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It appears most warriors use WordPress as their platform now.

Could we have a forum of that?

I know you have a web design forum, but a lot of them use Dreamweaver and Photoshop and the likes.

Lots of advantages because warriors are selling WordPress themes and plugins.

This would give scope for warriors to have a dedicated forum for WordPress, and give free training courses with up-sells?

If homing in on WordPress might be a problem include all the cms, but include Magneto..smiles

regards

Jim
#forum #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author zcrafts
    Good Suggestion Jim.. Would be great to see separate section for this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trivum
    I'd like to see this too.
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  • Profile picture of the author htsashok
    Yeah! i agree with you guys!
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    • Profile picture of the author Alaister
      Yeh I think this is a good idea guys.
      My only concern is the number of sub-forums Warrior Forum already has.
      I don't want to dilute the conversation too much.

      Do you think there are specific categories/forums that are not needed? or ones that we can merge?
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      • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
        Originally Posted by Alaister View Post

        Yeh I think this is a good idea guys.
        My only concern is the number of sub-forums Warrior Forum already has.
        I don't want to dilute the conversation too much.

        Do you think there are specific categories/forums that are not needed? or ones that we can merge?
        Alaister, I think that's a genuine concern for many members at the moment. For that reason, perhaps a WordPress section could be incorporated within the Website Design forum.

        Other sections that could be worth returning to/merging with the main area would be:

        - PPC/SEM
        - Email Marketing
        - Conversion Rate Optimization
        - Mobile Marketing
        - eCommerce Sites
        - Growth Hacking

        That would leave the stand-alone marketing sections as:

        - Main Forum
        - SEO
        - Ad Networks
        - Social Media
        - Offline
        - Copywriting
        - Mind
        - Product Reviews

        Plus the Private and Support forums.

        Which is still quite a number of specialty sections. It would also be useful to have a list of these prominently displayed at the top of the main forum, both to promote the other areas, and to remind posters of which section to use - I would imagine many visitors click straight through to the main forum without looking at what other sections are listed.


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