from working on my projects!
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  • Profile picture of the author Juvv2096
    depends on how much work I have on in the real world. The more work the less time. I do have dual monitors on my machine so I tend to work and browse the forum too LOL. Best of both worlds :p
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  • Profile picture of the author feliciayapsl
    1 hr per day for me
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  • Profile picture of the author hamidafg1
    I spend like 30 minutes but I sometimes spend longer because this forum is really good with information and there is soo much valueable information to take in.
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by seoglobalexperts004 View Post

    how much time you spent here (learning is important part in it)??
    I book two hours a day for nothing but forum and community involvement, and depending on how my other stuff pans out, I may spend three or four more hours on that. But I schedule out a full eight-hour day for my stuff, and the Warrior Forum isn't my only forum, so overall I probably spend one to three hours here every day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mahara Adhe
    Lately, I haven't been on too much. Maybe 1 hour max from coming in every now and then throughout the day. I downloaded Action Manage 2.0 from the War Room and have been using it to implement my own action plans. I used to be a big time lurker around the forums. After planning out things to reach different goals, I find that I spend a lot less time reading posts and more reaching my goals =]
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  • Profile picture of the author FloridaMark
    Originally Posted by seoglobalexperts004 View Post

    Hello Mates,

    Actually i am asking for this is that i joined this forum some days ago and i don't know how i become addicted to it.

    I daily when opened my Lappy or PC, first i opened WF and after that i opened my Mail ID. Actually the reason behind it that here i found always a new thing, every time i opened it.

    People posted their queries and Experts comment on that and the experience they share here is really worthfull for me.

    Well if i am addicted to it then i want to know that how much time you spent here (learning is important part in it)??
    Like many of the others, it depends on if a thread catches my eye, but time spent always delivers with increased knowledge and revenue.
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  • Profile picture of the author webmazter
    A few hours
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  • Profile picture of the author MMWoodward
    I actually only spend very little time here; perhaps only about a half hour at most now. However, when I first started, I'm sure I spent hours because there was just so much to look at. Because of that, though, I became discouraged through the information overload. After all, you then become so caught up with the idea of having so many different ways of making money that you actually stop yourself from putting even one idea into action.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Ryan
      When I first found the forum I spent quite a bit of time on here, but that was because I was new and looking to learn. Now I pop in from time to time during the breaks I give myself from work. So, it is probably around 30 minutes a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author viffer211
    If as your name suggests, you are an 'seo global expert' then why do you feel the need to spend so much time trying to learn? Afterall, could you not make more being an 'seo global expert'?
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    • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
      Originally Posted by viffer211 View Post

      If as your name suggests, you are an 'seo global expert' then waaa waaa waaaaaaaa
      Seriously? You're going to complain because of his NAME? I'll bet you've never committed a 211 either.
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      • Profile picture of the author viffer211
        Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

        Seriously? You're going to complain because of his NAME? I'll bet you've never committed a 211 either.
        No idea what a 211 is.... I know it's common practice on this forum for total noobs and frauds to offer themselves up as experts in something or another. I was merely pointing out how obvious the OP had made it. Offering expert seo services in your sig but then openly admitting to being and IM noob on a public forum is amusing if nothing else.
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        • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
          Originally Posted by viffer211 View Post

          Offering expert seo services in your sig but then openly admitting to being and IM noob on a public forum is amusing if nothing else.
          This may come as a shock to you, but SEO services are commonly offered outside of the IM world by people who don't even know what IM is.

          Some of those people are even experts.
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      • Profile picture of the author steppinonup
        It all depends. Sometimes I'm just looking to see if a launch has been made and other times I'm delving into the real meat of a product I've learned about in my email in-box.
        All in all I believe the "Warrior Forum" is the best over-all source of IM information on this planet and till something else comes along with surpassing success, this is where I'll spend my time learning and growing in a life of pleasant, and sometimes not so pleasant, success.
        I am very thankful for the vast depth of knowledge these seasoned Warriors have and how willingly they share this wealth with all who will listen.
        Sorry for going on and on. I can spend anywhere from ten minutes on the "Forum" to 5-6 hours.
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    • Profile picture of the author magiclouie
      Originally Posted by viffer211 View Post

      If as your name suggests, you are an 'seo global expert' then why do you feel the need to spend so much time trying to learn? Afterall, could you not make more being an 'seo global expert'?
      The thing is, things keep on changing so we should always have to study them in order to stay current.
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    • Thanks to all for replying.

      Originally Posted by viffer211 View Post

      If as your name suggests, you are an 'seo global expert' then why do you feel the need to spend so much time trying to learn? Afterall, could you not make more being an 'seo global expert'?
      Well Sir if my name is Charlie Chaplin then its only mean that i am here for making other people laugh all time. I don't have the rights to anything else. or may i not have the rights to do the thing other then laughing??

      I am here for learning Internet Marketing, so what if am an expert in only SEO.. No one is perfect in this world.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
    I try not to exceed 2 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
    Hard to say ... I'm rather sporadic.

    Not sure "hours" would really be the most suitable unit of time against which to measure my participation here at the moment, anyway.

    I'm a sucker for getting "pulled in", not just here but by distractions in general, so many days I'll forgo the temptation to visit at all if I want to get much work done. Especially at this time of the year when daylight burns quickly. Have to give myself time to do outdoor stuff, too - often go cycling down unlit tracks, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    Last weeks I've been less in here and working more then usual. But an hour a day is probably the most I stay in here - unless a good discussion is going on.
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  • Profile picture of the author solado
    I used to spend 6-8 hours on here trying to figure out the magic golden nugget.

    These days I try restrict my time on here to 1 hour as I feel I learned enough to put into practice, since doing so I am now seeing results, not money wise but traffic, rankling and content wise. Heres to hoping the money will follow soon
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Ward
    Very little anymore; I go weeks/months without even looking at this forum. I find my time to be better spent doing actual work rather than getting sucked into this place for hours, which tends to happen if I come here at all.
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  • Probably way too many for the good of my business. The guys that are really making money online are hardly on here because they are executing a business strategy. My goal for 2012, is to cut down on WF time big time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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    I find myself checking throughout the day. If something catches my eye, then I'm posting and looking for reviews. I don't really time myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Padou
    4 hours per day
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    I'll tell ya, I think I spend too much on this great forum, but it's tought to get off because I just learn SO much.

    I'm of the thinking that as long as you are on here learninf from the experiences of others, you are actually investing in your own success! So, I don't feel guilty at all.

    In fact, the WF is almost always open in a tab on my browser!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    I'm here as much as my WF customers & potential WF customers need me to be. Only a small portion of my customer base is from the WF, so I don't spend too much time here during the week.

    It really varies, if I'm doing bumping a lot of WSO's I'll spend longer here.. usually check in about once an hour to answer support questions and PM's.

    When I'm not bumping WSO's I'll check threads and PM's once in the morning, once in the evening.. and whenever I get an email telling me someone has posted on one of my WSO's.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nikhil V Nair
    I spend around 1hr everyday. It is really an addiction. I feel like I would loose something very valuable if I don't keep an eye on warrior forum
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  • Profile picture of the author Ian Andrews
    Far too much lately, which unfortunately leads me to spending too much or not earning too much because I am getting distracted. I need to get a life. Warrior Forum is great but geez you can lose a lot of hours here LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author hodari
    Over the course of a day about 2 or 3 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author Viramara
    just once a week to find a new inspiration
    i think it's healthier to spend more time for my own marketing effort, and my niche is not IM. I've learned from the past forum-ing can be distracting LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author PrestonPilgrim
      I just started using this forum, and i would have to say i spend atleast 4 to 6 hours on it trying to learn every single detail there is with internet marketing. This is only because i am a newbie. Once i get a better understanding on everything i plan on limiting my forum time to only 1 hour per day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kesso
    The forum is a community where you can help and be helped, if I had known this a long time ago I would have reaped a lot of benefits. So now I try to spend as much time as possible in the forum because I derive a lot of benefit from just reading the posts being made especially anything that concerns a newbie as I am yet to fully get started.
    As for the number of hours I spend I usually keep a tab opened for as long as I am on the net.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ronno99
    I'm here about 30 minutes per week.
    I don't know how some of you get any work done.
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  • Profile picture of the author louisshane
    I spent 20 to 25 minutes in WF, I always do posting and read a helpful articles in SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandebdavid
    WF has become so addictive for me. Given that am a newbie in IM and there is lots to learn from the so many knowledgeable gurus on WF i give it a whole to quench my thirst to learn more. I'd say i give it like three full days in a week.
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  • Profile picture of the author guptasandeep
    20 to 30 minutes...
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    I spend about one hour a day on this forum
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  • Profile picture of the author webworm
    I usually spend 4-5 hours surfing inside this forum.
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