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Title:han(sup) yoon - internet entrepreneur
Description:Hansup Yoon is a teenage entrepreneur from Fullerton, California. Han has been programming and developing websites since 2005. This site is his personal blog where he writes about his experiences, tips, ideas, and whatever pops into his mind.
Keywords:hansup, yoon, han, yoon, han yoon, zuneboards, teenage, teenage entrepreneur, web developer
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han(sup) yoon - internet entrepreneur
Han Sup Yoon is an internet entrepreneur from Orange County, CA. Han has been marketing and developing sites since 2004. Through this blog, he will post about his experiences, tips, ideas, and whatever pops into his mind. Read more #187;
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LATEST PROJECT: ZuneBoards - Sold for $62,000
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Where my $62,000 went.
October 28, 2008
Despite the rumors of how loaded I am with money, in reality, I #8217;m close to being broke. No, I didn #8217;t go on a $62,000 shopping spree online, no I didn #8217;t spend on a car. I spent a crapload on helping out my mom and grandparents. Especially in tough financial times, almost everyone is struggling. When $62,000 fell from the sky in front of me, I was extremely happy at first, but then I realized that I should take this blessing and help my family out. $15,000 was taken by the government (damn IRS), $12,000 went to my parents, $5,000 went to bills, $7,000 went to my grandma and family, but only $13,000 has been invested in other projects. Basically, I have about $10,000 remaining, which is proving to grow smaller and smaller as I am about to spend a huge chunk on a few projects of mine that are soon to come.
But it #8217;s all good, cause I got my friend, eBay:
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Been so busy lately.
October 25, 2008
With school taking over my life (again), it #8217;s really hard to keep up with my projects. With the recent sale of ZuneBoards, that takes a heavy burden off my shoulders, but I am still short of time. Don #8217;t you wish a day was 30 hours instead of 24? Man that #8217;d be sick.
Also, a lot of my time has been taken away by my (two) FBLA projects. So right now, I have about 4 projects I #8217;m working on.
However, I can tell you a few things: be very excited. I #8217;ve been working with my friend recently, and I can tell you that awesome projects are on their way. I can #8217;t give away too much information right now, but personally I have 2 projects that I #8217;m very excited about.
Let #8217;s see if I can pull this one off by this Summer #8216;09.
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Part 2: Tips on Starting a Successful Forum
July 11, 2008
Make sure to read Part 1 before starting.
Forum Software - Choosing the right forum software can be a great time and money saver in the long run. I can testify from personal experience. It #8217;s really a pain in the ass for you AND the members to go through a forum software switch. It screws up a lot of the permissions and makes your members reset their password (depending on the forum softwares). Right from the beginning, choose a software to stick with. I highly recommend vBulletin.

Post Exchanges - In my opinion, this is the easiest way to make your forum seem more active. Everyday, hundreds of webmasters are exchanging posts on forums. What does that all mean? To put it in a simple way, if someone leaves 20 posts on your forum, you leave 20 posts on their forum. When I first began my forum, I did ton of this, and received hundreds of posts. Without post exchanges, I doubt my forum would exist right now.

Organization - I hate unorganized forums. Forums that are hard to navigate, messy, and confusing can deter users away. Try not to make too many forum categories and sections. All they do is make the forum homepage longer and make the forum seem emptier. Unpopular/inactive forums should be merged with other larger forums.

Number of staff - Remove all unnecessary staff. If there is no moderation and managing needed, why are they even on the staff list? Don #8217;t take me wrong though, staff can #8217;t be really helpful. It #8217;s just embarrassing if a guest lands on your forum and sees more admins and mods than active members.

Professionalism - Present your forum in a professional manner, with a good looking design, easy to read, good grammar, and nothing obnoxious. cuz no1 wantz to c u talk lyk dis. itz anoying lol


Well, there you go. I hope you really got something out of it. It #8217;s sad to see forums (some with great potential and a great niche) die out really fast. I may make a part 3, depending on your feedback, so please vote.
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It was good, but I think I've gotten the basics down now.
Useless. Quit blogging and go cut yourself.
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Part 1: Tips on Starting a Successful Forum
May 14, 2008
In this post, I will explain exactly what I did to establish a successful forum. If you are lazy, have little or no motivation, and/or have no time, you are not fit for a forum. Out of all type of sites you can start, forums are widely accepted by many web masters as #8216;the hardest #8217; type of site to start. It #8217;s not that people dislike forums, but people are intimidated by #8216;empty #8217; forums. Even the largest forums in the world had to start somewhere with 1 or 2 posts #8230; but how in the world did they get people to start posting? Here are a few tips that can get you started.
Niche - One major reason many new forums fail is because there are too many forums on the same topic! Don #8217;t even bother starting a forum on iPods, Programming, Video Games, etc.. There are simply too many forums (some that are very well established) competing with you. Unless you have something unique to offer, it will not work. Instead, focus on other things that you are passionate about! Whether it be gardening, dancing, or the new promising product that came out, it has a much better chance of being successful.
Forum Design - When users come to your forum and see the default design, they #8217;ll assume that the forum hasn #8217;t been updated in ages, or the admin simply doesn #8217;t care. If you #8217;re going to leave the default design, at least include your own logo. Other than that, I highly encourage a unique, professional looking design that makes people say #8220;wow. #8221;
Dedicated Staff - Starting a forum by yourself can be a lot of work, and very lonesome. Try to get close friends that you know will help you and is interested in your forum niche.
Content - There #8217;s a saying in the Web Development world that #8220;Content is King. #8221; It #8217;s true. High quality content will bring new members. That doesn #8217;t mean that you should add high quality content and your site will flourish. You need to keep on adding new content on a regular basis to keep those visitors to keep on coming back. Content that is related to your forum niche will interest guests, which will eventually lead to registration. Posting a tutorial on how to gaining a six-pack in 3 months will not do well in a gardening forum.
Link Building - Content is King, then Link Building is Queen. Not only will it increase the chances that people will click the link and visit your site, but it also improves Search Engine rankings. Search Engine rankings are crucial in a successful forum. The more links you build to your site, the higher ranking you will get.
Part 2 coming soon! Part 2 is here! Part 2 will give you tips on how to get that first few posts #8211; the hardest part in starting a forum.
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Page Titles Are Important to Forums
March 2, 2008
Page titles, most importantly the index page title, are crucial to how your website will rank in the search engines. Poor page titles can also turn away potential visitors. When a person is searching in Google for a computer help forum, they may find that the first 4 results have the following page titles: Computer Help Forum, PC Help, Computer Support Forum, and Silly Joe Bytes - Powered by vBulletin. While Silly Joe Bytes may be an excellent computer help forum, odds are a general web surfer will pass over this forum because of its poor page title.
When choosing a forum page title for your index page, it is important to assign meaning to it. Dont use a nickname or something you think is cool. It make work if youre a celebrity like ShoeMoney, but odds are the general web surfer isnt going to know who you are or what monikers you go by. If you have a computer help forum, then try to keep those keywords in your index page title.
Cleaning Your Page Title
When you install vBulletin, or other forum software, they often include a powered by xxx in your page title. By including this in the default, they are lucky enough to get a few forum owners who either dont care or dont know how to remove it. Having a page title that says Dog Forum - Powered by vBulletin is not as friendly as a page title of just Dog Forum. First, the extra words in your page title will take away some of the authority of your main keywords. You want all your strength going to the keywords Dog and Forum, not Powered and vBulletin. And second, its not as attractive. Really, no one but webmasters knows what vBulletin is. If a 40 year-old single mom if browsing the internet, she might skip over your entry in Google simple because shes unfamiliar with what vBulletin is and why its in your page title. Shell just click the next site on the list with a better page title.
So how do you remove the Powered by vBulletin? Its quite simple really. In your VB Admin panel, go to the template editor and select FORUMHOME. In there you will see:
lt;title gt; lt;phrase 1=$vboptions[bbtitle] gt;$vbphrase[x_powered_by_vbulletin] lt;/phrase gt; lt;/title gt;
Keep it simple and remove everything between lt;title gt; and lt;/title gt;. Enter in the title of your choice, such as lt; title gt;Computer Help Forum lt; / title gt;. Its that simple. By doing this, your forum will keep the remaining page title structure and edit the index page title only.
As for phpBB 3.0, if you want to edit your page title you need to open the overall_header.php file in your styles/template name folder. You will see a line that looks like this:
lt;title gt;{SITENAME} 

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