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10-22-2007 @ 1:51PM
I think most folks have covered everything I would add but for one thing.You presumably have a team of happy members. If you have some forums (or can take fast notes), pop the question: What about the guild makes you happy that you're here?That gives you your fuel for a recruiting post. If everyone likes that you're laid back, but yet manage to come together to Kara, then you want to make sure you describe your guild that way to attract more of the same.Our guild, for example, is predominantly east coast working folks, most of whom are parents, so the 9p-12a run times really work well for that crowd. While recruiting members, I specifically aimed for such.Remember, you can't sell your strengths unless you know what they are.
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