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Actively investing in non niche network websites
I think that the website must have some new communities in "piquant" topics to survive (to become enough well-known and contributed in the next say, 50 years).
"piquant" topics would be in my opinion (just examples, no connection to existing site proposals):
The last website added to the network is about tabletop games and barely has any posts in it (it doesn't have a pager); I think it was a too of a "niche" choice and the owners of the network should actively seek website ideas in fields that may be less interesting for them personally.
The aims for this post are to:
- Suggesting to community managers to consider replacing the current mechanism for community proposal (for example, allow just one person to start a community given relevant background in the field and in moderation)
- Suggesting to community members to further emphasis non niche topics so to prefer creating communities primarily on general audience topics
It isn't clear to me exactly why these particular communities would attract more users than others. For example we a …
We don't just spin up communities about topics that interest us personally - all new communities go through the Site Pro …
(Please note that at the time this answer was posted, revision 4 of the question was current. That revision of the quest …