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Why do you run a forum?

Discussion in 'Forum Management' started by jauburn, Apr 10, 2015.


Why do you run a forum?

  1. Money/Profit

  2. Enjoyment/Hobby

  3. Enjoyment/Hobby but Hoping for Money

  4. Job Requirement or Credential

  5. Other (explain)

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  1. jauburn

    jauburn Well-Known Member

    What is your motivation or what are your motivations?
  2. Robby

    Robby Well-Known Member

    To create a community that gets bigger with time about the same subject.
  3. The Geek

    The Geek Active Member

    Where else would I get my daily dose of drama from? :)

    Sarcasm aside; because it feels great to be a part of connecting others.
    BassMan, jauburn and hellreturn like this.
  4. jauburn

    jauburn Well-Known Member

    I suspected that the "connection" theme would be mentioned more than once, perhaps predominantly. Anyway, thanks.
  5. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member


    Money/Profit &
  6. RichardGaspa

    RichardGaspa Active Member

    I founded and run my small piece of the Internet so that military veterans like me have a place to go that shares the emotional and spiritual experiences of serving in the military through poetry, stories, and photos by combat veterans. In addition, I wanted to be able to create a vehicle in order to dispense important knowledge regarding the benefits the veteran has earned while serving their country.

    Non-Profit, Enjoyment, Hobby
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2015
  7. Sheratan

    Sheratan Well-Known Member

    Just for hobby and making new friends. ;)
  8. drastic

    drastic Well-Known Member

    I've worked on websites for over 10 years and forums are a new venture for me. I've been able to get hundreds of comments on blog articles, but this is a lot more challenging!

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