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Old 04-13-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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I used to belong to a forum about guitars. On that forum, we created a new section for people who either owned their own business or had special skills of some sort. In that way, if you were looking for, say, an expert on guitars, you could search through the directory of members here that might be able to help you. There is already a level of trust with members, and we get to help each other out if it's at all possible. Would there be any interest in doing this here? Just a thought.

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Most of us that are Supporting Members know each other pretty well as we share much more info in the private areas of the forum - join up - it's the best $15 you can spend...

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What he said.

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Done. Thanks.

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Done. Thanks.
Now go introduce yourself in the bunker and we'll quit talking behind your back...
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I made it there and have been reading but I don't think I'm going to get through 103 pages. Eventually I will though.

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Do I have "stupid" written across my forehead?

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I used to belong to a forum about guitars. On that forum, we created a new section for people who either owned their own business or had special skills of some sort. In that way, if you were looking for, say, an expert on guitars, you could search through the directory of members here that might be able to help you. There is already a level of trust with members, and we get to help each other out if it's at all possible. Would there be any interest in doing this here? Just a thought.
Glad to see you joined up.

As far as your OP, I'd rather know I can trust someones expertise by getting to know them over time and participation on the forum rather than they listed themselves in a directory.

No need to create a elitist class on FTF, it's great the way it is.
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As far as your OP, I'd rather know I can trust someones expertise by getting to know them over time and participation on the forum rather than they listed themselves in a directory.
I completely agree. I would want to get to know people before I do business too.
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