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Writersbeat has been uniting people with a passion for writing since 2005. With more than a half million posts and over 13,000 members, it is among the leaders of writing-based forums.
A popular forum to discuss Pogo contests, offering a friendly family atmosphere to members and visitors.
Scion XB discussion forum, discussing news, parts, and how-to. The forum is going strong with almost a million posts and a member base surpassing 27,000.
Tow411 has been dedicated to serving the towing and recovery service industry for more than 12 years.
This forum discusses Survivalcraft, a game for Windows Phone, Android and iPhone/iPad. The forum gathered 5,000 members in its first two years on line and is growing rapidly.
Motorcycle discussion and how-to forum. Bike news and parts. The forum continues to build a valuable motorcyle discussion archive with its growing member base of 78,350 at the start of 2014.
Pro Recording Workshop, also referred to as PRW, holds discussions about audio recording and music production. The forum has gathered nearly 2,000 members since its launch in 2011.
This is the internet stop for for over 5,000 members to discuss spoilers and news regarding the General Hospital. The forum was founded in 2008 and reached 250,000 posts in 2013.
A discussion forum for AntiX. The forum covers all AntiX releases, old and new. It is steadily building up documentation and discussion threads.
The Gungan Council is one of the oldest and largest Star Wars writing forums on the web. Founded in 1999, it is also one of the oldest forums on the Yuku (formerly Ezboard) network.
The veterans benefits network is a forum where veterans help veterans. The forum has been on line for more than 11 years and has acquired over 22,000 members during that time. It has been a haven for veterans seeking help.
With 10,400 members, nsider2 has been discussing Nintendo news, as well as online and handheld gaming during its almost 7 year run.
The Classic Horror Film board is a discussion forum for fans of classic horror, sci-fi and fantasy films, and related subjects. Over 6,700 members have contributed almost 1.4 million posts.
At Bass Cat, owners can learn about their boats. The Forum partially serves as a Bass Cat manual and has accumulated a wealth of useful information in the 13+ years the forum has been on line..
College Gymnastics is a place for fans to discuss the sport, their teams, and individual gymnasts. The forum has been flourishing for nearly 12 years.
The unofficial Martin Guitar Forum, generally referred to as the UMGF, is a forum for all who love Martin guitars. Founded in 2001, the forum has 20,342 members of which 1,475 joined in 2013.
The largest paintball site on the internet is home to almost 652,000 members who have contributed 79 million posts. The forums are in constant motion at every hour of the day and night.
Founded in 2001, NGEmu is a computer and console games based community, serving a broad international audience. The forum has 319,000 members and is growing fast.

Built around a portfolio of long standing online forum communities, CrowdGather was founded in 2008 with the vision of unifying and improving forums for the benefit of users, owners, and advertisers alike.

CrowdGather’s wholly owned forum network is anchored by its free forum hosting platform Yuku®–a destination where anyone can build a specialized forum community–as well as numerous branded, niche forums which cater to enthusiasts across different verticals. In 2014, CrowdGather will launch a performance monetization and advertising marketplace for both its own forum network as well as for third-party forum owners who wish to partner to achieve advertiser scale and brand safety requirements. At launch, CrowdGather’s marketplace will allow advertisers the ability to efficiently access a fragmented yet potent forum audience segment, including the company’s hundreds of millions of monthly ad impressions along with additional impressions from participating third-party forums.

CrowdGather’s forum network serves over 12 million monthly unique visitors, approximately 33% of which visit from mobile devices. Approximately 25 million members have registered on CrowdGather sites since inception, resulting in the creation of approximately 75 million discussions containing over 1.5 billion replies.