“It’s a great way of communicating.” Online forums are one of the oldest communication forms on the web.
They enable members to engage in group conversations in real time by posting messages to an updating web page or to an automated email alert system. According to a new report by research group Forrester, 75% of Australian adults use social networks, including forums, and one-third are classified as citics, a group that contributes to online forums, posts ratings or reviews, comments on blogs, or contribute to wikis.
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