Post Exchange programs are and excellent way to promote content within the forums of any new website, the problem is that it's extremely rare for everyone to "give their all" when entering this type of program. The other problem is that link exchanges rarely ever set firm guidelines and the few existing rules are rarely, if ever, enforced. What we are attempting to do here is structure an easy to follow program guide on UKWMW Post Exchange Program. I also intend to structure this program as a bit of a directory service so you can see a short description of the site your most interested in and exchange posts with that webmaster. UKWMW Post Exchange Program (proposed): - Option 1: Tier 1 membership --> A group member who is willing to add a minimum of 10 posts to a forum/forums of his/her choosing. - Option 2: Tier 2 membership --> A group member who is willing to add a minimum of 20 posts to a forum/forums of his/her choosing. - Option 3: Tier 3 membership --> A group member who is willing to add 25 + posts to a forum/forums of his/her choosing. Details: - We are not here to pad memberslists so if your signing up just to add members then you will be booted from the program immediately and permanently. - New members to the program must prove themselves reliable (the same as you would with any new job). - All members to this program must use a signature designed to bring awareness to the program on their "enlisted sites". - The signature will be based off your agreed membership rank, either Tier 1, Tier 2 or Tier 3. You cannot jump between Tiers so if you want a Tier 3 membership then you must post 25 + posts on all agreed forums. Should you fail to meet your quota, you will be demoted to the next lowest rank or removed from the program. - "Under Construction" sites will not be accepted into the program, neither will tobacco, gambling, warez, pornographic, racial, hate, discrimanatory, or drug related such as cialis, phenteramine. The above is meant as a guideline to get us started on discussions on how to ultimately structure this program. There will be firm guidelines because no one wants to enter into a program, do the work and not receive what they put into it. Firm rules and guidelines as well as policing will ensure we all get what we deserve. More to come as it pops into my head.