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Koi Communities Online
Koi Communities Online Koi pond keeping is quickly becoming a very popular hobby among fish enthusiasts. Koi proves to be an interesting hobby, as it is ever changing.

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The nature of this hobby makes it almost imperative to
communicate with others who have knowledge in Koi and Koi pond keeping.
 
However, what happens if you run into a problem when your Koi
dealer just is not available to answer your questions?
 
This is when a network of Koi enthusiasts would come in handy.
 
This network can also provide sheer fun and entertainment. Who better to discuss your hobby with then others who find just as much enjoyment out of it as you do?
 
No matter what the reason you find to join a Koi community, you will find that you are glad you did.
 
The majority of online Koi communities are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and are typically free to use.
 
All that is required of you is to go through a sign up process, and
then begin reading, posting, and responding to other members posts.
 
Even if you have never joined an online community before, you
will find that it is extremely easy to do so, and the benefits of being a part of such a community is rewarding.
 
In just a few steps, you will be able to start talking with other Koi enthusiasts, potentially all over the world.
 
1) You must find an active community. While there are literally
thousands of communities available online, the vast majority of
them are old and outdated, and may not even be visited anymore.
 
Most message boards have statistics available right on their main page, you just have to look for it.
 
Typical statistics include the number of posts for that day and
month, the total number of users that are members, and the total
number of members currently signed in to the board.
 
The larger the number is generally better, especially when looking
at the amount of members currently online.
 
The higher amount online signals that you will not only be able to
post and respond to messages, but you may potentially even be able to talk to other members in real time.
 
2) After you find a community with the amount of activity suits your needs, then you must become a member of this form. Some message boards do not require you to sign up to post messages.
 
This option is a good idea if you do not plan on posting more then a couple of posts.
 
However, if you plan on visiting the board more
then that, then it would be a good idea to obtain a member name and password. This will be your identity.
 
Once you sign up, you may be able to create a member profile. Only add information to this profile that you would want the general public to view.
 
3) Once you become a member, you can begin flowing though the various topic boards.
 
Topic boards break different topics into separate divisions, allowing
users to more easier find and discuss what interests them.
 
Topics can range anywhere from Koi keeping for beginners,
advanced Koi keeping, all the way to specifics such as Koi behavior and health issues.
 
4) Once you find a board that suits your interests, you can read and post messages. Remember to only post messages on the topic listed
to prevent any confusion and the possibility of your post being deleted.
 
Also, always try to follow typical online typing etiquette when posting messages.
 
Do not post in all caps, spell out each word instead of using abreactions, do not argue, etc.
 
5) Finally, help out! Other Koi enthusiasts or even people that are
new to the hobby will find your opinion helpful and will welcome anything you have to say.
 
Providing the knowledge you have may mean the difference
between someone else’s pond crashing, or making it through an issue.
List of koi forum sites
  1. Extreme Koi Forum – The Best Online Koi Carp Forum
    www.koiforum.uk/
    Site decicated to Koi and pond keeping, japanese koi carp for sale, pond equipment for sale, forum offering help and advice on pond medication and koi …
  2. All Discussions – Koi Answers – All your Questions and Answers about …
    www.koianswers.com/
    … and Asia. Wide range of discussions including koi breeds, koi pond, koi filter, koi food, koi maintenance. … Migration of KoiAnswers Forum to Facebook Page.
  3. Forum – Koi Forum – Koi-Bito Magazine straight from Japan
    www.koi-bito.com/forum/forum.php
    Koi forum about koi hobbyist, breeders, dealers, pond construction, articles, interviews, club news, show.
  4. Koiphen.com
    https://www.koiphen.com/forums/
    As the largest Koi and pond community on the internet, the forum provides help and advice on pond building as well as Japanese Koi and Goldfish care
  5. Koi Pond Forum – The Pond Forum
    www.thepondforum.com/forumdisplay.php/15-Koi-Pond-Forum
    This is where serious chat about koi fish and koi ponds will happen. [If you’ve got goldfish, a bog or a watergarden, then please use the goldfish forum.]

Published by Giovanni Carlo

I am a koi fish keeper and breeder a husband of beautiful wife Maybel and beautiful daughter May Carl I have been in fish keeping hobby for over 35 years. Like many kids in the 80's We catch fish in the rivers and canals and kept it in the "pasong" local visayan name for pond. or a large mayo bottle since We don't have aquariums yet on that time. decades later their is a small petshop open in my place and that starts me from buying aquarium and fishes that are sold in the pet store decades later start growing goldfish and koi fish until today.

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