Business.gov Community Hits 15,000 Members and Celebrates Two Super Contributors
by JimD, Former Moderator
- Created: October 20, 2010, 1:59 pm
The Business.gov Community hit over 15,000 members early
last week. This marks a great milestone
for Business.gov and the Open Government Initiative.
President Barak Obam;s first executive action was the Open
Government Memorandum. It calls for the government to be transparent,
participatory, and collaborative. When
the Business.gov community launched in early 2009, it quickly became a way for
small business owners to collaborative with each other and the government.
Registered members increased three fold in the past year, growing an average of
30 members a day.
Not only has the Community grown to over 15,000, but two
have earned the rank of Super Contributor. Members receive ranks based on
number of logins, number of posts, and overall time online.
Number of Posts
Number of Logins
Number of Minutes Online
When phanio was asked why he continues to regularly
participant in the Community, he sai-.
and like to share that knowledge. Heaven only knows that we as a nation
could do nothing but benefit for more and more small businesses and this is my
way of doing my part'
The Business.gov is grateful for his and BizResearche's
continued participation in the Community.
From finding information on SBA loans programs, registering
a business, hiring employees to learning from othe's experiences, the
Business.gov Community provides potential, current, and retired small business
owners a platform. If you have't already, join the community to participate and
collaborate with other members and the government.
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