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Choose Forum According To Alexa Rank Or Population Of Forum?


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#1 david575

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 07:57 AM

Choose Forum According To Alexa Rank Or Population Of Forum?

I found 18 machinery industry forums in the United Kingdom.

(machinery industry forum) 1 the United Kingdom Alexa 10000
(machinery industry forum) 1 the United Kingdom Alexa 150000
(machinery industry forum) 4 the United Kingdom Alexa 400000
(machinery industry forum) 1 the United Kingdom Alexa 1500000
(machinery industry forum) 2 the United Kingdom Alexa 4000000

1 the United Kingdom Alexa 2000 forum (general forum)
8 International Alexa Top 500 forums (general forum)

I should have choose high Alexa rank?

In mid-2006 the resident population of the UK was 60587000

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#2 KoanYorel

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 09:18 AM

David, we do not help with school home work.

You will have to do you own research via Google or other search engines.

Please do not post such questions again.

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