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About Rich

  • 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.

    e-mail: richard@feverbee.com T :+44 (0)20 7792 2469

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Pablo Edwards

Great quick thought. I appreciate your insights.

Greg

Without a doubt a very important aspect of online communities.

Most people completely oversee this simple but very important detail.

Fact is, thousands of "registered members" doesn't = a successful community... Once you have thousands of "active members" then something is going right.

Good one, Rich!

Michaelscottjr

One of the key things that make a community a community is the content. It's really the currency.

However, it's not without it's pitfalls as outlined here:

http://www.4th-e.com/blog/bid/50326/Content-marketing-Why-content-doesn-t-necessarily-create-community

Thanks Rich - great post and enjoy the blog!

Jenny

Surveying your list or community is always a good idea. If you want to increase the amount of people that fill it out, simply offer an incentive. A free report, coupon or discount, merchandise, etc.

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