I just joined MOC pages today so hello everybody! Anyway, there does not seem to be much members here to be honest. The ones that are here seem to be fairly inactive also. Are there any ways we can get more people on here and get more members active? If we can create a network of CUUSOO users we can develop our projects to new hights and support projects that are deemed of high enough quality. If we can get just a few select projects on the top ten board that should be enough to get the ball rolling and get the mass of many users to support. We need to gather more CUUSOO members on here first to achieve such a feat. Any suggestions on how to achieve this? Permalink
I think a group montage would be great! I don't have a youtube account however and don't plan on making one anytime soon so somebody else would have to upload it. It also don't do facebook or eurobricks, but I can help you on a Flickr campaign. Do we have a group there that I can join? Permalink
Alright so you can post it on the account. I have no video ediing software and to be honest I am completely oblivious to the all the things you can do with the internet. What I can help achieve is getting more members on Flikcr and MOC pages. I know I can get at least three members to join. Permalink
One thing I have begun doing is placing links to other projects that i like within my project page to help others gain support for projects I really like. Some have placed mine on their's in return.
I also saw on the LEGO message boards that a group of people pick a project every week and vote on it. We could do something similar but pick a project and promote it on all of our sites and networks. Permalink
Hi guys, just wanted to say I joint the Cuusoo group with my MegaMan project. Hope you think it's worthy of being part of it:-D Think I'll join the Flickr group too (I already have my project on there). Not sure which one is more active? I think the most successful projects so far had either a celebrity tweeting and facebooking it or were previously well-known moccers... It also seems to help if your creations are real (which mine are not). I'm considering ordering pieces to build some real stuff. Permalink
Creating a Facebook page for this group will help gain more visibility from people outside of the LEGO community which is pretty important. Successful projects cater to the interests of a wider variety of fans. We should gain as much support from LEGO fans but also reach out to communities that our projects focus on. Facebook will allow us to connect with these other communities. Lets be honest the only people that really come to this site are LEGO fans and we need to change that. Permalink