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There was value in it for me. Since starting to contribute it now brings a lot more value and I'm sure I will continue to contribute more and the value will go up. I think you want to be very inclusive. People connect here even if they don't contribute. I think those who do contribute should continue to promote participation. Getting people to start to reply in discussions is an easy first step. Something promoting that, like an e-mail to all members, I think would do very well. Also, I'd love to see it set up so I receive an e-mail when there is a reply to a discussion I have participated in, like Facebook does. That really helps engage people.
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Added by Todd Kmiec at 12:12pm on February 12, 2009
won’t stop until I’ve hit the ultimate big biller status, and at that point, I won’t stop because I’m just so freaking addicted to this game. I myself belong to roughly 20 Recruiting/Talent Management networks. RBC by far pumps out the best quality period. I still read the others via readers and RSS, but each day you can bet I am on RBC.
There is a core group that runs the content daily sure, but I most of the time find that the 1 off contributor has the best insight, and that’s the value hear. I can call the big names any day at their office and chat. Their propaganda is everywhere, most of it very good and intriguing, but it’s the other 100 contributors a day here that make this site dynamic.
In the end, RBC is responsible for creating new jobs for many of us, whether it be through shear motivation or an eye opening experience through content.
All 16K members won’t contribute and that’s fine. 6K won’t remember they joined, 6K will lurk, learn and eventually contribute, and the remaining 4K will contribute at different times making RBC the best spot to grow.
Ok, I’m done.
But in the end, I agree with you that the activity among many site are down. I think the overall problem here is saturation.…
ends and colleagues to join this group, the bigger the better. I also invite you to please contribute to the Discussion Forum, as well as to let me know if there are any upcoming local recruiter meetings/events that everyone should be aware of. Content is king, and the more we all can contribute, the value of participating in this group will only get richer.…