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Tips for Building Your User Community to Drive Return Visits

Source: http://blog.list.ly/2013/06/04/why-building-a-ugc-startup-is-like-playing-euro-games/

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Give more feedback to your users - report on their progress

Give more feedback to your users - report on their progress
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Reward what you view as the best activity and content is perceived to be most valuable

Reward what you view as the best activity and content is perceived to be most valuable
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Connect users with the existing friends

Connect users with the existing friends
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Unveil something new every day/week (content, features etc) - Think serialization

Unveil something new every day/week (content, features etc) - Think serialization
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Maximize the on boarding experience / give more insight / extract more learning

Maximize the on boarding experience / give more insight / extract more learning
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Segment users and target messages based on specific behaviours

Segment users and target messages based on specific behaviours
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Connect users with other similar minded users

Connect users with other similar minded users
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Encourage users to signup and connect their social networks

Encourage users to signup and connect their social networks
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Rollout a progressive application / progressive learning strategy (keep it simple for beginners)

Rollout a progressive application / progressive learning strategy (keep it simple for beginners)
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Celebrate sucessess and mention people

Celebrate sucessess and mention people
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Connect your users and get them talking

Connect your users and get them talking
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Encourage people to share content and mention/include others

Encourage people to share content and mention/include others
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Make you users look/feel good about their time investment

Make you users look/feel good about their time investment
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Don't assume people think ab0out your network - always be educating

Don't assume people think ab0out your network - always be educating