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Innovative link dropping
blaze




msg:4143177
 7:21 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

Link drops should include community comments about the links themselves so users can see at a glance how authoritavit e they are,


Eg:


Www.myaffiliatesite.com (15 thumbs down, 2 thumbs up).

Or something.

 

subexpression




msg:4143214
 8:14 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

User-moderated forums fail.
Leaving the job of moderation to the users doesn't solve the problem.
Because I hate hyperlinks in forums, I would vote thumbs down for all of them, just out of spite.

digitalv




msg:4143385
 3:08 am on May 29, 2010 (gmt 0)

Because I hate hyperlinks in forums, I would vote thumbs down for all of them, just out of spite.


I'm not normally one to comment on things like this, but seriously, this is literally the dumbest response to a legitimate suggestion I've ever seen here.

subexpression




msg:4143455
 7:15 am on May 29, 2010 (gmt 0)

I'm not normally one to comment on things like this, but seriously, this is literally the dumbest response to a legitimate suggestion I've ever seen here.


I find it interesting how your words are so pensive and thought provoking.
Thank you for enlightening us all on how you hate my "dumbest response" to what you consider a legitimate suggestion. Yes, it's legitimate. Yet, so is my response.

Now we know what you think.
How exactly do your "thoughts" about my response add to the discussion?

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