__/ [Stacey] on Saturday 12 November 2005 17:00 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [Berimor] on Saturday 12 November 2005 12:44 \__
>>> On 12 Nov 2005 01:53:06 -0800, Devang Barotwrote:
>>>> Hi all
>>>> SEO Group :
>>>> URL : http://groups.google.com/group/ddbarot
>>> Why not a.i.s-e ?
>> Yesterday I came to discover google.public.support.general. I never
>> to look at it before, but it seems rather busy: several dozens of new
>> threads per day. Than again, Google =~ Search Engines.
> It can be pretty busy. Been a regular there for several years now.
That type of groups intimates me. If in the course of 1 week close to
5,000 messages are posted, they become extremely hard-to-follow and there
is obscurity due to a large number of distinct posters. Then again, the
upside thing is that there is plenty of choice when selecting a thread. If
the group is news-driven, rather than problems-driven, eyescanning of the
titles can also have its value.
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