When To Welcome Newcomers

August 12, 2014Comments Off on When To Welcome Newcomers

It's not when they join. At least not in most communities.

Many of those that register don't have the intention of ever participating. You're wasting a lot of your time for minimal results.

Far better to welcome someone shortly after they've made their first contribution. 

These people are on the edge between being a regular participant or lurking.

Drop them a note and make a comment about the impact of their first post. Suggest another discussion you might like their opinion on. It's a small, direct, tweak that has a big impact. Try it.


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