Do you ever feel indifferent toward your site?

zappaDPJ

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It's rewarding, in part because I know it's become a second home for some people: I know that because members have often told me that they don't know what they would do without it.
Nicely put :) I think that's true of a lot of established forums and something we should all try and remember before we start rearranging the furniture or worse, closing the forum down.
 

DigNap15

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I'm an older guy, and I do everything myself, back office, admin and I'm the only modertor

It has been a good ride for the first two years

But I often wonder why I do it, so many hours of my life.

But then I get a pm from a member saying they really appreciate the forum,

And that makes me feel better
 
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kolakube

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It's rewarding, in part because I know it's become a second home for some people: I know that because members have often told me that they don't know what they would do without it. I'm still pretty hands-on there even after all these years.

Nicely put :) I think that's true of a lot of established forums and something we should all try and remember before we start rearranging the furniture or worse, closing the forum down.
Too true. Stats & analytics tools can reveal a lot but they don't measure the "human impact" from us admins showing up consistently to our sites.
 
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