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How should a member get the option to become a moderator?

There are many ways you can decide on who becomes a moderator on your site(s). Wait until the site has been up and running for a while and see which users have been the most helpful around the place, ...
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What to do in relation to temporary emails

On Stack Exchange we have found that in general (though not exclusively) users with throwaway e-mail addresses are not the sort of users you want on a serious, professional site. While there may be ...
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How to organize a solution to a problem in my local community?

Couple thoughts. Post a local ad asking for community volunteers to help with a cleanup. However, homework has to be done because you need to consider the safety of the volunteers as well as how to ...
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Community platform - How to trigger interaction with e-commerce developers?

Know your target audience. Meaning, use proper tools, community design, and interaction methods for the audience. For example, if it's going to be primarily used by English-speaking members (at least ...
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What are the alternatives to using Meetup.com for managing an in-person community?

I'm not sure if you have a budget for an online community software, but it sounds like you might be at a point where you can start looking into them. In a previous role, I managed online user groups ...
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How should a member get the option to become a moderator?

I would create a Form that Moderators can apply to :) You also could provide a little "Test" for the Mods to see if they are worth it :)
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