I always think of it as being like setting up a stall at a market fair and not expecting to have to pay for the pitch. A little buying and swapping amongst the folks wandering around the market is one thing, but trying to run a business is quite another.
Just a little bump back to the top in case anyone needs a bit of a reminder that members here are not here for the benefits of shameless self promotion..... Def
Stapled to the forehead of transgressors sound better
Quote from: Grant Lamontagne on December 16, 2015, 02:29:09 PMJust a little bump back to the top in case anyone needs a bit of a reminder that members here are not here for the benefits of shameless self promotion..... DefMaybe it should get 'stickied'?
I wish this wasn't a sticky so I could bump it to the top Just wanted to say I agree with everything in this thread, and to thank Grant and everyone who have worked hard to make this a forum worth joining.I've gained a lot of knowledge asking questions and reading threads both old and new, and tried to give back what I can in the form of answering questions and donating here and there.I only give money to what I consider to be worthwhile efforts, whether it's for charity or otherwise. I wouldn't give one corroded penny to any other forum I've visited, and I've handed a little more than that to MTo. This post is swerving quite dangerouslyaway from its own point, so let me just say this- if you're looking to build or expand a business that is relevant to the interests of this forum's members, cough up the smurfing cash and do it properly. This is a good group of people who love to buy new gear and discuss it. It's a reasonable fee to turn such a diverse, global group of enthusiasts on to your product/service, and I guarantee money well spent.Ok, rant over. Back to the fun, eh?