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Thread: Separate FS and WTB in the classified section

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    Jun 2008

    Separate FS and WTB in the classified section

    Both FS and WTB ads drown really fast in the classified section. Would it have been an idea to separate them like they do on DDK????

    Could this also maybe generate less spam since I have read here that if you write WTB in the title this gets picked up by the spam programs/ fraudsters??

    At least this could maybe help avoid some of the desperate "bumping" from those trying to keep their listings as visible as possible.

    Just a thought
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    Good idea! I'll chat with our Chief Moderator...
    Peter Kane

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