Forums are great places to get news, help and support on almost any subject – and Internet Marketing is no exception. The fact that it’s so easy to start a forum means there are a lot of spam-ridden and low-post forums around, but the three choosen here have stood the test of time.
If you’ve been marketing on the net for a while you’ll no doubt already been familiar with these, but if not they may be an eye opener for you. If you want information on breaking news, want to make deals or contact fellow marketers, or grab a bargain, these are the places to hang out.
As the masthead of this site states the forum has been around since 1997. Originally, it was a private forum as part of the Warriors “club” but now it’s open to all.
You’ll find many top names here and a lot going on, and it seems more professional than many other forums. The Warrior Forum is where the players discuss strategies and big deals are struck. Anyone can join, so go along and say “Hi!”.
There are a number of sections in the Forum but perhaps it’s unique selling point is the Warrior Special Offer. Many have quietly made substantial sales here, while others can take advantage of exclusive and unique offers. You can ask for help and advice, post articles, download free ebooks, or simply join in the discussions and offer help to others. All in all a great place to visit.
This is the second main Forum that’s been going for a long time. For a number of years this and the Warrior forum ran neck and neck for the most popular place to be in IM circles.
In recent years it’s changed from a more open threaded style of forum to one similar to the Warrior forum, but the information there is still easily accessible and the place seems more friendly than the former. There are a number of ads for Anthony Blakes products, but they don’t obscure the discussions.
Interesting places to look there include the Rants, Name and Shame and Marketplace sections.
Like the wild west of the marketing world. This is a rag tag bunch of results driven marketers, who’ll take any chance to get ahead of the competition. It’s a fascinating place to do anything from find true bargains, black hat techniques, or even freelance workers who’ll do anything for a buck.
It’s extremely popular but can be a bit strong for the sensitive soul Personally, I love to browse here once in a while and see what the cutting edge currently is…
Worthy Of Note:
This is Michael Green’s long running forum, and another popular source of help and ideas. Unlike the other forums listed above this is just a long list of threads, but you’ll find some fascinating discussions inside.
You can find more forums on the old page here. It’s an ugly, unformatted page but the info is still there.