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    New Forum Group for how-to do things related to interacting on a forum

    As posted to the top of the forum homepage...
    As the Internet has evolved, discussion forums have become the primary way like-minded people come together to share their passion and their interests.
    It's "Discussion Forums", not Chat Rooms or E-mail lists that has become the DOMINANT way people of a like mind come together to share their passion. You can find a discussion forum for just about any topic of interest you have where you can get information to help you with whatever it is you're working on.

    When it comes to interaction on a discussion forum there are all kinds of things you can do and this sub-forum will house articles on these different things.

    On a side note, because the price to attend one of our Saturday Classes and even our Thursday night classes, Roadshow classes and Advanced Classes is,
    1. Becoming a registered member of our forum
    2. Replying to a sign-up thread

    We've been teaching a huge section of the car enthusiast world,
    1. What a discussion forum is
    2. How to interact on one

    Most members of car clubs don't even know their own club has a forum let alone how to interact on it, so one of the side-benefits of joining our forum to attend one of our classes is you learn how to join ANY forum and interact on it, even your own club's forum.

    Pretty cool....

    Mike Phillips
    Office: 800-869-3011 x206
    Mike.Phillips@Autogeek.net
    "Find something you like and use it often"

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    Re: New Forum Group for how-to do things related to interacting on a forum

    Very true, Mike. I have learned a lot here. Thanks everyone.
    quality creates its own demand

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