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The Social Lending Network Forum Launches

by Peter Renton on September 9, 2011

I have had several requests about this from readers over the last few months. Many of you wanted a place to have discussions about p2p lending that were outside the confines of the comments section of a blog post. So, today I am launching the Social Lending Network forum.

My intention with this forum is to make it a community gathering place for everyone who is interested in p2p lending. It will be a place where anyone can go and start a conversation or contribute to an existing conversation. I hope it will become a valuable resource that encourages sharing so we can all learn more.

Now, I realize there are other forums out there. I have talked about the Prospers.org forum before. There is also the Wiseclerk forum which is more focused on p2p lending in Europe and even Ken from Lendstats has recently started a forum. So there is no shortage of places to go now to discuss p2p lending but of course I hope you will consider signing up at the Social Lending Network forum.

If you are a new investor or borrower then I encourage you to join the conversation. You can learn a great deal by listening and asking questions. I encourage everyone to go on over to the forum right now and introduce yourself or start a conversation. I look forward to seeing you there.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Glenn September 9, 2011 at 5:54 pm

Great idea and initiative Peter. I hope there is alot of participation.

Peter Renton September 10, 2011 at 6:42 am

@Glenn, Thanks. I have no idea how much participation I will get, but I expect it will take some time. Thanks for signing up by the way.

Bilgefisher September 12, 2011 at 7:35 am

Starting a forum is easy, running good forum is very difficult. I wish you luck, there is certainly a need in the P2P industry.

Jason

Peter Renton September 12, 2011 at 9:25 am

@Jason, You are certainly correct here, it wasn’t difficult to get this setup. And I will be doing my best to make sure it is a worthwhile forum for everyone.

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