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Post by Ssmith on Thu Jul 23, 2015 2:28 pm

I'm surprised this has stayed up and the member not banned (yet).

Go RV!! Food For Thought? Just Some Blog Talk!! Your Thoughts?


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Dear, TNT Forum- We Are Not Children We Can Handle The Truth! Please Don't Take All The Fun Out Of This Forum! I Used To Love To Coming Here And Look At All The Great Posts People Shared But Over The Last Year Or So Things Here Have Really Changed! Now It's Like Everyone Here Is Afraid Of Offending Anyone Else! It's Like Trying To Tip Toe Through A  Nursery Of Sleeping Babies And Not Try Waking Them Up SHHH!! I'm Very Saddened By This, I Love Most Of The People Here But I'm Afraid To Post How I Feel Anymore! I Have Donated To The Blog But Just Does Not Seem Like It Did At First! I Felt Welcomed, Now Not So Much..  I Don't Think I'm The Only One Feeling This Way Lately!! I Don't Think I Broke Any Rules Here By Posting An Opinion! This Has Been On My Mind For A While Now! Just Glad To Get It Off My Chest! (GOD Bless The World) And GO RV!!! Thanks Matt834 A Watchman On The Wall!     How to Run a Blog (From TNT) Download  
  
7 Mistakes that Will KILL a Forum:

1. Excessive Ads'


I’d completely agree. While different blogs can get away with different levels of advertising (and I’d argue affiliate programs) there comes a point where the number of ads on a site can turn readers away. I would also argue that ads that are aggressively positioned on a blog can turn readers away also. If when a reader arrives on your blog and no content at all is visible you might want to consider the possibility that readers will leave frustrated.
 

2. Cliques


I think that a cliquey blog can be just an uninviting a place as a cliquey forum and that it can happen on two levels. Firstly the blogger themselves can be very cliquey in only linking out to a certain few other privileged bloggers (something A-list bloggers – whatever they are – are often accused of). Secondly the comments sections of blogs can be a cliquey place also with those commenting using in jokes, jargon and/or being snarky to new readers. While some successful blogs get away with cliquey behavior (and a few actually seem to thrive on it) the average blog trying to find it’s feet can suffer a lot as a result of it.
 

3. Trolls


This one applies with blogs and it’s something that I’ve seen frustrate a number of bloggers to the point where they’ve actually thrown in the towel and have given up blogging. Likewise trolls can frustrate readers and cause a lot of flaming between a blog’s community to the point where they almost take over.


4. Fights


Once again this can apply on a blog on two levels (both fights between bloggers and fights in comments). While an occasional fight (or vigorous discussion) can actually add life to a blog (if it’s done in a constructive and non personal way) – taken too far they can completely destroy a blogger’s (and blog’s) reputation. I’ve seen a number of bloggers go too far and/or pick the wrong fight – only to find that they become known as the blogger who said or did something stupid.

5. Very Important Not To Have Heavy Handed Moderating


This one does vary a little from blog to blog. Some bloggers obviously moderate comments more heavily than others (for example blogs like Seth Godin’s doesn’t have comments, others like Lifehacker have comments for registered members only, others queue all comments for moderation and some are quite selective on what comments they allow to appear). Each approach can work but bloggers get into trouble mainly when they change the rules along the way. If you want to moderate comments heavily I personally believe it’s your right to do so although my own belief and style is that blogs tend to work best when the reading community are able to participate in the conversation unhindered.

6. Lack of Moderation


I’ve seen a few bloggers become almost laughing stocks because of the level of comment spam that they allowed to go up on their blogs. If you’re not going to put the time into moderating comments switch them off.

7. Don’t over post


Once again there is some room to move on this one. Some blogs do tend to get away with a lot of posts each day (some of the tech blogs for example post 20+ times a day) however every blog seems to have a posting frequency that seems to be optimal for it’s topic and readership. I’ve written more on post frequency previously (also at the cost of high quantities of posts, how often should a blogger post? and more on posting schedules).

      



Should moderators delete posts that are within the rules but they disagree with


 
No, this is abuse of the moderation powers

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74%It depends, I will post why I think some exceptions apply

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4%Yes, the moderators are carefully selected and their wisdom should apply

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14%I don't care

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Post by Captain259 on Thu Jul 23, 2015 2:40 pm

Don't let Pam see it---The monster will ban you

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Post by chilimama on Thu Jul 23, 2015 3:17 pm

AS OF 2:15PM CENTRAL IT HAS BEEN DELETED FROM TNT HAHAHAHAHA

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Post by GSCDinar on Thu Jul 23, 2015 4:39 pm

Tony may be letting Goebbels (Pam) run wild since jail is coming soon - knowing the flock will scatter shortly anyway.

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Post by Kevind53 on Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:22 pm

bwuuuu haaaa haaa haaa! How to Run a Blog (From TNT) 2218296283

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