Monthly Archives: April 2015

Link Canonicalization – Explained

If you are someone that has spent any amount of time on the Internet, then you might have noticed that some websites always contain “www” in their URL and then there are some that are fading away from that trend, and do not contain the “www” in the URL. However, how do you do this? Is it simple? Is it a good thing to do or does it just look nice? Well, sit down and let me explain a few things.

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Site Madness Battles – Interview with Tucker933

The Site Madness Battles were pretty good, and as such I have decided to interview a number of the people involved, that either got a placement in the top 3-4, had the best battle, or were staff that helped run the battle. You will see a number of interviews being posted over the upcoming week or two, in relationship to those who were involved, that agreed to do an interview for you all!

To start off the Interviews being posted, I have decided to start off with the winner of the Site Madness Battles Continue reading

Avoiding Common Rookie Webmaster Mistakes

When you first start your first forum, the thought of becoming a webmaster can be a daunting task. Fortunately for you, most rookie webmasters make the same mistakes that can be fairly easily avoided when starting out. This article is a guide on how to avoid those classic mistakes that rookie webmasters always seem to make when starting a new forum, which are three things I normally seem to see Continue reading

SBM Champion: Open Carnage Forums

Today, we at Forum Promotion would like to celebrate with Tucker933, who owns Open Carnage Forums, in which Open Carnage has won the Championship to the 2015 Forum Promotion Site Battle Madness! Congratulations Tucker933!

As the winner to the Site Battle Madness, he got a number of prizes, Continue reading

Websites & Forums: Good First Impressions

First impressions are one of the most underestimated parts of starting a successful forum or website. A first impression is what a viewer immediately thinks about your site at first glace. If a viewer receives a negative first impression, they unfortunately will probably leave your forum or website and it will be difficult to bring them back. There are three very important key points Continue reading

Maximizing your Adsense revenue (for forum owners)

Google Adsense – Probably the first way many people try to monetize their content. I don’t blame them, Adsense has the highest earning rates of all. It can be argued that no other ad companies can beat them. Many guides and tips you see online now are for maximizing Adsense on your blog, website, etcetera. So, I thought I’d write up a some tips for all of you forum owners out there.

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