Interview with Snobothehobo
A interview with Snobothehobo a 20 year old male from the USA. He launched not that long ago his own forum named Pluvia Village, a quite unique community that is doing quite well so far. Other then that he is also a dedicated and passionate admin on Forum Promotion.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass; it’s about learning to dance in the rain!“
[1.] Max Pen: Could you tell us a bit more about yourself so the readers know who you are? Also can you tell us how you came up with the username of Snobothehobo?
Snobothehobo: I’m just an exceptionally silly person. I try to be nice to people even if they aren’t nice to me. I also enjoy learning new things and making people smile (or at least think, “Is he serious?”) with my lame jokes. I also like gummy bears. As for how I came up with my username, I honestly couldn’t tell you. I’ve been using it forever, and it’s become my main identity on the internet. I rarely sign up to anything using any name but Snobothehobo.
[2.] Max Pen: When did you first get involved into forums? What was your first impression of forums? What caused you to to grow a passion for them?
Snobothehobo: My first forum was a fan forum for one of my favourite games, Arcanum. My experience on that forum didn’t work out very well, but I did meet a person there who actually helped me set up my very first forum! Although my first forum was very bad (quite frankly), I was hooked on forums for life at that point.
[3.] Max Pen: What are some of the forums you are currently active on and people could find you on?
Snobothehobo: As much as it pains me to say it, I’m only consistently active on Forum Promotion and my forum at the moment.
[4.] Max Pen: What does a forum need to have to fit to your standards? How important is a community feeling for you?
Snobothehobo: I’ve never been one to worry about the theme too much. If it doesn’t hurt my eyes or give me a seizure, then I’m fine with it. A forum is all about the community in my mind. You can spend years and years developing a theme, but a forum with an awesome theme won’t go anywhere without a community. One piece of advice I’d like to give people who open forums is this: have some members ready to join before you even open the forum. That’s the only way to make sure that you’ll be able to create enough content from the beginning. If you open a forum without having a few people ready to join already, then it’s going to be a much bigger challenge to create the content that you need to attract more users.
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