You love starting threads. It's your favourite thing to do. Do you want more people to read your brilliant missive on the state of the Marxist-Leninist party in Lithuania? Or answer your thoughtful and provocative query concerning Brian Topp's last press release? Do you want right-wing cranks to find your threads on Google searches? Of course you do. Well why don't you tag your dang threads?
There are three ways to organize babble threads, and you can use all three of them to make your thread stick out on the internet like Keanu Reeves at the Academy Awards. The first option is tagging. Tagging your post thoroughly and accurately will help it show up on web searches and rabble's own search engine.
The second option is Issues. Selecting the right issue page will add your thread to the corresponding rabble issue page (rabble.ca/issues). This is especially important for election-themed threads, since rabble's election page is one of our most widely visited pages. You can select as many issue pages as apply--just use shift+click (or command+click) to select more than one option.
Finally, the third option is geo-tagging. Tag your post if it applies to a specific province (or Canada in general). Again, you can select as many provinces as apply. Even if you post a thread in one of the regional forums, you still need to select the appropriate province.
Tagging threads appropriately and thoroughly will not only help rabble, it will make sure your thread is read by as many people who want to read it as possible. So do it already!