This is one of the tricks I use to generate revenue with little effort and long term.
Today, while watching a youtube video I came across a new product that I thought my members might be interested in...
With services like LetsEncrypt allowing users to gain a free SSL certificate, is there a real difference between the free and paid versions?
Also, a question - if I were to develop an eCommerce store, would the free LetsEncrypt be enough?
Hi everyone. So glad I discovered this community.
I'm one of the admins on the Rising Sun 4WD Club of Colorado forum. We stood up vBulletin in 8/2005 and it's been great for connecting with our local community of Toyota 4WD vehicle owners. Our stats:
Threads: 26,276 * Posts: 312,112 * Members: 2,084 * Active Members: 339
Most users ever online was 2,621 on 11-12-2013 at 09:26 PM.
We're not a huge online community (and we don't want to be huge), but we have a tight-knit community of active users. We're running the latest version of the vB 3 series, 3.8.11. Our current install is a pretty standard, out-of-the-box configuration. We had a handful of plugins but we have since deactivated them. We do have some members-only sections of the forum as well as a section for club officers only, but I'm guessing that's pretty standard across most forums. It's working fine at the moment.
We don't need to update...
IMO one of the best things that could have been implemented into the core software. While there were add-ons available, which I purchased one but only used briefly, it for me really needed a core approach.
Some users are quite upset that this was added mainly because there were already at least 2 add-ons in the RM at XF.com that served the purpose well. I can understand some frustration but at the sametime understand why the XF developers wanted it in the core. Core features sell far better (my opinion) than anything you can ever tack on (I'd rather buy a car with bluetooth and carplay already built in for example).
Anyhow, I'm glad to see it implemented even if it is a bit basic at this time, one thing I would like to see is an option to disable certain reactions in certain nodes.
See the announcement here.
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