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Dare I use the term marketing?  This site is great.  What do  you think is best as regarding as marketing the site?  My husband is a tinkerer and we are working on a retention system for rainwater for irrigation.  Should we document as we go and send in photos?   Thanks Sunny
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Marketing the site?

I think it would be neat if we had more people participating in the forums.  Get a good exchange going.  I kinda think the eco thing in seattle is a little weak right now.  All because people just aren't communicating much.  It seems there are lots of folks that want to get more involved and do more cool stuff (like workshops, presentations, etc.) and there are lots of people that are super knowledgable and willing to share, but they can't seem to get the word out. 

I think that if we had more traffic here, we would get more presenters connecting with more attendees, so there would be more cool stuff.  And that cool stuff would be better attended.

Is this the sort of thing you are talking about? 

Yes, put your pics up here and invite questions.  That's the sort of thing I turned on the "upload pics" thing for!

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