Anthony Levy
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    • Eugene Sutula co-founder at http://webhive.co That's a great example of a community driven business. I remember their risk-free approach for reprinting designs - once some design gets enough requests from the community.

      The same goes for the first time printing - sponsored designs or designs that pass some vote get a chance to be printed.

      However I think with time their community got a bit worse with time.
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    • Eugene Sutula co-founder at http://webhive.co That's a great example of a community driven business. I remember their risk-free approach for reprinting designs - once some design gets enough requests from the community.

      The same goes for the first time printing - sponsored designs or designs that pass some vote get a chance to be printed.

      However I think with time their community got a bit worse with time.
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    Starting today, we are beginning our new series: #FanFavoriteFriday, which will feature of our favorite outstanding branded communities from around the web! To kick it off we'll start with the branded community experts at Harley-Davidson. If you're unfamiliar with their thriving community, you definitely need to check it out! http://bit.ly/1JDz4t2
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    What are the biggest problems you face as a community manager? What are some of the ways you have solved these difficult problems in the past?