Serious about making your living via the Web?
Then you’ve likely shelled out good money for an online course or subscription that includes access to a forum.
And if you’re anything like me, you eagerly devour the webinars, worksheets, and ebooks … but avoid the forum, as you would the pee-smelling seat on the train.
I’ve seen forums more tedious than an office cocktail party — chock-full of people who want to talk about themselves and cozy up to important people.
Not to mention it’s a total time suck to wade through all the threads before you find anything interesting.
But it turns out, my attitude was a bit cynical.
I recently found a different type of forum — one that changed my mind.