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June 20, 2012


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Thanks for sharing Bill. I really appreciate it.

It's important to note that many people think that there are companies out there that can provide them with an instant online community, stock full of engaged members. That's simply not the case.

It takes a long time to find those members that are just as passionate about your company or the service you provide as you are. In fact building a community from scratch is one of the hardest (yet most rewarding) things a company can do but it's important to understand what you're getting into before you start.

Thanks again Bill. Great writeup.


This article provides an in depth look on social networking platforms. Online communities have provided people with an easier way to communicate and share information.

Our company, Groupiest was established to do just the same. We offer an online tool that will allow users to create their own social network where people with the same interest can share thoughts and information. Having a common interest drives a social network to become successful. Learn about us and what we can offer by visiting our website:

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