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  • Bought it... LOVE it!

    I wasn't quite sure on the correct section to post this, but this is where lots of people come if they aren't 100% sure yet, so I thought it might help to have it here. (Feel free to move)

    I've run my forum for just over two and a half years now. I started on eZboard (free) forums, moved to pbpBB2 which was my first "real" forum and then onto SMF before finally taking the plunge and purchasing vBulletin. My only regret? I didn't do it sooner!

    From an Admin perspective, the inbuilt features are fantastic! Two years ago I didn't know what HTML stood for, and although I have come a long way since then, are still relatively simple in what I can and can't do. vBulletin by far has the easiest to understand Admin Panel I have ever seen.

    My members are loving the new and additional features, commenting that it is much easier to use and feature friendly. I'm a happy Admin. My members are happy posters. One of the best purchases I have made this year!

    Thanks vBulletin!

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    Thanks for the feedback.

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    • #3
      ahh, this remind me of a song...

      'he likes it, he loves it, he wants some more of it'


      • #4
        welcome to what we are all in


        • #5
          I agree , The admin features for vBulliten are ruddy fantastic! Esepcially 3.5.4


          • #6
            yeah, it's true


            • #7
              vB owns =]


              • #8
                Welcome to the vBulletin community!


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