I was about to suggest lightening up on Americans.
I suppose you might say things can seem a bit antagonistic now and then, but doesn't that apply to any perspective?
then start a few more topical threads to see what happened, maybe a couple each? Any agreement on that?
After posting the above, I went to look to our statistics.Total Members: 1340Total Posts: 45270Total Topics: 667Average registrations per day: 11.00Average posts per day: 68.04This is not so bad.
So the question becomes, how do we get more ACTIVE members?
Quote from: string on 2015-10-09, 17:04:20then start a few more topical threads to see what happened, maybe a couple each? Any agreement on that?I'm not sure what is your undertanding of a "topical" thread...We had threads based on books, documentaries, architecture, music, football and, certainly, many other topics. I find those threads to be "topical ones" unlike philosophy, religion, science and other very open subjects. All those threads either finished soon or needs a gigantical posting effort from the OP to keep it running.To me, the place DnD fulfills in the internet world is to be the remainder from the times people used to think about the world, as well a mirror of human nature and diversity. Course we'll slowly die in agony... it's our fate, we can't fight it.
Who are those guests?
I used the term "critical mass" earlier and it's sort of appropriate, one needs enough people interested in a particular subject in order to keep it alive.For example a hot topic in the UK at the moment is the new leader of the Labour Party. I can't imagine more than 3 or our number in discussing such a topic. It's the same with discussing Trump in the US context 3 or 4 Americans would be interested but not that many others. If I post about football/ soccer; again not so many. The old subjects of religion, terrorists, guns and even good have been cover ed d so much that we could probably write each other's posts!
It's not pleasant to our American posters to see critics to the USA? well, it's not pleasant to Muslims to see critics to their religion as well and so on and so on.
My life is much too boring!
I don't know the term keyboard keyword advertising ... What is it?
Pretty inclusive, but not overwhelming. http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/seo-site-keyword-optimize-ht
Probably members that aren't logged in.
It depends on Frenzie's say so though and the effort involved. I'm loathe to give him more workload on this sort of thing. So awaiting his comment.
I stand by my vision of rjhowie being the one turning the lights off. New place, same scenario.The "criticism" of the US on this forum is beyond stupid. My own well-reasoned insights into American foibles are of course the exception.
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