I recently bumped one of my old threads in the marketplace and got confronted by the Moderator that: "Note from the moderator: Repeated bumps to this thread have been removed. Bumps are against forum rules and can cause a thread to be closed." Now... the forum rules state: "As in all threads, "bump" posts (those that simply bring your thread to the top of the New Posts list) are not permitted because they are unfair to other members (spam)." I don't understand how it could be "unfair" to other members. I understand the focus of the forum is not mainly the Marketplace.. But to those who are trying to sell their items.. how fair is it for them? I'll use my example.. I have a PB battery for sale and I originally listed it in April. I didn't get much response from it and after 3 weeks or so, i BUMPed it up to the top to see if i would get anymore responses. Well, the bump did indeed help as two members responded to it. A lot of users on here try to sell their systems or accessories in order to upgrade to the next best thing.. So without people seeing their ads, how is it helping the community. On top of that, many users here browse to find the next best thing.. cause some of us simply just can't afford to buy brand new.. Now some forums allow bumping twice a day, while others allow it once every two days. I'm not asking to bump threads everyday, but maybe even once a week or once every two weeks. Any input?