About vBulletin:

vBulletin was conceptualized in 1999, by James E. Limm and John Percival. Initially these two fellows were running a Visual Basic website and noticed the severe flaws in teh software. By 2000, they decided to write their own forum version known as vBulletin. Today vBulletin is the number 1 forum platform, far beating Xenforo, phpbb, mybb and other platforms. vBulletin has gone through several rewrites, vBulletin 2, vBulletin 3, vBulletin 4, and now currently vBulletin 5. The most stable version is 4.2.1, which is written in PHP, javascript, and and MySQL.


The software is offered as a commercial solution and can be purchased at for any where around $200-300 depending on whether you are an existing or new customer.


The videos above are the most complete, vBulletin videos available to date, covering an extensive 6 years of experience using vBulletin. In the videos, we go over things that work, and things that don’t. Many vBulletin modifications, themes, tweaks, and settings are discussed. It is not limited to just vBulletin knowledge. The course reaches out to all forum owners in an attempt to increase the overall dexterity of forum administrators world wide. It was published initially as a product on January 5, 2013, and then later made as a solid resource to everyone on June 15th, 2013 using Youtube and this page. The goal is to teach everyone how to build successful forums and to compete with larger social media companies like Facebook.

About making vBulletin Forums

1. We use http://vbsocial.com/bluehost for hosting. Heres’ our exclusive deal.

2. We use vBulletin to build our forums big: http://vbsocial.com/vBulletinDeal

3. Our big forums all use our vBSocial mods: http://vbsocial.com/join-today




David Ahmad

Founder of vBSocial.com