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    Can people help my website and forum succeed by joining and posting in my forum?

    http://www.elite.datr.net/neuro/forum/

    it'd be much appreciated .....


    And also half-done website is here: http://neuro.elite.datr.net
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    (Original post by NeuroticSurgeon)
    Can people help my website and forum succeed by joining and posting in my forum?

    http://www.elite.datr.net/neuro/forum/

    it'd be much appreciated .....


    And also half-done website is here: http://neuro.elite.datr.net
    Looks good! A bit empty yet so i'll contribute if it gets bigger member wise.
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    Please sign up - esp. if you're into doing Philosophy at university.....I just set the forum up today, and I'm trying to get people to sign up and post...it's hard to start up a forum from scratch!
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    (Original post by NeuroticSurgeon)
    Please sign up - esp. if you're into doing Philosophy at university.....I just set the forum up today, and I'm trying to get people to sign up and post...it's hard to start up a forum from scratch!
    why bother http://www.philosophyforums.com is where its at! You need to sort decent sub foruming or it will be ****.
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    If I "sort" the sub foruming, with barely any members...it won't look good as well - it'd be like butter spread too thinly on bread. In any case, it's not meant to be as in-depth as those forums....more for the new philosopher...as the website tries to convey . Anything associated with philosophy goes, really.
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    (Original post by NeuroticSurgeon)
    If I "sort" the sub foruming, with barely any members...it won't look good as well - it'd be like butter spread too thinly on bread. In any case, it's not meant to be as in-depth as those forums....more for the new philosopher...as the website tries to convey . Anything associated with philosophy goes, really.
    Good site. You need real traffic though. Why not try and get a mod to incorporate your philosphy stuff into a sub forum here?
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    (Original post by 2776 2)
    Good site. You need real traffic though. Why not try and get a mod to incorporate your philosphy stuff into a sub forum here?
    I'm sorry...I don't really get what you mean about the incorporating philosophy stuff into sub forums...can you explain further?
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    (Original post by corey)
    why bother http://www.philosophyforums.com is where its at! You need to sort decent sub foruming or it will be ****.
    is it a weird philosophical trick that nothing but a blank page comes up when I try that link, or is my computer on the blink? :confused:
 
 
 
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