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Forum Posting As A Constant Learning Experience



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Forum Posting As A Constant Learning Experience

Since I have started posting in forums such as this, I have learned so much about freelancing, SEO, online businesses, writing content, etc. (the list could go on). What are some of the most important things that you have learned during your experience with posting in forums?

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Pixie06

I have learned many things from the SEOclerks forum which I have tried to apply to my online business. I have also learned numerous tips about blogging. Posting on Forums is also helping me to improve my written communication skills. I love going through the different threads to know about others opinions on different topics and also to share mine. Interacting with people across the world has made me more knowledgeable about different cultures and traditions.



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Tronia

Couldn't agree more. Another thing, I have made many new friends and business contacts. Forum posting is extremely useful not just for learning about things and expressing your point of views but also connecting with others and possibly expanding, finding new business partners and more.



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JoeMilford

Tronia,
I agree, and I feel that I have made many new "friends" as well. For example, you and I respond to each other's posts on the regular, so I feel a rapport with you and feel like I know where you are coming from. Also, I have been steered towards a lot of useful websites by you and have been given a lot of good advice by you seeing as I am such a newbie and all. Even if we are not partnering or networking together, this is a positive and useful online "relationship". I think that if a forum can provide a space for that to happen then it is obviously a successful place to hang out in a few minutes every day.



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jeffreyjose48

Forum posting is great. It makes your mind get to work. You are exercising it not just the hand that does the writing.



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Kakashi2020

There's always something new to learn in being active on forums and this continues learning experience is one thing I really like about forums. From news about the internet and relevant online companies to ways of earning some online income to tips about a lot of things, all these information can be found in forums.



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Tronia

Same. I have truly learned much more than I have ever imagined. Besides the skills that you've mentioned such as SEO, designing and more the greatest thing for me is the fact that I have learned how to better express myself and my thoughts. Before it would take me a long time to say exactly what I want to with words but now it comes so naturally and easily. Forum posting is far more than just "making a post".



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TheInsaneSakif

Yes, I agree with what you've said. It's not just about making a post rather it's the experience that you gain from it. You can learn a variety of topics and give your opinions on them, and besides that, you will also be able to interact with people.



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SpookyTango

I don't know if this answer is in spirit of the question, but one thing I've found from spending time on forums is how to better exercise tolerance when it comes to other's opinions or views on things. For example: knowing when it's actually worth challenging someones ideas or assumptions, or when it's obvious a person is not there for a discussion, but to hammer on with some fixed idea.

I've also come to recognize that when you have an open forum where anyone can speak there mind, there is no idea or notion too weird, strange, counter-intuitive, or out of field that may be uttered. And then there's dealing with the added dimension of deciphering when such ideas are spoken earnestly, or with tongue in cheek.

Yet, on the other side of things, the fact that forums bring together many different kinds of people with their own skill sets and experiences means that you have a richer base from which to learn and absorb new ideas. It doesn't take overly long to know the character and impulse of a forum and whether you can gel with its community.



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JoeMilford

I hear what you are saying here. It sounds like you tend to frequent some forums which are not really regulated properly by administrators, and you should switch to better-policed or moderated forums possibly. Not trying to tell you your business, but why put up with that kind of crap from trolls and the like? I do believe, like you, that certain forums and forum communities have their own "character", and we can strive to improve that character by being awesome contributors ourselves. That's what I try to do.



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treecko142

Every individual has his/her own opinion and some just aren't open-minded enough to other conflicting ideas. I agree that you really have to tolerate them because they just won't budge and even resort to ad hominems when they get in discussions with you.



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tiffiecute

Nice topic to ponder. What I learned primarily here is to watch out for my grammar. LOL

Well, other than that, I learned to be an effective and creative writer, to sound professional, logical and interesting. I am happy to receive side comments on my write-ups which gives me enthusiasm and energy to go further on with online writing.



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JoeMilford

I think if improving your grammar was the only thing that you learned here then that is awesome and very significant. That skill can help you in all aspects of your life, right? I also like receiving comments and getting encouragement, even if it comes from tough constructive criticism. We are all peers here, and we all have different experiences with our use of language and knowledge of languages, so coming here and learning from others is a great free resource, and I try to take advantage of it every day if I have time!



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jaymish3

I have learnt that it is possible to make money online, and I'm not alone on this journey. I have also learnt that the more you write, the better you get at it. I think I can say that I am better at writing and coming up with different ideas.I am also constantly learning new ways to make money online and if one doesn't work they are a million other ways to make money online. However you need to be careful and watch out for the scam sites.



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Barida

I couldn't agree less with you in the sense that posting on forums have kept me up to date on matters concerning life, relationship with others, science, marketing and the rest such as reviews. I have come to learn so much that I wonder where I would have been, if I have not be able to post and learn on forums.

Truly, posting on forums is a great way for any writer looking to learn more to get better. I remain grateful for being given the opportunity to post on forums such as this.



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JoeMilford

I really love your enthusiasm in this post here and how you react to the opportunity to post and interact with others. I think that a lot of us are spoiled and forget what a resource we have in these forums. A lot of cultures and people out there do not have access to this kind of web democracy, and people would kill for the ability to access it. In terms of writing, I know that I become a better writer, day after day, because of the exercise my mind gets on these posts and forums.



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TheInsaneSakif

Posting on forums has also helped me increase my knowledge. I have gained valuable information from subjects related to health, technology, finance, ways to make money, etc. I always look forward to posting on forums because I'm hungry to learn something new.



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coolavender

I have learned a lot by joining forums like seoclerks. It is a one-site resource for people like me who want to fully explore the opportunities that freelancing and the internet can offer. I'm impressed by the quality of posts and threads on both seoclerks and wordclerks and I'm amazed at the way many great minds and talents can work together on a forum. Yes, forum posting is a constant learning experience for me not only because I am learning from other people but also because it motivates and challenges me to do some research or take further actions. It's also true that it trains one to be tolerant of other people's opinions.



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JoeMilford

I so agree with you. Just look at how different we all are, but our mutual interests in freelancing and writing bring us together in these forums from all over the world. I love hearing people talk about writing and their experiences with, and often I become inspired by these accounts myself. I have also been motivated to do more research from these posts, and i have learned to be more open-minded to the ideas and words of others. Keeping this open mind in forums like this has rewarded me in a lot of learning experiences, and learning to me is highly pleasurable.



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Judas2018

I've learned that forums with the most diverse personalities and viewpoints are the best ones to become a member of. Makes the discussions more robust and interesting.



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MomoStarr16

Yes. Joining a forum that you have an interested topic makes you gain more knowledge. As you enjoy you will continue to communicate with other people that will give you more knowledge about a specific topic. And forum will a good setup for that.



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kiboko1

The best thing with discussion forums is the way I get to interact with different people from different races.Forums promotes addition of knowledge Every day In our lives.



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JoeMilford

kiboko1,
I really like what you had to say here. Sometimes it is tough to tell what the demographics are in a forum you are in. I think this is also a good situation because people are only thought of based upon their words and their ideas and not the color of their skin or their gender. I think that it is awesome to be able to communicate with people of different races from all over the world, but I also think that the relative anonymity of the forum format also can provide people who contribute here with freedom of expression and as much privacy as they choose to have, if that makes sense.



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DarthHazard

It's crazy the amount of things that you can learn from just posting around on various forums such as this. It definitely helps that the community, especially the one here are so friendly and knowledgeable as well. For me, it would have to be search engine optimization. I learnt quite a lot about it when posting on SEOClerks and various other forums as well and it helped me a lot with my own website as well.



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Judas2018

True. The ask and response, and overall conversationally engaging environment of forums really helps to expand and expound a persons knowledge about certain subjects.



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Corzhens

I started posting in forums some 3 to 4 years ago. At first, I had a hard time understanding how it works but when I got the drift of posting, that’s when I realized that I have been learning things from forums. That means I am not only sharing what I know but also learning what the others were posting on the boards. Until now, I can say that I have been learning each time I go to a forum that’s why I had the volition to post a new topic of comment on a topic in order to share my knowledge.



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Martinsx1

The first thing which I can attest to that improved so much about myself ever since I started posting on several forums like wordclerks, listingdock, superiorthan, SEOclerks etc is the quality of my contents in these forums and also in my real life write up. I have learnt quite a lot from reading up lots of content especially the ones done by @Razzy. The young man is quite exceptional when it comes to fixing up a good standard detailed content.

Also my communication skills and association with people have improved well because I get to meet several people from all parts of the world who participate in the forum. I can easily say that I have made a few friends alone my dealings on the forum with @Beverly as one of them.



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JoeMilford

I think that you are speaking here, primarily, to the wonderful and ultimate value of daily writing activities. It's like sharpening your knives before you decide to prepare a meal. Coming to these forums and striving to produce interesting and well-edited content is a way to constantly grow as a writer, and even though I am mainly a creative writer, these daily writing and reading tasks keep my mind lucid and ready to tackle a variety of many different subjects while listening to the original voices of others on a daily basis as well.



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Martinsx1

You are absolutely right, it's been one great experience for me because on daily basis, I tend to improve for the better in my writing and understanding of several topics that I wasn't opportune to have access to before. Also on getting to interact with different people from different parts of the world gives me one good association relationship.



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kaka135

The very important thing I have learned since I started to post online is my English has been improved a lot. English is not my first language, though we started to learn English since we were young, I didn't really use them in daily life, but just memorize the vocabulary and grammar, I didn't really know how to use them practically. I found my English has been improved as I can understand the posts better and I can write more fluently. Moreover, I also realized that I can start conversing English in my mind, I don't need to converse it in my native language (Chinese) first then only translate it to English. This is a really big breakthrough for me.

Besides better English, I have certainly learned a lot about different topics, such as cultures from different countries, thoughts or opinions from different people, tips and techniques for parenting and the technical knowledge too. I used to stay with those forums which the topics I am more familiar with, but now I am opening up myself to reach out for more topics and hence I can learn more.



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Soulwatcher

I have made a lot of online friends over the years with forum posting. And I have learned that there is no rhyme or reason why a forum takes off. I have seen someone literally dump $40k into a forum with paid posting and advertising and it never amounted to anything. And I have seen others put nothing into their forum except for what it costs to set it up and it took off like a rocket. And I also have learned that people are not always what they portray to be on the internet in real life.



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JoeMilford

Wow! I cannot imagine putting that much money into a forum! I can't even fathom how someone thinks they will even break even on such a financial venture, but that could be a testament in how little I DO know about all of this. I would be way too scared to do something of that nature with my money. That being said, though, i do agree that MOST people probably are not who they seem to be online--i guess this is the nature of the virtual beast. I try to be honest with my online presence, but there are some things we all need to keep private, of course. I have not made a lot of friends in forums, but I keep running into familiar folks, like you, Soulwatcher, and that is always pleasant.



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Soulwatcher

The way I see it is anyone who can afford to put $40k into a forum either has a HUGE disposable income or they just mortgaged their house. And the sad simple fact is a lot of people think that the internet is going to make them enough money to sit back and drink long-island ice tea on the beach. And that the furthest from the truth. Most people spend a ton of money and don't make a dime, myself included but I knew that when I made my last forum.

P.S. I am always 100% honest on the web because I only believe in honesty in everything that you do in life.



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Steve5

I've learned many things while forum posting.

I realized the joy found in sharing my thoughts with fellow writers. Really great for relaxing and bonding with members of the community. Also, it's easy to encounter new people with various life experiences. You get to understand stuff from their point of view. It widens your perspective on different topics.



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JoeMilford

I like your idea of widening one's perspectives in forums and being open minded to others. i have said this before, but this is no small thing, and we live in a world that seems to be getting more and more violent and more and more less tolerant of the rights of others. This is why net neutrality scares me so much, or it's one of the reasons why, because I am happy that there are some places online where we have the freedom to freely express our thoughts, feeling, ideas, dreams, and content with others without worrying about being critiqued, banned, or crushed by the powers that be.



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iamawriter

Most forums are for the global audience which means we are exposed to so much to learn and to share. What we read sometimes could even save a life as that post could be of someone who has gone through a particular experience and how they got out of it. Forums not only teach us but they are entertaining as well.



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Martinsx1

I couldn't agree any less to what you just mentioned about in this comment. The sharing of thoughts and ideas seems to be very educative and entertaining as well. I can say that I have learnt quite a lot from my participation in several forums and blogs.



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Corzhens

I agree with the learn and share basis because in forums, we tend to post what we know in the hope that it will be for the benefit of the reader. I have learned so many things in forums and still learning a variety of subject matter. It's in the forum where I learned what SEO is all about and how it can be beneficial to the website. With my written English, it is definitely a great improvement as per my evaluation.



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Kakashi2020

I couldn't agree more, I started out by just commenting on an article and I like it, and I've been doing forums now. It's a good pastime for me and one of its many benefits is you get to meet new friends.

Forum writing is a good learning tool, it hones my writing skills while learning about different things.



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1000vultures

Posting on forums has really allowed me to loosen up my writing and let it flow better. I'm the kind of person that would agonise over every sentence in a short story or film script... not even every sentence, but every WORD. On a forum you don't have to worry about that, so you can be more honest in just letting the words flow out and hitting post and letting it stick. For me it is a way of writing "free", without having to be tied down by the constraints of my own internal critic.



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JoeMilford

1000vultures,
I hear what you are saying here loud and clear--however, I find that I am so up tight abut my writing that I can not even relax in my forum posting! I get so embarrassed and frustrated with myself whenever I have a typo because I feel that I should be a really great editor at this point in my "writing career". That being said, though, I do agree that, in terms of content and the more relaxed environment of the forum areas and the (usually) friendly people there, it is easier to write and interact in such a space than it is under other circumstances.



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Adesuwa08

Just swerving on net and forum posting have taught me a lot too, ranging from informations about things I want to know and others I don't want to know they have all been helpful to me in various ways, some people think you interacting with people forums is all stressful they don't see the beauty in it.

I have had sometimes were I interact with the fun type of people and all those reply makes me feel relevant, answering on people's thread also helps forums what it is because forums is interesting if you loosen up.



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Adesuwa08

Some people on forums are inthe act of correcting other people's typo when theirs isn't all that okay lol, I get to laugh at them sometimes and if I can't ignore I respond to them especially when their reply to that other person is annoying.

The truth is that no one is perfect even with the high degree and literacy thing, it just happens that typo errors just come and spoil the show you have already started lol, typo errors can be very embarrassing at times and I just learnt how to loosen myself no matter how it turns out.



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JoeMilford

Exactly--what is the old saying--"Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones"--right? Anyway, I don't ever correct the grammar and punctuation of others in forums--I do notice things that need to be edited or corrected, but considering the fact that I am prone to mistakes a lot, I do not feel as if I should critique the works of others unless they ask me to or expect me too in a constructive way. Absolutely no one is perfect, and as long as the content is good, overall, I can overlook a certain amount of errors in order to listen to what the person is trying to say.



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DenisP

God there's just so much to this that I don't even know where to begin. The forum posting experience has been a really crazy learning opportunity, and I've honestly learned more than I ever really could have bargained for.

I think one of the most important things I've learned is how to express my thoughts in a way that can be understood by anyone. It used to be that I could only discuss certain subjects with people who were in the same field as me. But because of my increased interaction with all sorts of people over the internet, I've learned how to boil down some of the most complicated ideas and thoughts which I have, into writing which is easily digestible by just about anyone.



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JoeMilford

DenisP,
When i wrote this forum topic, it occurred to me, almost immediately after posting it, how big of a topic it could really be for some of us. I have learned a myriad of things from participating in forums over the past year of my truly brief freelancing tenure. The point you make here in the second paragraph of your post is one that I can really appreciate. All of us are specialized in our genre or niche, and I think it is a really special thing to be able to "write across the board" effectively. Ultimately, this shows a very well-developed mturity, as a writer, in terms of the appreciation of one's audience, and that means a great deal in expressing ourselves and in learning from one another. I've learned from you, as well, many times over the past few months.



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DenisP

"Ultimately, this shows a very well-developed mturity, as a writer, in terms of the appreciation of one's audience, and that means a great deal in expressing ourselves and in learning from one another."

I can't remember the quote correctly, nor can I find it through Google, but I was listening to a lecture a while ago which involved a similar subject. The speaker had said something along the lines of, "Today, most people would consider an expert to be someone who speaks in a language only understood by other's in his field." He went on to dissect this idea and explain how a true expert is one who can explain even the most complicated subject in extremely simple terms. Now I would by no means call myself an expert in anything, but I try to keep this in mind when I'm explaining things people might not be familiar with.



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anahbello1206

I really learned a lot about different things since I started freelancing. Most of them really helped me, another is that I get to interact with different people from different places. At the same time I also am able to learn different point of views and this really broaden my knowledge about almost everything. Most especially, I get to practice and improve my writing skills.



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anahbello1206

I learned and continuously do in posting on forums. At first there are articles that I really had a hard time to understand but as I continuously encounter them in the succeeding forums I slowly have a grasp of what it is all about and realize its importance more. Then I started to learn more and more about different things that I did not previously pay attention. Then slowly it helped me to have a wider perspective on things and to have ideas on steps that should be followed if I want to succeed.



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JoeMilford

Like everything that teaches us, your post reminds us that learning is always a process. Learning itself is a mysterious and powerful act, and never really know what experience, event, content, or person has the potential to teach you until you fully engage and open up to the moment. Your idea of widening your perspective is a great one, and I think that forum communities have the potential to put us all in touch with people who we would not normally encounter, possibly, in our everyday lives. It's cool to have access to this!



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treecko142

People are very kind to provide tips on how to improve as a writer and how to optimize your scheduling online. It has also encouraged me to read up and learn about various topics to be able to participate and give relevant and meaningful insights.



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Kakashi2020

It's a good way to learn from the writing skills of others. Forum writing also teaches me the different styles of writing that helps me in my own sentence and paragraph formation. Besides, it's a good way of keeping my mind busy.



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gavinci13

I am new to this but I find it fun learning and earning at the same time. Now I have a little bit of Idea about SEO, Internet Marketing affiliate and those kind of stuffs. It been a great honor to be part of a community like this where people are happy sharing education and valuable things for living. Let us all continue the nice trend of learning and teaching ecosystem.



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JoeMilford

gavinci13,
I also pretty new to this, relatively speaking, seeing as how I have learned that there are some people here in these forums who have been contributing for over a decade or so (that was a bit intimidating when I first started posting until I felt like I was starting to get me "sea legs", so to speak). There are a lot of forums that are dedicated to strictly business or tech-related topics; however, I have also run across tons of forums that give advice about finding a balance between work and one's own personal culture and responsibilities away from the freelancing stuff. These forums have also helped me with ideas and ways in order to balance out my many jobs which are always fluctuating and evolving. i am sure that i will also be learning from you as time passes by.



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edencaga

What I have learned when I started posting in forums, I learned to share my opinions and in this way, I will be able to help others if there are things that are not clear to them and I think that's one of the good things to do because I really don't share my opinions to others. I learned to be more open to people and I think it's essential because you learn to accept the opinions of others and learn to follow their advises. Since you will be able to see the opinions of others, you will learn different things from different people. You will find a new ideas that you can apply to your daily routine. You learn to be more friendly to others. I can also enhance my writing skills and use my mind to share what I have learned from my experiences.



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Kakashi2020

Forum postings was a big help in loosening my writing style and it also provided me with a more detailed view on the different styles or types of writing. I like to read posts penned by better writers than myself, serving as a benchmark and inspiration, it continually mproves my writing.



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TheInsaneSakif

Actually, I've learned a lot through forum posting. I learned about a variety of demanding topics like, how to make money online, freelancing, affiliate marketing, making websites, and so on. It has given me a lot of beneficial knowledge which I know will help me in the future.



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MomoStarr16

I think I am learning communicating with other people. Learning english too as well even do I'm still not good for it. I practice my grammar and writing skills in a forum and that was a great experience for me.



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fishbate

In my opinion, its a great way to enhance your writing and communication skills. I've been to forum posting for quite sometime now and it has worked for me. I have improved my writing skills dramatically and opened my thoughts to a more deeper and meaningful writings. Along the way i learned a little something of everything.... and this opened me to new opportunities and ideas.



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aeon

A lot of things about the SEO also, about how to earn money online for being freelancer, and also from some tips about the site where you can earn additional income, but the important thing is, I developed my writing skills somehow by participating from different discussion and forums.



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Steve5

I'm still learning from my previous experiences. It's hard to digest truths in life. But nevertheless, they help us get better at what we do. I've improved little by little ever since I started posting on forums.



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mitan143

I remember one of my professor in college, he says that if you want to learn more and to discover new things and idea then you should visit any forum that suit to your interest or to what you are searching for. By visiting different forums today, I can say that my professor is correct because I enjoy more my self to gain new things and ideas or information in forums than just searching it on Google.



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aecel

I'm new to the online community I just started last December. I don't have actually an idea that there are real people joining different forums and giving much of their time to share and discuss different ideas. If only I knew then that joining forums would give me a better knowledge I'll definitely join right away. So far my learning experiences in forums are good and I'm enjoying it. I learn to communicate with different people in English I have the freedom to express my opinion and how I feel. It gives me ideas that there's money in online so it's not the end of the world if ever you're jobless because there are a lot of opportunities being a freelancer. I'll continue to learn more in forums so I could improve enhance my skills and discover lots of things that could help me to have better future someday.



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coolavender

I started joining forums back in 2016 to know more about freelancing and online opportunities. I was fortunate to have joined forums where members openly discuss online money making sites, affiliate marketing strategies, and at times, just about anything under the sun. I've learned a lot from real gurus and have benefited from the experiences of other freelancers. I've found the most lucrative sites in my list through these forums. My exposure in various forums has also helped me improve my article and web content writing skills.



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mdayrit

Joining forums certainly have its advantages. On top of it is getting a lot of information in variety of topics. You can discuss and ask questions just about anything. There, you get answers from experienced people worldwide and get to share to each other your learning's and practices. In addition, your communication skills are also enhanced. Which greatly helps in your writing



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Chinet23

It's great that I came across this opportunity. Because of my regular job, I put aside my passion in writing. But now I am able to write again through posting and at the same time learn many new things on different topics. I became more conscious of my grammar and spelling unlike before. So it will definitely enhance my communication skills specifically in writing. Through forums, I get access on people's points of view and their expertise, skills and experiences as well. I know I have a long way to go but I'm definitely on the right track.



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Kakashi2020

I love to post on forums and to read the posts of other forum members. Forum posts gives me a ton of useful information from almost all topics one could ever imagine.



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cmoneyspinner

Just learning about the existence of forums was a learning experience. Thanks to a friend who told me to sign up because she got a lot tips and advice for her online work and thought it might help me. Before her recommendation I didn't know about forums. Now I'm active on several forums. They really are a good source for learning.



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jayjaydimson

Yes, I agree with that. Because if you are practicing what you are doing, you can make it perfect. And I am also referring to an extension on google chrome, it's Grammarly, it's an extension form my browser, and its task is to correct my grammar every time I am posting something. And I would recommend it to everybody who is starting writing.



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romyter013

I do agree because I have learned many things by joining here. I learned not just to write what about the topic but to enhanced my communication skills as an individual. It helps me too with different topics we have here, it brings me back to memories I had and it feels good that I can share my experiences and thoughts here with everyone.



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Jeane

I've learned a lot about blogging, SEO, internet marketing and more on forums.

What I like most about forums is the ease with which you can get answers about virtually any topic. And taking into account the fact that you'll get many answers, there is always a high likelihood that you would have your answer comprehensively answered in one place.

That is why when I'm seeking detailed answers about anything, I'll post the question in a forum.



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jpk0007

I agree with you completely. Posting on forums can be a great learning experience for anyone who is a newcomer to this field. I think in the initial days I just kept on reading interesting posts about a variety of subjects and kept on learning about the vast array of skills and topics that are discussed on all such forums. Some guys here have so much knowledge about there respective field that reading their posts can be like attending a course on that subject and learning from the best and the most experienced teacher



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