Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions & Feedback' started by SMMnet, Jun 6, 2019.
Should BHW Members have the option to bump our thread for ($x.xx)?
Please comment why?
Might be good for you as a seller, but shitty for everyone else.
It would be cheaper this way to maintain yourself in the top places then having your thread pinned,
since you can bump it when BHW is most active only and do that daily and spend no more than $50 in staying on top for the whole month, even less perhaps...
They will still send you the messages.
They would pay the money to bump their threads at OP is suggesting? Unless, you're trying to pass off a back-handed racist remark, I don't get your point.
I disagree with the need to start such a service. If everyone could bump as much as they want, shitty BSTs would pop in which may/may not be favorable for buyers seeking quality services.
It's not really as much as they want.. It's mainly how much they want to spend, or how much they HAVE to spend...
But I see your point as well.
Shitty idea. At least for me.
I presume this thread will be closed soon.
Why is that a racist remark?
Do not agree with the idea.
Would create unfair advantages. And create a marketing frenzy itself. People will be abusing it and would have to be constantly monitored
I think if a thread is usefull enough and the information inside of it is relevant for those who search for, it will be bumped anyway. So, besides the marketplace, I see no relevance in this possible feature.
A great method for BHW to lose money
Yes, I think it is only good for sellers
A Giant NO shouldn't happens I guess
This is not something that’s currently on the development path.
Leaving thread open to hear any further feedback.
This will turn people off the forum, less visitors, less chance sellers making sales.
Everyone would get bored seeing just the results from a race to bump threads.
I think it would damage the creditability of the forum
Bhw will loose its quality because of increasing spam
No! Some people would invest a ton of money and we'd be stuck with messages like:
If you ask me, I'm totally against it.
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