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Iceman65

Basic requirements according to me in order to create a successful online community:
- Knowledge (how are we going to build?)
- Personas (who are we going to engage?)
- Business (why are we going to build?)
- Concept (what are we going to build?)
- Product (protect investment/insurance)

Build a solution which encourage members:
- To join
- To contribute
- To recruit
- To come back
- To interact
- To pay
- To be nice
- To provide feed-back

Build a launching strategy which covers:
- Preparation
- Marketing
- Observation

david dunkley gyimah

Nice. Laws of Reciprocity. Thanks to Mindy for the ping

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