there's no doubt this feature should be kept local. it's just that a lot of us like using the forecast tools on here but don't really want to talk here. our forum space is the atlantic
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Mar 6, 2008, 04:21 PM
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Mar 6, 2008, 08:27 PM
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Considering we hardly get surf down here (i.e. WB), people do spend a lot of time behind the computer. Furthermore there are several forums that get a fair amount of activity (e.g. wblive and eastcoastsurf). In general, I think it is difficult for a new forum to draw contributors of other sites to a new one. However, once there is momentum, it begins to snowball. They asked this same question on the new riptide.com.au forum, b/c there has been little activity on the forums but the site itself is drawing a lot hits.
BTW, I heard you got some nuggets yesterday; some guys down here went up and said they saw you snag some good ones.
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So there is plenty of action in the Mid Atlantic Forum and not much going on in the Southeast and other regional forums...
I attribute much of this to me contributing more to my home area and getting things started... So how do we get users to start wanting to interact in the Southeast? The Wrightsville Beach area has the highest amount of traffic on Swellinfo so I know you guys are out there...