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New Site(Automotive Forum) - Austinw - 01-06-2012

ok sense my last site got hacked, I'm back with a new one.. More security this time. Yet again I know Free hosting sucks but im not paying till I get get atleast 20 members on there and some good posts. but here we are come talk about your ride!
http://fullspool.comuv.com/


RE: New Site(Automotive Forum) - pdtrx - 01-06-2012

(01-06-2012, 07:28 AM)Austinw Wrote: I know Free hosting sucks but im not paying till I get get atleast 20 members on there and some good posts

It doesn't work that way.



RE: New Site(Automotive Forum) - Austinw - 01-10-2012

Yeah I know but im going to at least give it a shot.


RE: New Site(Automotive Forum) - Andre R. - 01-10-2012

I wish you luck, but it is a crazy thought that people will chat about any drivetrain, or any suspension etc in a general auto forum. You think there could be 1,000 (tame estimate) different cars/vehicles out there, and it is just not right to think that you are going to have any specific expertise; where expertise/common knowledge will be the main driver behind how popular you are.

Look at pavementsucks.com, specialising in off roaders, look at my site, look at honda/ford/Peugeot communities, they all have something in common inside them. Autos can't just be generalised, otherwise your members will be wasting their time from a lack of expertise.