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Thought it said to reply to this thread to test. My mistake.
 
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Somebody asked about using thread boost today, so here is the response I sent:

...  your query is about thread boost, and I do think that our thread boost works wonderfully.   Although I have seen different threads get the same amount of boost and some threads will get 50,000 views and other threads will get 800 views.  

Last year, I gave this thread a lot of thread boost for 30 days:

https://permies.com/t/87936/rocket-ovens-kickstarter

It got 59,808 views.  

So you go to your thread, scroll to near the bottom and there is the big button that says "Boost this thread".  Click that and you see all the options.  Here is what I did for my thread:

     - 2000 "similar threads"

     - 4 "additional forums"

     - 500,000 DX5 at "extreme priority"

     - 200,000 email ads at "extreme priority" at the bottom (people get really annoyed with the ads at the top)

That's it.  Most people that use thread boost go for "autolink".  I rarely use that anymore.  I think these four are the real workhorses.  

I hope this helps.

 
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