Bumping policy

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Bumping policy
« on: 21 Feb 2010, 03:01 am »
BUMPS
1.  weekly bumps are permitted.
2.  changes in pricing are a permitted bump at anytime.  No, one dollar reductions are not acceptable and will be considered a bump.
3.  Violations will result in the whole thread moved to the waste bin.

If you need to bump your ad often perhaps you should consider lowering your price.

foz1982

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Re: Bumping policy
« Reply #1 on: 6 Nov 2014, 03:10 pm »
Could you please explain what BUMP stands for or means. What is a Free BUMP? I have seen ads with The word BUMP and nothing else, no words no pictures, nothing. I want to use this site but am afraid of getting flushed.
Thank you. clueless in Chicago

Miney

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Re: Bumping policy
« Reply #2 on: 6 Nov 2014, 03:24 pm »
From Wikipedia:
A thread is contained in a forum, and may have an associated date that is taken as the date of the last post (options to order threads by other criteria are generally available). When a member posts in a thread it will jump to the top since it is the latest updated thread. Similarly, other threads will jump in front of it when they receive posts. When a member posts in a thread for no reason but to have it go to the top, it is referred to as a bump or bumping. It has been suggested that "bump" is an acronym of "bring up my post";[15] however, this is almost certainly a backronym and the usage is entirely consistent with the verb "bump" which means "to knock to a new position".[16]

foz1982

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Re: Bumping policy
« Reply #3 on: 7 Nov 2014, 03:14 pm »
Got it! Thank you

 

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