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Great post! I'm sure it will help many people who are going to open an online pharmacy store. Personally I find it to be very useful as I want to create a site like https://www.canadadrugsdirect.com/ that allows not only order and buy pills, but also to read the descriptions of meds. So, thanks for sharing, I'll keep your tips in mind!
Excellent overview. I didn't even know the names of many of those. I just wish you would add more line breaks. You write like in a book.
Thanks, Pradyut - glad you enjoyed it.
I probably should've written this a year or two ago :)
Here's to even more folks enjoying the benefits of the community. 👊
Have been eagerly awaiting a post of this nature by you!
I think a lot of folks around here are following what you've highlighted. However, quality and consistency become pillars on which credibility and engagement are built. Thanks for sharing this, Anuj.
Look forward to reading Part II.
It's like on all social media sites to some extent. You need to build an audience first.
Why would someone expect to enter a site for the first time and people listen to them immediately even though they don't know that person?
When you don't want to participate in conversation but only to talk about yourself and everybody else needs to listen you are wrong on social media.
Thanks Anuj for sharing how to use this community wisely. Interesting you used Medium to do it too :) I'm using Medium more of late and loving it. Same for Growth Hackers. I think of it like any community, you get what you put into it. It's not all about you. It's about others and sharing - info and ideas, etc. Surprised to see so many do not use their photo as their profile image. Again thanks and have a great day!
Thank you for this post! As someone who’s trying to get more involved, this is really helpful.
Agreed that it can be difficult to participate, however without an initial seed to go off of, the likelihood that that one-sided conversation becomes two-sided is almost zero. In a way, it's almost like being in grade school, where without the first brave kid saying something, others may not follow :)
re: Having to build up a following first - I've never seen that to be a major factor on GH. It really has more to do with consistency. Good stuff tends to rise up more often than not (It's a separate issue that there is a lot of good stuff and at times some of it doesn't get as much attention as it should).
I think it's tricky! It feels somewhat difficult to participate in what's normally a one-sided conversation when someone shares a blog post. A submitter almost needs to build up a cult following first to get the ball rolling.
That, or communities start to devalue posts about doing basic SEO first, and rank based on topic/niche ;D
Good to know. On the other hand you can also reward helpful and selfless community members. On Inbound the top users at one time had a "power vote" that could propel otherwise invisible content to the frontpage for example.
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