I recently was stable enough to invest time and some money into opening the forum itself. Before this, I was never able to dedicate time each day for a project, so when I had the chance I jumped. I also had chosen the perfect name, and everything was truly just falling in line, had to take the chance before I lost it.What factors did you have that convinced you to found Forumer.io?
Haha indeed! But it also felt like I never planned it at all; as soon as I got the domain and the software, I hit the ground running and within almost 2 weeks we launched.That is true. I don't see anything to complain about. You must have planned well before take-off.
My plans? Oh let's see; when I created Forumer.io the goal was (and still is) to have a community ready to help out new webmasters and create a new standard for online communities. Truthfully, while I do own Forumer.io, the goal is to have the community shape and develop new plans for the community, not just myself.What are your plans on forumer? Also do you have business experience of any type online or offline?
By allowing the community to change and shape the forum the way they want it. Too many webmaster forums are the same content, the same thousands of different topics in 20 different boards. I want to get back in touch with the "forumers" and give them an opportunity to make it their own.How are you going to make Forumer different to other webmaster forums?
Anything pasta.What is your favorite food?
Good choice!I would probably choose reading really fast, I could read and finish a ton of books. I can already type fast!
Would you rather everyone be required to wear identical silver jumpsuits or any time two people meet and are wearing an identical article of clothing they must fight to the death?