Use A Meta Area For Dedicated Members

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Groups want information about the group.

It increases their attachment to the group

I'm a fan of having a community meta area. StackExchange does this well. They have an entire meta community , a blog, and a popular podcast series

You don't need to do all of the above. However, it's good to have a blog that outlines the latest community issues, your plans for the community, solicit opinions from members, highlight potential issues, recruit volunteers, and share the latest stats. 

Not everyone will visit, perhaps just a few will, but these are the few that really care about the community. 


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