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    Default Can We "unbury" the Affiliate Program Warnings Forum?

    I noticed that the "Affiliate Program Warnings" forum is situated all the way at the bottom - just above the "Former Sponsors" forum in the "Other Affiliate Programs" section. Is there any way this forum can be moved to a more prominent position?

    There are plenty of instances where (for example) I start a thread on long-term tracking issues and end up choosing the "chatter box" or the "Affiliate Guard Dog- Affiliate Program Terms and Conditions" thread when in reality, the "Affiliate Program Warnings" might be a more appropriate choice.

    Perhaps putting it just above/below the "Unethical Behaviour Reports" forum might be a good spot for it, as one would be to report problematic portals while the other would be to discuss problematic programs.

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    That DOES seem a good place to put it.

    It probably won't make much difference for regulars (who use the new posts feature) but if occasional visitors don't use that then putting the section in a more prominent place is a good idea.

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    "I noticed that the "Affiliate Program Warnings" forum is situated all the way at the bottom - just above the "Former Sponsors" forum in the "Other Affiliate Programs" section. Is there any way this forum can be moved to a more prominent position?"

    A well-conceived suggestion, Shay!

    Just because programs are no GPWA sponsor don't mean they're less important for the webmasters welfare, especially if it comes to a doubtful situation in business relationship.

    I think, the result of Shay's suggestion would be to bring also non-sponsor issues better into light of day. It's not a promotion of non-sponsor programs.

    Leopold

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    That's a great idea. I actually forgot about the Affiliate Program Warnings Forum until I read this thread. I usually don't scroll down that far.

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    Good idea, though I think it's not fair to just look at how online casino's are threating affiliates. As there are some online casino's that seem to do threat good affiliates, but that are scamming their players. I think this because I see certain online casino's that normally would be blacklisted having promiment places om some - good ranking - affiliate websites...

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