Forum Marketing: How To Effectively Get Kicked Out Of All The Communities

by Kevin D. McNabb - Date: 2009-11-05 - Word Count: 493 Share This!

A forum is generally made up of a community of people that gather to share ideas, concepts and strategies surrounding a general or specific topic.

The forum is usually laid out in topic categories and the community members usually communicate through discussion posts.

Each member has the ability to control their preferences, profile, signatures, messages and subscriptions through a dashboard called The User Control Panel.

Now one of the first things you will notice when you join a forum is the rules set forth by the administrators for use of the forum.

In order to effectively get yourself kicked out of the community, the first thing you need to realize is that those rules are not for you, they are there for all other members to adhere to.

The first thing you want to do once you log into your forum account is to update your signature file within your profile.

Remember; do not fill out your profile with any information. These spaces have been created for the other users.

The signature file is a great place to put as many links as you can possibly stuff in the space provided. Don't worry about continuity or whether or not these links are relevant.

Once you have completed updating your signature file, your next step is to post a thread or join an existing discussion. Most users will look for a forum post or threads that interest them. This is not important to you, remember, you are not "most users."

Randomly pick a discussion that seems to be popular and create a post that aggressively promotes your business opportunity. Do not worry about whether your post has anything to do with the current discussion.

Once you have posted to an existing discussion it is important to create your own discussion. This is important, so pay attention.

You want to create one post that aggressively promotes your business opportunity with no less than ten (10) personal links embedded in the post.

Once you have created this post, copy it and post it in every discussion area available within that particular forum community.

Upon completing these posts it is important to use exactly the same strategy in as many forum communities as possible.

One of the most effective strategies you can implement to get yourself kicked out of the community is to use what you have learned above and post in forums that have absolutely nothing to do with your business opportunity at all.

Remember, the less relevant your posts are and the less relevant the forum topics are the more effective your strategy will work.

I guarantee that if you follow what you have learned above, you will find that in a very short time (perhaps the same day) you will have effectively been kicked out of the forum communities that you have posted in.

Do whatever it takes to overcome the urge to add any value to others through your posts. All this is going to do is delay your overall strategy of getting yourself kicked out of a forum community.

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