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Have you ever used post to host?

Beverly

Beverly

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From the point of view of the webmaster/forum owner, a post to host situation is ideal as you get new posts. And, for the forum member, this means free host space.

But the downside is you can easily lose all your hard work.

Most times, the posting requirements are very reasonable. So it shouldn't be too difficult to maintain.

What are your thoughts on post to host? If you've used this, did it work out for you?
 
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isuit21

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I have used it once and am offering it on my forum as well. It actually works great for the forum administrators, as you get posts absolutely for free, if you use a free webhosting reseller of course. :)
 
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