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There isn't a general "one size fits all" reason, but there are several context-based reasons. User Benefits Empathy, Credibility & Confidence If a user can tell that somebody works in a similar space to them, has similar interests, skills, situations or concerns then they are more likely to consider their contributions to be worthwhile. A completed ...


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User benefit: some services create a situation where completing a profile addresses the user need. Here in Stack Exchange you get a badge after completing, so completing your user profile affects your status & exposure directly. Gamification has a plethora technics for that, Dave Alger is right. Product benefit: more complete the profiles are, more ...


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Short answer Don't worry about everyone using all the features, only the most important ones will. And be sure you're actually doing something for the user in exchange for their time and data. Long answer Here's a statistic from several years ago that illustrates the issue well: [by the end of 2009] about 80% of all Twitter users have tweeted fewer ...


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You also could: Save on the PC for every user (and a clean up if the account is not used for X time). Save on the database, but with a config entry for every PC (again, cleaning old PCs). So you have: Alice, at PC #1 Alice, at PC #2 Bob, at PC #2 Bob, at PC #4 …



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