Just thought I'd do a quick post relating to the way thread titles are labelled with some pointers, do's/donts.
When posting the name of a model/celeb and other key info, please don't put a dash - , or colon : directly next to the word, otherwise it won't show in a search, unless one searches for the name with the specified symbol, which they're not going to do, and thus this will lead to reposts. So to give an example, the thread title Kim Kardashian-bending over, cleavage shots at football game - Jan 16 isn't good (well the scenario certainly is), but the title isn't. Someone can search for the word Kim and find the thread, but searching under the surname won't, because there wasn't a space between the dash. Same situation applies with colons as well. We've edited lots of these titles in the past, so just a heads-up for people that do it without knowing.
Also, it's always handy (this more applies to the celeb forum than anywhere else) to have a bit of room if possible for more text in the subject line, as quite often there are additional pics, and people like this added to their title to acknowledge this, but sometimes if the thread title is mega long, it's hard to add more to the title. Which is why when dating the pics in the title, going shorter is better, such as Jan 8 instead of January 8, even using the 16/1/10, or 1/16/10, (depending on what format you use, and let's not get into arguments about which format is better!) can save room.
Also, it's always handy if the celeb is known more-so by one name, it's always handy to put the full name or alias either in the title or within the post, depending on length & appropriateness. Some celeb examples being JoJo, Kat Von D, Pink and there are others.
Please remember that the thread title is your way of identifying what's within the post, so it should be labelled as good as possible, and witty/personal opinions and comments should only be included if there's room for it and not at the expense of important info such as the date/name of shoot etc.
Any queries, please shoot.