On the site, the revolutionaries used poetry laced with revolutionary references to gauge support and make initial contact.
Then they had detailed follow-up conversations via text message and Yahoo Messenger.
When the church or anything becomes too broad in appeal then the message has to become diluted and inoffensive, leading to apathy and decline in the long run.
What, I hear you ask, has all this got to do with the Online Dating Industry?
However people who subscribe to a niche are by definition more prepared to communicate over greater distances to find someone who’s into the same things.Also don’t underestimate the willingness of people in a niche to communicate over great distances and borders.The initial members you brought in aren’t lost, they are used to communicating on the site and when their free membership expires the conversion to paid of this group is very high.When I was growing up in the 70’s it was still very much the done thing to go to Church on Sunday, the audience was much larger.However, was the high attendance due to social requirement to be there or were they really committed Christians.