A few weeks back a friend pointed me to ForumFinder.net. I have been unable to thank them enough for doing so. As the name implies the website is actually a forum, but it doesn’t only deal with forums. In fact, more and more it (like the internet itself) is being taken over by bloggers.
Essentially, ForumFinder is dedicated to helping its members promote their online projects – be those forums, traditional static websites, blogs, or pretty much anything else online. It really is a great group of people that are interested in both sharing the hard lessons they’ve learned and pushing other members to excel in all ways.
In trying to find a way to give back to this new community I now call home I decided that the best thing for me to do would be to create the weekly ForumFinder Blog Carnival. All of the rules and guidelines are available on the carnival homepage (check my right sidebar, or just click the link in the last sentence), and if you have any questions or comments you can submit them in the forum thread dedicated to the carnival here.
The deadline for the first edition is tonight at 9pm (Pacific time) and there’s still plenty of room for your best blog post of the week! But if you read this late don’t worry, because we’ll be having one every week. Articles can be submitted at BlogCarnival.com.