SocialEngine 4: How To Create an Online Community

So you want to create a social network, and you want it to be vibrant. What are some things you can do to make sure you’re successful?

First, you have to accept that humans are tricky things. You can’t write a formula for how to grow a community, or at least if you can, I’ve never heard of it. Some fads explode one day and disappear the next, while some slowly burn into a wildfire. But enough with super vague metaphors, let’s talk about community building in the most practical terms possible. Learn More

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Fixing a Broken WordPress Installation

Imagine you migrated your WordPress site from one server to another. Moreover, if you migrated the current site to a new domain then it will be difficult to even navigate to the home page. In this article, you will learn the steps who need to take care before and after migration.

(1) Download a backup of your old MySQL database in a folder on your hard drive Learn More

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[SocialEngine] How To Reach Your Audience

We all know SocialEngine websites reach a niche audience. However, many niches are more saturated and competitive than one might think. Some popular concepts include social networks for Expats and Immigrants, religious faiths, and music enthusiasts. Fortunately, there are ways to work around the competition while serving the same audience. The key is to narrow down to a more specific niche audience.

Who To Reach Out To Learn More

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