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[...] would I have to post before I can get 10 people to share them? Compare that to creating a 10 person event and asking all event goers to share their experience (a free drink as incentive never hurts). [...]

You know events are a good way to grow your community, but you...

[...] than it is a large group all at once. Besides, what feels better, selling 60 tickets to a 750 person event, or selling out a 50 person event and having 10 people on the waitlist? Yayyyyyyy, you. [...]

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