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Can I get a personal page?

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Can I get a personal page?

Post by OmegaViper on March 1st 2011, 10:13 am

I am just wondering if I can get the .forumotion. off my site address and a forum w/o ads. Other sites you must pay for this service. Do you have such a thing? fufufu


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Re: Can I get a personal page?

Post by Jophy on March 1st 2011, 12:18 pm

Hi, your title not being specific and therefore not facilitating research via the search option, I'm not answering (nor is any other member ) until you change your title to a more specific one, related to your problem

Why do we ask explicit titles?:
The forum's search engine bases its research on keywords found in topic titles.

When you do a research, do you use "help", "urgent", "problem", "SOS" or "question" as keywords to look for topics about your problem/question?

Certainly not! So this is why it is important to use titles related to your problem/question. Doing this makes the researches much easier for visitors who use the search engine to get an answer to their question.

Thanks for your understanding.

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Re: Can I get a personal page?

Post by OmegaViper on March 2nd 2011, 8:47 am

Joph25 wrote:Hi, your title not being specific and therefore not facilitating research via the search option, I'm not answering (nor is any other member ) until you change your title to a more specific one, related to your problem

Why do we ask explicit titles?:
The forum's search engine bases its research on keywords found in topic titles.

When you do a research, do you use "help", "urgent", "problem", "SOS" or "question" as keywords to look for topics about your problem/question?

Certainly not! So this is why it is important to use titles related to your problem/question. Doing this makes the researches much easier for visitors who use the search engine to get an answer to their question.

Thanks for your understanding.

Cordially
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Fixed :wouhou:

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