Creating & Hosting a Group  

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7/5/2006 11:47 am

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Creating & Hosting a Group

Hello AdultFriendFinder members and 4F_Club members. I'm going to leak a little more information on the intricates of creating and hosting a group.

To start a group of your own is pretty simple. All you have to do is create a profile, however, making your group successful is the task at hand.

You have to come with a theme. I've seen groups that are primarily a steady group of men that are "Maintenance Men" there to serve women and house wives, groups that are into gay play, groups that are primarily for women play. Yes, they are broad subjects, however, they all have a certain theme that makes the intended persons return for a second or third time.

Secondly, is the name. The name has to be adequate to the theme. For example, if you are a group of men, I'm sure that you are not looking for men unless your theme is gay play, so the name should have some significance to the guys in your group. In summary, keep it professional and don't try to lead potential members to believe you are about one thing, and when they read on, its totally different.

Thirdly, ensure that your group is certified through AdultFriendFinder and have pics to keep your members intrigued. That is the best thing you can do to keep your members and make new ones. Once you have a few parties, the word of mouth gets out, and BOOM, you're now in the loop.

People by nature like to find something that works for them and stick with it. The more grounded and professional your group is, the more members you will have.

Lastly, have a partner(s)that can run your group while you are not there, and if expanding you can trust to uphold your group's image.

These four things have made my group very successful throughout the US. I am actually opening my first actual 4F_Club in the next couple of years. Maybe I will see some of you there.

Stay in touch, my next blog will be on hosting a successful party.........AL

Hard_Lovin_Man


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