Jim Boykin Also Bought Cre8asite Forums

Oct 8, 2012 • 8:31 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under SEO & SEM Forum News
 

Cre8asiteRemember I told you a few months ago that Jim Boykin acquired SEOChat & DevShed - well, last week he purchased another forum that is close to my heart, Cre8asite Forums.

Cre8asite is one of those special forums, it is like that small bar you go to every day to see close friends. It isn't a huge forum, although it is one of the oldest ones out there. It isn't the most famous forums, but it is one of the most caring and wise. It isn't the best monetized forums, but the community there gives more than others.

Kim Krause Berg, the founder and owner of the forum is still 100% devoted to the forums. In fact, Jim put her on the payroll so she can focus 100% on the forums. So I have good feelings about the future of this forum.

You can read more about the announcement at Cre8asite Forums.

Congrats Kim, the moderators and Jim and his team!

Forum discussion at Cre8asite Forums.

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Comments:

Roger Dooley

10/08/2012 01:03 pm

After so many years of forums being dismissed as worthless bandwidth hogs and time sucks, it's good to see forum owners realizing some of the value they have created. Hope they thrive!

Kim Krause Berg

10/09/2012 03:49 pm

I always believed! That Jim Boykin also saw the value of communities just thrills me to no end! That he hired me to admin and maintain the forums I founded is a stroke of genius on his part. His ideas for the future are filled with concern and caring for the Cre8asiteforums community and moderators. Thanks Roger (I'm a huge fan of yours) and Barry (who has always been a strong supporter of Cre8 and a long time moderator). I feel very fortunate.

Internet Marketing Los Angeles

11/28/2012 05:46 pm

it's good to see forum owners realizing some of the value they have created. Hope they thrive!

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