You don’t need bells and whistles to build a community


Cutting-edge design, Web 2.0 widgets and embedded Facebook and Twitter connections are nice to have, but online communities can grow and flourish without any gimmicks or technological tricks, writes Richard Millington. “The only element a community can’t survive without is activity. No activity, no community. Focus on that,” Millington writes.  FeverBee.com

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