This was discussed a short while ago. I am following up to see if this idea was rejected or not.
was thinking of an interesting format to a forum of this type. I know you just started the research forum, and I
remember talking about the "Hit Forum", but that one never became a reality. I remember you had an old, outdated
"Testimonials" section, and now you seem to just link to the forum for information on the products. Maybe you
should put these two concepts together.
A forum called "Testimonials", "Success Stories", "Hit Reports",
"Product Opinions", etc.
You could either have one thread for each product or combination and reserve it only
for stories regarding the success of the products. You could then have a "Testimonials" link that, unlike all other
sites where they just have a link to a page that says, "This product was great. I am now married, rich, have 3
women on the side, and got promoted to upper management all within a few months of using the product. Thanks,
-Great way for customers to easily see success of each product for what type of person,
-Separates success and hit stories from basic -mone questions (e.g. newbie "What's the best for
-Stories would see a lot of activity and maybe encourage a simple, structured format for reporting hits to
collaborate ideas efficiently
-Interactive "Testimonials" page unlike any other site and has both success and maybe
OD/failure stories to inform people what might not work for them also
-May require extra moderator
activity to place threads in correct area (sorry mods)
-More forums (sorry mods)
-Extra work (sorry
-Is it needed?
-Sure, it sounds nice and organized, but what would happen if you let the thing loose?
Overall, it sounds nice because the forums would be divided into:
I just thought I'd throw that idea in there. I'd like that because it might
even be helpful for the lesser-used products that you never hear about to be more easily-accessed. With "forum
turnover", you notice product discussion trends (SOE, Chikara, and perception seem to be the big ones now, but
before it was AE, WAGG, and TE/NPA. What about PI, PCC, Cops, Perfect 10, etc?) and some products you have to go
way back to find information on, and it'd be buried. Maybe this way, you could keep the threads in this
forum lower and therefore easier to find success stories and other information. However, who knows what could
happen with it? It doesn't even have to be formatted the way I am thinking, but I thought it'd be a good idea.
Any thoughts or updates on what happened with that idea?