• Average lurkers (members who do not post): 96.61%
  • Average Active (members who post > 2 times in a month): 0.62%
  • Average Mildly Active (members who post one or two times): 2.35%
  • Average of members who post anything at all: 2.97%
  • Average lurkers (members who do not post): 96.99%
  • Average Active (members who post > 2 times in a month): 0.75%
  • Average Mildly Active (members who post one or two times): 2.26%
  • Average of members who post anything at all: 3.01%
  1. 308, 52, 5
  2. 589, 72, 11
  3. 557, 60, 7
  4. 635, 68, 14
  5. 416, 27, 4
  6. 476, 45, 9
  7. 847, 70, 5
  8. 805, 119, 19
  9. 384, 33, 2
  10. 475, 69, 3
  1. Twitter Discussion and subsequent SIKM Discussion
  2. Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality by Clay Shirky
  3. 90:9:1 — the odd ratio that technology keeps creating by Charles Arthur
  4. Is it true that over 50% of all edits on Wikipedia are done by the 524 most active users? in Quora
  5. 1% rule in Wikipedia
  6. Community Management: The 90–9–1 Rule is Dead by Sam Fiorella
  7. Ripples of influence in a CoP, moving through the 90–9–1 rule by Ewen Le Borgne
  8. The 1% rule and why it still matters by Ramy Khuffash
  9. Where is Everybody? The 90–9–1 Rule Explains Where Your Blog Audience Hides by Dani Finklestien
  10. Is the 1% rule dead? The BBC thinks so, but it’s wrong by Bobbie Johnson
  11. The 90–9–1 Rule, Forums, and Social Media by Adriaan Bloem
  12. The 90–9–1 Rule in Reality by Michael Wu
  13. Is the 1% Rule Still Relevant? by Kevin Spidel
  14. The 90–9–1 Rule: Dead, Different, or a Distraction? by Crystal Coleman
  15. Mapping Power Law Distributions in Digital Health Social Networks: Methods, Interpretations, and Practical Implications by Trevor van Mierlo, Douglas Hyatt, and Andrew T Ching
  16. Community by the Numbers, Part III: Power Laws by Christopher Allen
  17. The 90–9–1 Collaboration Paradox: Org’s Should Aim To Reverse It by Dan Pontefract
  18. Leveraging the 1% rule by John Stepper
  19. Lurkers are learners: new approaches to understanding participation by Catherine Shinners
  20. Why Lurkers Lurk by Blair Nonnecke and Jenny Preece
  21. Ten Principles for Managing the 90–9–1 phenomenon for online community engagement by Crispin Butteriss
  22. Other resources
  23. Presentation version of this article

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