I'm not sure if I posted this here or not. I just wanted everyone to know that Wordpress now makes their own forum software that you can integrate into your wordpress site or blog.
I know there are forum plugins for it. But this one is actually made by wordpress, it's called bbpress. I am going to use it on two of my sites.
I'm hoping it has adsense spaces you can use in the post or between them like some do. Does anyone here use this yet? Here's the link:
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