One of the biggest issue with the main forum is, it's downright massive. Posting general SEO type advice that helps the masses if safe enough, but the more advanced stuff just can't be shared in public. JrVIP is a bit better, but it's still too big and easily accessible. Sharing slightly juicier stuff in JrVIP is ok, but sharing the real juice is still too risky. This means that for for the Jr Exec forum, they'll only get really good stuff once someone has been promoted, and promotion can only be done through a slower process of assessing someone's abilities and knowledge through their overall shares. What I recommend doing is creating a sub-forum of Jr Exec that everyone can submit posts to, but not read threads. Even better is setting it up so that they can read/post the thread they submit, so they can engage in discussion with the jr execs inside that thread. This way, people can share their best stuff with the jr execs without any worry of saturation. Jr execs will benefit from more juicy threads, and the rest of us will benefit because it gives everyone a chance to be continually putting themselves forward for promotion, so that those sharing a lot of really juicy stuff, can enter the more private forum where they can continue to share, but also discuss and gain additional knowledge. Like the rest hunger games(lol) was good, but money is always going to be TOP priority. No one is going to risk their $100k, or $500k/year business by sharing their trade secrets for the chance of promotion, that may or may not happen, and even with the promotion, that's not a guarantee of more money. It just doesn't make business sense. However, sharing your private business knowledge with < 100 people(Including mods and exec vips who can also read the jr exec) is a very very small risk, and the benefits greatly outweigh the risk.