The Internet gives you a wide range of webmaster forums to choose from. In spite of this wide choice only a limited number of them may be considered as friendly communities. Some of them are examined to unbearable extents while others include hugely saturated hosting reviews market, which is great for those who want to buy something, but not really worthwhile is you have something for sale. It is impossible to compete efficiently with writers who charge as little as one cent per word or offer impossibly low rates for other kinds of service.
NetBuilders.org – Net-Builder provides a spirit of community certainly warmer than in any other forum that I ever attended regular posters who like to help, owned by Will Spencer, a very successful web empire, the owner has $ 70,000 USD in a month through ad networks (eg, AdSense). Will Spencer is very accessible, unlike many other great faces, and will not hesitate to answer any questions you may have.
WickedFire.com – Wicked Fire, despite its adult subject of fetishes, is a surprisingly warm community – but they are known to stereotype people, and it is very hard work for the development of an appropriate name and live up to that standard . They are certainly not a good market, “selling information” (eg eBooks), but you are kindly thanked if you (fairly easy), they, without asking, what in return.
DigitalPoint.com – Digital Point is very close, so it is unclear who you should do if you need help. The crew was moderation is also known that “their work,” sometimes probably wrongly. I personally am not participating in the Digital Point, but occasionally I am delighted about their wildly overcrowded market.