There are many people comeing to CureZone Forums all desperate about their health problem, asking for help, while not even being aware of the fact that there are sometimes up to 10 or even 50 success stories posted inside that same forum, about that exact same problem. If they would read success stories, they would at least get an idea what could be done, and some of them would avoid wasting time for asking a question on something that is obvious.
To make success stories and any other messages of higher value (educational messages, warnings) easier to find, those links are placed exactly there where they are most likely to be read. Old time poster can easily ignore them, but newbees looking for answers can easily find them.
The same links are available directly under the forum title, but somehow people are blind for them and are rarly aware of the existence of those pages.
I understand that links may be annoying to anyone who has been on CureZone long time and knows how to find success stories, but beware that abot 70% of CureZone daily visitors are people comeing from Search Engines, people who may have never seen CureZone before, and people who may never come to curezone later, unless they are able to easily find the "cure" for what ails them.
Placing links there, makes it possible for anyone to easily find messages of higher value.
It is of course, up to moderators to mark messages of higher value with propper marks, for the system to work.
So far, the largest forums have huge collections of pages marked with R, but many smaller forums have hundreds of unmarked messages. It is a work in progress.
The easiet way to find messages of higher value is to look for messages that have been read by the large number of people.
Here is a list listing the most popular (by hits) messages on CureZone: