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Harmony Central and Great Expectations

Richard Millington
Richard Millington

Founder of FeverBee

Visit Harmony Central.

It’s one of the world’s most
successful communities, 15m posts and counting.

Big communities like this should
have big ambitions.

Big communities need big, huge, victories that forever
change their sector. It’s hard to keep that sense of community alive amongst
huge communities. Some, like Reddit, survive with a unique personality. This is
the exception.

A new community needs small
to build momentum. Once you have momentum, you can aim higher.

You can organize the ultimate event for your sector. You can
create the definitive books (paperback), best practice guides, and even the
very products your members would like (or work with organizations to create

You can also campaign and lobby organizations to make the
changes your organization wants.

Having a big community gives you incredible power (some
might say responsibility) to influence your entire sector. Don’t be afraid to
wield it.


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