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Discussion in 'Discussion Group' started by markfnc, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. markfnc

    markfnc Well-Known Member

    I was looking back at old posts, back to 2006 and noticed how there would be 20 posts a day. now you can check in for new activity when you've been out 5 days and there is nothing.

    used to be some interesting non political posts/polls.
     
  2. Wayne Stollings

    Wayne Stollings Well-Known Member

    QFT




     
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  3. BobF

    BobF Well-Known Member

    I suspect there's been a move to Social Media as well. Online forums in general seem to be quieter and more lackluster with the rise of phone apps geared toward Facebook, etc.
     
  4. singlemom2

    singlemom2 Active Member

    Most people are on Next Door. I see a lot of neighbors being "not so neighborly" on there. It's a shame people can't disagree about things & be cordial about it....
     
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  5. Auxie

    Auxie Well-Known Member

    I like Next Door because it gives me an idea of what's going on in my neighborhood.
     
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  6. lgb0250

    lgb0250 Well-Known Member

    I like next door also. Just wish the format was more like a forum. Not nearly as much snarkiness on it. Probably because their real names and neighborhood they live in are there for everyone to see! Nothing to hide behind.
     
  7. Rae

    Rae New Member

    I'm on Nextdoor too, its good. Just wish all would use it as intended and stop soliciting their businesses. Recommendations are one thing, but people advertising their business every week is annoying.
     
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  8. certdude

    certdude Well-Known Member

    Take my book on this, report them all. My neighborhood has learned, they get 1 chance. After that I report everything commercial. Theres a dedicated section for businesses, doesnt cost them anything. They can advertise all they want via it. Most just dont know about it
     

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