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Performancing launch Forums

Posted By Darren Rowse 19th of December 2005 Pro Blogging News 6

There’s some cool news over at Performancing today. Nick’s just announced that they are officially launching their new Forums tomorrow. It looks like a fun place to hang out to talk with other bloggers about professional blogging type stuff.

Enjoy.

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Comments
  1. Interesting to see. I must say, I find the pace at Performancing difficult to keep up with, which means I ultimately have to miss out on some of their content.

    I wonder has anyone else found a blogs posting schedule to be punishing rather than enjoyable before?

  2. Sometimes I think Darren here posts too quickly for me to follow ;-)

    Joking, of course. Keep up the good work! The forums look interesting, I haven’t really been to Performancing.com before, even though I saw their ads everywhere. I guess I’ll finally see what they have to offer, for a change.

  3. yeah – some days I can’t keep up with Performancing – although they posted a week or so back that they were going to slow down from memory.

    Of course there are days when i can’t keep up with my own posting level. There was one day last week that I posted 10 times which was way too much.

  4. Performance has slowed down greatly over the last couple of weeks. You’re right, they were whizzing by. Now, I think they may at most, have 1 post per 24 hours. As someone still relatively new to the blog world, I like the fast pace they had before, as I cannot get enough of that great info.

    Of course, the slow down is intended to provide higher quality posts, according to them. Which is a good trade off.

    Vic

  5. Jacob says: 12/20/2005 at 1:20 am

    Most of the popular gadget sites are too quick for me to keep up with.

  6. I noticed a trend on recently launched forums. Forum posts look just like blog posts. Even the title tag is there. I think this is a great idea for generating a new content. And search engines will surely appreciate it.

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