Well I wanted to post my experience with Postloop and suggest the service to other members there, because it's a webmaster forum and I thought it could be useful to webmasters struggling to get their community going or webmasters that were just starting . I was hoping to gain some referrals by suggesting Postloop besides posting my experience. I primarily wanted to share my experience so far with other members at Taz. I type everything out and what am I greeted with? Well let's say Postloop is on The Admin Zone's no-no list of allegedly competing sites. Upon submitting my post, the Postloop name and url's were converted to http://www.anotherforum.com. I wasn't happy at all so I went on a tangent cursing The Admin Zone, without the cursing if anyone catches my drift. Basically I raised a stink about it, because I was frustrated after typing out everything. I was told by one of my staff members about The Admin Zone's draconian policies and censorship, but I never thought it was that bad. They are a webmaster forum, why does it matter if another forum may be in the same category as Taz, shouldn't everyone be equal? Are they that afraid of losing members, traffic and revenue that they resort to such measures? So cutting to the question of the day, why is Postloop on The Admin Zone's naughty list? I'm just curious for the laughs since I'm sure the reason is quite ridiculous.