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hpr2472 :: Forum Failure

Lostnbronx talks about his recent experiment in running a forum.

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Hosted by lostnbronx on 2018-01-23 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: forum,lostnbronx,platform,community.
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In 2017 I created a forum over at Proboards dedicated to my audio work and writing. It didn't attract a user base, and I deleted it when 2018 rolled around.

These are just some thoughts about why I wanted it to begin with, and why I think it failed.

I still believe Proboards is a good way to jump into forums and using forum software, and still recommend it for that reason:

https://proboards.com/

Here are some of my projects mentioned briefly in this episode:


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