How do you know which forums (other than HP) are good to participate in?
I'm fairly new to forums and unsure which ones to become a part of (as to what their reputation is.) Does anyone know any Personal Development Forums that are informative and of good quality?
I, personally, can not point you in the direction of a Development Forum that is informative and good quality simply because I haven't explored this site fully. That, I am sorry for.
I can, however, point out that the genre of my Hub is Personal Development. It's not perfect, but it's a work in the making
As for which forum to participate in?
What's helpful for me (and how I, myself, do this) is that I will give my "2 cents" in a forum or indulge in a Hub if it relates to me and/or I am able to give a helpful response to it. If i'm unable to give advice or whatnot, then I make sure to keep my words to myself.
Remember, these are only my personal rules. Everyone is different. Just do what feels comfortable to you. You'll know when it happens
Hope this post helped you out!
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