- Dec 19, 2019
Go do it man! See how it turns out for you. Don't listen to the naysayers, follow your heart! If it turns out to be a success, then great, if not, then you figure something out.
Starting a Gen Disc forum in the 90's is so, so very different than today.I also think you should go for it because it doesn't appear you're risking much besides time.
I started with a general discussion BBS in the '90s and now have a niche site that's been running since 1999. Content and look-and-feel are very important to draw new members. But there is also member-created content that will become unique to your site over time.
Right. Things Facebook/Twitter/Reddit already have, while not mentioning all of additional functionality & billions of active users already using those platforms...Relationships, cliques, drama, and a sense of community