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Discussion in 'Managing Your Online Community' started by tech, Aug 30, 2009.
What is a Wiki?
And why do websites have them, i just never understood what they are..
It allows users to create, modify and organize web page content - collaboratively.
Some people say that if you Wiki, wiki. The internet will die...
Here you go... Wiki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That should explain all.
Basically, a prime example would be Wikipedia. Different people edit, modify and organize the articles, collaboratively.
Ok thanks, i might install one........
I'm thinking of adding one to both of my sites, and maybe even on another small site I manage but I'm just not real sure yet
8D I plan to add wiki to my anime site in which users are able too post information about themselves and other members, moderated of course.
I pitched the idea of a wiki to the Nutella Forum staff, in hopes that it'll cover everything Nutella, and maybe food spreads in general.
They are excellent ways to keep users on a site, though. The feeling of giving something relatively significant to the site besides forum posting will also tighten the community, if moderated correctly. And, less work for YOU, as the administrator.
I so want to; main reason: I want to list the Nutella 'competitors'. 8D Plus that "What is Nutella?" thread was just perfect, so it could be used as an intro on a wiki. ;D