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How to increase members in a site
Ways to Improve number of members
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msg:3155737
 12:27 am on Nov 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi, I have a site in which user can join as a member and they can talk with other users as like a forms, suggest some ways to increase number of members in my site, what marketing skill need to use.

 

AjiNIMC




msg:3158658
 3:54 pm on Nov 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

[webmasterworld.com...] may be you will find it useful.

Thanks,
AjiNIMC

Mistra




msg:3161113
 9:07 pm on Nov 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

Offer interesting content that make users wanted to sign up. Make every link in home page linked to forum registration page.

I assure you that you will get average 3 sign ups per day if your site is new and can be easily found in search engines.

But getting them to post is a problem.

AjiNIMC




msg:3161256
 1:30 am on Nov 19, 2006 (gmt 0)

you will have to find,

1) Mavens - who will like to help the world. Make them moderators.
2) Connectors - who will spread it. These people can be bloggers or others. Offer them right tool and you can see the difference.

Start simple topics to make them participate. Some discussions which can offer good help,
1) [webmasterworld.com...]
2) [webmasterworld.com...]
3) [webmasterworld.com...]

More inside library.

AjiNIMC

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