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I wish I could give you the perfect answer-- we are using Infusionsoft + CustomerHub, which is NOT the best solution given they don't have a forum feature-- we have had to tack on "Tender" which is built as a support ticket/help desk engine and we've had to modify it quite a bit. I think it's rid...

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This sounds like an exciting project! There are certainly a lot of points to consider when putting together anything involving memberships, especially something like you've described. However, I won't go into every possible course as I believe the most likely route that will bring you success wi...

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Hi, I'm Rodger Stephens, and I'm a business performance expert, growing businesses for the last 25+ years. Here's a few suggestions to help your business to grow...the method is simple, but unchangeable... 1) Find out what $$ you can allocate to bringing in new members. Having $100k in revenues ...

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Where will traffic to the site come from? Do you have a target market identified? Beyond "people who need personal coaching services"? (Which is pretty non-specific to me) Do you know if they are willing to pay for your content? Just putting up a blog is not enough, for either case.

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To build an online community you need to show your expertise and leadership in the subject. You can start by blogging content in the subject and start attracting interested people in the subject. It is a rule that the number of people that reads is 3 to 5 times the number of people that collabora...

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It really depends on what you're looking to offer, but generally you should allow people to try before they buy, encourage and help them while they try it out and then ask for the business.

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Why don't you use Wordpress? Free plugins like s2member are available; DAP and Wishlist are great paid options. Easy to use, too.

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You are comparing apples to oranges. WordPress is a platform, Ruby is a web framework. If you are looking to develop a completely custom platform, you could certainly do it in Rails, but you could also write it in PHP (like WordPress). I'd do some digging and see what is out there for pre-made...

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There is no such list and that's not the way you'd make a connection with a great advisor anyway. First, your best advisor won't care that your company is based in Southeast Asia. Focus on identifying people who have significant expertise and credibility in your business area. Make your own ...

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One thing to keep in mind when shifting from a free resource to a paid community (as in a paid subscription) - is to make sure the paid subscription provide more value than the free services. Second thing to keep in mind is to avoid losing contacts when you switch to paid That is why many suc...

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