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To make it a little more palatable to my potential patrons, I'm currently considering whether I shouldn't in my forum to create an exclusive sub-forum exclusively for my supporters.
At first glance, I find this idea very exciting, and some people definitely like the exclusive. In addition, this offers the possibility to Chatham House Rule once in a while it makes sense to use it.
But before I start again to actually put this sub-forum into practice, I would like to have one or the other opinion from my readers. I'll also sleep on it for another night - that will probably save me a lot of work.
All I can think of is my calendar. Hardly had I decided, after several unsuccessful attempts, to do without digital calendars, since the work/benefit ratio was not exactly very tingling, when the first inquiries came in as to whether I could set up one again.
I let myself be talked into it again, only to find out again that those who urgently need such a calendar and would therefore like to have it again are exactly those who are not going to use it at all - again.
But I don't want to complain - it's my own fault! And so I just leave the calendar “online”; maybe there will be completely new users who can take advantage of it.
That's why I'm skeptical about having my own sub-forum — but let's wait and see, because only those who keep trying will have a chance of getting new things going.
Now it's my readers' turn. And if that works with the exclusive forum, then I can also offer exclusive blog posts — I like to write anyway ("you just don't do it", an older acquaintance would now say; does it still exist at all? )
Questions about questions ...