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Albert Cumplido

Great post.
Really liked where you explain how to identify the current stage of the lifecycle of the community: metrics, virtual sense of community index, etc.
Regarding the mitosis phase, is there a kind of Dunbar's number? Or instead of that, you know it when you're on the Maturity stage and the sense of community (or # active members) decreases?
Thanks. Again, I think it's an excellent post.

tom martin

This is a great post Rich... sure it will help a lot of folks (newbies and seasoned vets alike) think through management of their own communities.
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seofirst

Hi,

Nice post. Thanks for updating rich information about developing successful online communities.

Thanks,
seofirst

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