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You are a moderator


If a spammer comes on board it only takes few of you to make his posts vanish into thin air. Just use that Report Post button. Their posts will go into "Moderated" status and no one will see them. It gives admins and super mods time enough to come along and delete them for good.

Working together and taking the time out to use that button makes it very easy for members to keep this forum clean.

Help us out when you can...

A couple explanations about the two reporting option:

The Report Post Button:

The report post button is for serious issues like a spammer invading us. When you see a spam post use the report post button on those.

The Add An Infraction Button:

The add an infraction to a member button is for warning another member that they are making some mistake. Like crazy sig files or insulting other members. This helps us out a lot because it allows you to warn a member without a report post also appearing in the Mod forum.

If members use the report post button to report a sig file it causes us a lot of unnecessary hassle when the member could have just used the infraction button and warned them directly.

All infractions expire in one hour so if you happen to get one don't freak out and don't start a post about it. :-) Just heed what the member is trying to warn you about.

Very Important: It's important to understand the differences of the buttons above. The report post button is the button that helps us all make spammers vanish. The infraction button only sends a warning to a member. If you run across an obvious spammer then always use the report post button.
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  • Profile picture of the author LionMane
    What does this mean and what must you do to overcome it?

    "You do not have enough posts to create a thread in this forum"
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    You must participate in the forum before starting new threads.

    Please read the rules before posting and it will explain. (post #10)

    https://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...ral-rules.html
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    • Profile picture of the author LionMane
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      You must participate in the forum before starting new threads.

      Please read the rules before posting and it will explain. (post #10)

      https://www.warriorforum.com/main-in...ral-rules.html
      Thank you for responding.

      Can you confirm that a "Thanks" count as a post?
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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
        Originally Posted by LionMane View Post

        Thank you for responding.

        Can you confirm that a "Thanks" count as a post?
        Yes, it does.

        However, thanks posts violate the rules. That's what the thanks button is for. Since they violate the rules, they may get deleted which won't help.

        The forum doesn't want useless posts. That's in the rules too. It wants helpful replies and discussion. Those who are solely trying to increase their post count, will typically get in trouble with post deletions or even bans because they don't understand the purpose.

        For example, whatever most new members want to post has probably already been asked many times before. Most of those types of questions are deleted by the moderators. What basic questions CPA, SEO, social media, product creation, copywriting, etc. hasn't been asked and answered many times? Very few. So, those posts are deleted, and the mods will request the new member to search the forum for similar questions and their answers.

        So, what's the answer? Become part of the community. Help others out. In many cases, even the newest newbie has experience or things they can add to a discussion. Ask and answer questions without doing so just to get post counts or signature views up.

        Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author sonnyjimmy
    I read the rules but can't add a product review thread, yet i have plenty more than 5 posts on my account as per the rules. Are there different rules for product reviews?
    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Not sure - but most of your 'post count' is from today. The post requirements in 'reviews' may be more strict because too many try to 'review' their own product or 'rant' about someone else's.
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