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  1. 2 points
    Mike Friedman

    Into 2018 and Beyond

    It's hard to believe, but the end of the year is fast approaching. As we wrap up 2017, I'm making plans for the forum heading into 2018. I have some ideas of things I want to implement and change, but would like to get feedback from everyone in here about what you would like to see changed, what you would like to see more of, or what you would like to see different. One thing that is going to happen is I am going to cut down the number of subforums. Someone asked for a Content Marketing subforum. It has not been posted to in over a year. eCommerce subforum will be gone. They will both be merged into the main discussion area. That will probably actually be done today. For some of the other areas like SEO... I'm going to create an SEO section that will have subforums under it for local SEO, technical SEO, and a general SEO discussion. I'm thinking of creating a new Paid Traffic and Advertising section (or name it something else), which will have subcategories for AdWords, Facebook Ads, Bing Ads, CPA, etc. The current PPC and CPA sections would be merged into there. I may still change my mind about this. I might just do a SEO section and put everything under there without the subcategories. Same with the paid traffic section. Basically, I want to condense things down a bit. Leaner and lighter without so many sections that do not get utilized. I'll be updating this post, as a lot has changed in the forum platform since I created that. In general, I'm opening up the floor for the next few weeks for ideas and suggestions. And if you like everything exactly as it is, that is fine too.
  2. 1 point
    BIG Mike

    Could Twitter be dying?

    Twitter might actually make a 4th quarter profit, despite over reporting it's monthly user numbers.. http://money.cnn.com/2017/10/26/technology/business/twitter-earnings/index.html
  3. 1 point
    BIG Mike

    Could Twitter be dying?

    I don't think they're dying, I think they just fill a niche in social media and are still finding their place. Assuming CNN is correct about their international user base at 328 million, that's nothing to sneeze at.