(This post was last modified: 11-30-2020, 12:40 PM by W4RL0RD.)
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So hey guys I'm starting a WebHosting Marketing Tip Discussion in this subforum for now until there's a place more appropriate. These are insights from my experience, helping out some of the biggest forums you know grow their empire. The first thing I will discuss is the premium/upgrade exclusive sections.


You know why the Premium Sections of forums are always empty? 

Because the entire niche (cracking) is revolved around 'take & sell'. 

The premium don't want to give or contribute to their premium subforums because they are either 

A: Slightly Broke after a rank Upgrade and need to earn their money back. 

Or

B: Taking and Selling.

Plus not that many established members would want to post anything semi-public. 

What would you post semi-public? 

- Tutorials exclusively to Premium Members on Stylization, etc.

- The actual high quality content, for example, 

that teaches you marketing your products and services well.

But before you can offer access to the Premium subforums, you can't break your promise of Premium and you

have to have it filled with good content first, and nothing public.

Maybe some exclusive tools, coded source code, shit like that.
You know why the Premium Sections of forums are always empty? 
Because the entire niche (cracking) is revolved around 'take & sell'. 
The premium don't want to give or contribute to their premium subforums because they are either 
A: Slightly Broke after a rank Upgrade and need to earn their money back. 
Or
B: Taking and Selling.
Plus not that many established members would want to post anything semi-public. 
What would you post semi-public? 
- Tutorials exclusively to Premium Members on Stylization, etc.
- The actual high quality content, for example, 
that teaches you marketing your products and services well.
But before you can offer access to the Premium subforums, you can't break your promise of Premium and you
have to have it filled with good content first, and nothing public.
Maybe some exclusive tools, coded source code, shit like that.