This might not necessarily be accepted, but I think it could make for some useful discussion. I would like to propose a minimum post count requirement before a site can be submitted to the promotion directories. Users from time to time appear to create relatively low quality, low effort sites and quickly cross-post their site across several different promotion forums without any real effort or time investment involved. While FP utilises rel=nofollow to avoid leaking any real pagerank, it still distracts from users who have made even the smallest contributions. There are several parts to this proposal, a subset of this proposal may be accepted, debated without necessarily having to accept all of it, if any of it at all: Absolute minimum post count. A minimum post count a user on Forum Promotion (not the post count of their site, although that would be a logical extension of this proposal) must have before they can submit their site to the promotion directories. The exact threshold is debatable, but it could range from 5 to 15 posts. Recent post count. This is slightly more controversial and I expect that it will likely get shot down immediately, but users could be required to produce a certain number of posts in a certain timeframe to retain visibility of their promotion topic. Possible numbers could include 1 post per month or every three months. Temporarily archiving. Topics for users who fall out of the recent post count criteria could be archived in a spot inaccessible to them until they do fulfil the criteria once more, so the topic will keep relevant information and discussion from previous incarnations. Exemptions. Users with a long track record of activity could be exempt from these criteria, unless they stop posting for really long durations like a couple of years or even a year.