By creating niche groups, you can send surfers to niche-trades that match their interests.
By default, when out.cgi selects a surfer to be forwarded to a trade instead of a content page,
all trades from the main outlist are loaded.
Groups are mini versions of outlists, containing only the trades that belong to a certain category.
When out.cgi selects a surfer to be send to a trade instead of a gallery while using groups,
only trades from the group outlist are loaded.
For example, if your mainpage lists gallery links to both picture galleries and movie content pages,
and you also have trades that can clearly be grouped into picture trades and movie trades,
the logical step is to make two groups, a pics group and a vids group.
Edit all your gallery links and add &gr=pics to all links that go to picture galleries
and add &gr=vids to all links that go to movie galleries.
Of course you can also use niches, media formats, site types, etc for grouping.
1. new group
To create a new group, fill out the name of the group and click the create group button. Don't use spaces or special characters in the group name.
We recommend that you use short groupnames as they do show up in the url.
The overflow determines what happens when a surfer has visited all trades in a group and keeps clicking.
The surfer can be either forwarded to trades from other groups, or to content pages.
2. edit group
Click a group to add and remove trades that currently belong to a group.