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Old 06-03-2004, 11:36 AM   #1
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An Interesting and Important Educational Guppy Website

Hi everyone,

We have an educational guppy website (www.thegupps.com) that contains an array or gallery of hundreds of photos of different type of guppies for your viewing and educational purposes. These guppies are obtained from all over the world. Feel free to browse through our picture gallery. Feel free to feedback to us or email us if you have any queries.


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NB : We are apologetic that because our service provider always do maintenance during weekend. So the website will be up only on weekdays. So do login and have a look during weekdays.
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Old 06-03-2004, 12:31 PM   #2
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Well Gupps, you definitely used yer freebie.

It is poor form to attempt to snag new member from established websites.
And seems what you have done because you have not yet posted elsewhere
nor answered any guppy questions that are floating about.

Nor is the site THAT informative since it is new and has only a couple hundred members and most areas of your site are member view only. :|
the search which needs a guppy strain to get a pic (which if a person knows guppies enough to know strains..they don't NEED as much advice) or in teh memeber view only gallery.

The powers that be here do not mind references to specific sites that have the needed info on a certain species..like Koko's Goldfish World and The Krib.. for example. But these sites allow a guest to see certain important areas, like the sick fish and general questions area of the forum. They do not HAVE to become members to have access to the important stuff like "what do I got?" and ""save my fish!". Any members who check your link will be somewhat miffed.
Guppies are considered quite common by most and really do need an advocate.
But that means sticking around here. Pointing out what makes then a mainstay of the hobby all these years.
Since this post is in the lounge it will probably be allowed to stand, but it won't work the way you wanted becuase this will be long buried before the few guppaphiles pop in.
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This was also posted in the Welcome Wagon, I moved it to duplicate posts and managed to delete it--it was suppossed to leave a shadow in the Welcome Wagon. Still learning
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Heh..hey we are new crew..we can't tie all the knots yet!
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