but it will always more of a minority than the full forum as tech is not everyone's forte
I think a better strategy is to try at least try
to make it accessible to everyone.
Online communities work primarily due to a volume.
It is true that there is lots of reliance especially in this early stage on super users like you to create a framework on that basis I created stub page for all the parlours and agencies that I know of in the North West but I tried to keep the layout simple as possible so others can copy and paste without getting dizzy at the code to add to it.
I sent North Westerners a little quick PM with an exercise to edit their profile including the main code used on North West stub pages (bullet point, heading, embedded link), a total newbie to wiki managed to follow it and edit a page
that is a 100 times better then me having added it for him.
In my opinon the future is to get the mass of forum contributors registered even if they just add their own links for parlour agency reviews.
Re Dale Carnegie, as a word of advice to you being a "nice" guy is heavily overated, that was one thing I learnt from James999, like him I know how to agitate and incite to achieve specific objectives on here
and that is what I was doing (very well) when we last bumped into each other on the forum .... and since then North West has become a busier reviewing region then North East.