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6:03 pm on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I would suggest posting people, maybe once a month interesting articles.

Other sites do this, and it shows me that the content is active, interesting and relevant to why I subscribed to a website in the first place. You could include an opt-out for those who do not like this.

Even if you posted a summary of the best topics in a month, maybe with summary, this would maybe get me visiting more. Show me where it is interesting, I would be willing to highlight my interest areas!

I am not a regular visitor because I had forgotten you exist!


3:17 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

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This sounds like a good idea, instead of having just the links through to each forum subsection you could have something like business directories have, a featured post so that it picks one at random to display each day for each section (like in browserside world you could have a featured post for html, css, javascript and ajax etc...). You could even set up a subscription piece where you can subscribe to a newsletter as such that sends you the best/interesting topic of the subforum each week and you can select which sections you want to hear about. I, personally would like to hear about HTML, CSS and Javascript so if I could receive an email or just a notification email with a link to potentially learn something new I would be very happy.

For people who would want to use the forum as a learning base rather than a fixing base it would introduce you to new code for that language and maybe teach you things you didn't know were possible before.

Anything to expand your knowledge sounds like a good idea to me.


9:05 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I love to learn, like you LouiseMarie, we need to know that my time is worth investing in a website.

What surprises me is when i have the opportunity to help and give something back in the most unexpeczed situations.

I do think it is a shame that I have been subscribed to the forum, and I had forgotten about this fantastic and active resource.


9:16 pm on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I have just visited the subscription page, I do not see enough benefits to pay at the moment.
Until I see an exclusive area of expertise that I cannot find by video, and be confident that experts really exist in numbers, I would not subscribe.

Many people who are starting out do not have much cash handy.

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