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Steve Bullman last won the day on October 23 2018

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    Simple to use and a much needed addition to my forum. With an old established forum you often end up good friends with members and can be in the position of having to ban them at some times. This plugin lets you remove them from an individual topic when they have overstepped the mark.....hopefully a good enough reminder for them to revisit the forum rules.
    Does what it says on the tin with zero fuss
  1. Mine sort of was, but not in any vindictive manner. There was no UK based forum in my niche at the time, and whilst there was a few brits posting on the american forums, they were very much under utilised by brits in general, so I started a UK one. Most of the brits started posted but carried on to a lesser extent on the american sites.
  2. So, good news to hear you are doing something positive, however its not ideal for me personally as I currently use a tapatalk BYO app. I really would want the ability to add adverts into any app were I to change. That was until this morning however, when i received an email from tapatalk saying they were discontinuing support for their branded BYO! 😡
  3. I used to use the tachy goes to coventry feature on the old vbulletin, which basically does what you suggest. It came up in a conversation once with one of my sponsors who is a bit more on the ball than me. He was dubious as to the legality of it.
    Good work. As usual Dawid has thought of everything
  4. We only have to look at our own communities/facebook pages/groups. How often do 6 month old topics get bumped up on facebook page compared to forums, despite facebook having much higher traffic!
  5. Not done yet, juggling a million projects at the moment
  6. No it wouldn't! You seem very confident in the user base you are going to receive. Very intriguing, please keep us posted, and good luck
  7. Anyone know the legalities of using a plugin such as this please?
  8. I just purchased the one above, works a treat. Only $20 and with no 6 monthly renewal fees like most plugins
  9. I’ll post a link to the blog when I’m done
  10. I'd also add creating leads for a gaming community could be more than reasonable if you consider the possibilities. I'm sure theres plenty of software developers/companies have profiles on there. Could be a valuable opportunity for picking up sponsorship, testers, who knows what else. Got to look at the bigger picture
  11. Thanks Joel, interesting read Of course, it depends on niche. My forum is industry based as you know. I would say its particularly relevant to them. They are far more likely to get a large scale commercial job from an office bod seeing their posts on Linkedin, without the endless pointless and time wasting facebook messages from Mrs Miggins to deal with
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