Number eight: http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/bigg...004-part2.html

My heroin content is a collection of tools for speaker geeks like myself.

I knew the tools would generate eyeballs, but I didn't realize it would generate that many eyeballs.

They have generated quite a few good inbound links and I have lots of unique visitors entering without referrals (bookmarks?). The SE traffic could be better, but I won't complain since it's only been a month.

Problem: They aren't contributing to my community through posting questions/comments/controversy or clicking affiliate links.

I'm working on version 2.0 of the most popular tool. I'm going to make it more flexible and give more feedback based on the user's design intentions.

Should I ask people to register for my community in order to gain access for version 2.0? The site rises in the SEs when the forum is busy, so I'm hoping to get more posts.