A couple of years ago Feverbee introduced something we had been working on for years, our online community lifecycle. The lifecycle was based upon Iriberri and Leroy's initial work and our own research and experience.
An online community is destined to fail if there is not enough interest in the concept for the community. So what does it take to create a community with a brilliant concept? Richard Millington explains.
If you’re stuck about how to get discussions going, here is a simple tip; ask questions you know members have the answer to. Community in participation is as much about your members’ desire to impress each other as it is...
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