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Subject: Re: Thoughts on a board for every article? Date: 7/3/2008 12:37 AM
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You guys already know this but I like one board per article. It's about having a consistent, dependable, dedicated resource for any term whose page you're on. Anything else just fuzzies things up. If people are looking for more general discussions, those can already be found all up and down the Fool discussion boards. So to me the ultimate aim here is not to drive volume so much as to provide people a "home board" for discussion on the specific term they're looking up. Some will be volume and some will have no posts, but build it and they will come (same reason we're glad on CAPS we built it all out ticker by ticker, rather than lumping lower-volume tickers into baskets or by jumbles of tags). --DG
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