Does your community give people a chance to be good?

03/11/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Social Media

Online communities thrive because the vast majority of people are naturally good and altruistic, writes Andy Sernovitz. To help your community flourish, Sernovitz argues, you simply need to trust the crowd and let the positive, pro-social majority drown out the handful of bad eggs. "The more you can embrace these natural human tendencies the better odds you'll have of creating something meaningful," he writes.

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