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  • Richard Millington is the founder of FeverBee, a community consultancy and Professional Community Management course. Richard's clients have included the United Nations, The Global Fund, Novartis, Oracle, OECD, BAE Systems, AMD and several youth & entertainment brands. Richard is also the the author of the Online Community Manifesto.

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LauraGlu

Great list! I think a few are optional, depending on your community.
For example, I'm working on a community for professionals using a piece of software. I'm much more likely to feature a LinkedIn group around the topic then a Facebook app.
Showing community member's faces goes a long way towards getting people to participate, and be nice!

Loyan

Thanks for this list. I've been wondering about #3 lately. Do you have a preference between using Facebook Connect or OpenID profiles? Pros and Cons?

I love #11, but I would edit from:
"The ability for members to create their own sub-groups"
to
"The ability for members to create and lead their own sub-groups."

Whatcha think?

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