FreeForums.org Releases Newest Version of Hosting Platform

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FreeForums.org, the Internet's fastest growing forum host, reaches 250,000 forum milestone.

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With years of development work that contains many new and exciting features--including increased security--this is by far the most powerful forum hosting platform on the web

FreeForums.org, the Internet's fastest growing forum hosting service, announced today the release of the newest version of their hosting platform. In addition, FreeForums.org announced they have reached a milestone of 250,000 forums registered through their service, making it one of the largest community services on the Internet.

FreeForums.org is now offering sign ups on the highly anticipated, feature rich version 3 of their popular forum hosting platform. "With years of development work that contains many new and exciting features--including increased security--this is by far the most powerful forum hosting platform on the web," said FreeForums.org founder Phil Santoro.

FreeForums.org version 3 release contains more new features and is built on the latest phpBB3 software-- because of its popularity, reliability, and functionality. "We see the version 3 release as a way to enhance our community's experience and take their forums to an even higher level," said Santoro.

FreeForums.org has seen explosive growth since being founded in February 2007. In June 2008, FreeForums.org was used by 16 million unique users. "We are thrilled to be the fastest growing forum host on the Internet. We owe our success to our strong community of users, our unparalleled service and support, and the features we have built into our platform," comments Matt Fiegl, director of customer service.

About FreeForums.org
FreeForums.org is the fastest growing free forum host on the Internet. FreeForums.org makes it easy to get started with a free forum and allows anyone to create their own community forum in minutes. FreeForums.org is one of several social networking and community websites owned by DivisionCore.

For additional information please visit http://www.divisioncore.com or http://www.freeforums.org .

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