Successful Community Projects

Two ways to launch a new project.

  1. You can set a group of people a hard goal and ask them to work towards it.
  2. You reveal a project you’ve been working on for a long time and ask for people to help.

The problem is only 1% of people tend to help create a project compared with 10% that tend to edit. Almost every successful collective effort requires an individual (or a few individuals) to make a huge number of contributions to get started.

If you want a wiki, a huge database, a successful fundraising effort, a big collaboration on an eBook or whatever, you need to have something huge to show to begin with. Then let people add and edit as they like.

Anyone can set a big goal and tell people what you want. The harder part is showing what you already have and asking people to help.

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