This is a blog post about three internet marketing forums that I highly recommend using. Since many people use forums to include signature links I will include the signature requirements here too. These are listed in order (1-3) based on their usefulness in my opinion.
1) v7n.com: This is a great active forum. It’s pretty active with around 6500 users on at any time. This makes it pretty much the second most active internet marketing forum after the warrior forum. The reason this forum got a rank one in my opinion is because they have high traffic numbers (even if your forum is the best in the world if no one posts on it then it’s useless) and more than that when I joined three months ago I wasn’t active, however today when I actually started posting, it was extremely useful with a great community. 30 quality posts is needed to gain access to the signature feature.
2) warriorforum.com: The granddaddy of all internet marketing forums. It has around 25k+ users online at any time with a maximum (yes this large) of over 150k+ users online at it’s very height. If you had a popular thread at that point you could have gotten some serious traffic. I’ve been so tempted to spam this forum so many times in the main discussion for to get all that traffic, however I haven’t succumbed yet.
3) digitalpoint.com: Similar to the warrior forum this forum is also considered the top forum around. It only has around 2-3k people on at any one time which isn’t that much, however the premium membership (which isn’t cheap) has some pretty good features (warrior forum gives most of those features for free, which really annoys me that to get equal traffic it costs $150/year) however… owell. There is a post requirement to gain access to the signature feature.
Most high traffic webmaster forums have these sorts of rules to prevent people from joining and posting a bunch of low quality posts. Be sure to read the rules on these 3 forums before joining. Don’t let the moderators label you as a bad posters or spammer.
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