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The about page for the Home Improvement site states that: The core of this site is around parts of your home that are typically included when you buy or sell it, the structure, utilities, and major appliances. Based on this summary, questions about cabinetry, hardwood flooring, molding, doors, and some power tools would likely overlap with Home ...


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Woodworking and Home Improvement are completely different disciplines. The DIY site is flooded with questions which is mostly irrelevant to woodworking which is why I support this new site. Just because you can hang cabinets, doesn't mean you can build them too.


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Some of the discussions about how to promote the Woodworking proposal are from several months ago. Ever since the community ads on diy.SE went live, the proposal got a big boost in followers and upvotes. A good way of tracking the momentum of a proposal is by checking out the "followers" graph on the proposal definition: As I said in my comment, I think we'...


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This DIY question asking should my first power saw be a circular or jig saw, would get a completely different answer, weeding out master carpenters from us mortals, as paprestreet states here: True woodworking ... is the most involved, demanding, grueling, rewarding endeavor anyone can undertake. It would take a lifetime to learn everything there is to ...


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I can think of a few easy ways to promote it: 1. Participate Remember, we each get five questions and five up-votes. There are plenty of good questions to vote on so make sure you use them all. 2. Tell your friends Sharing the site via twitter, facebook, etc. is easy enough. Publicize your woodworking hobby by making a short post about the proposal. ...


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Another great way is to share with your school. Or if you're a member of a homeschool co-op, share with your homeschool co-op. Make your "signature" on different forums or your email or your texting account have a like to this proposal. In some towns there are announcement boards. You could pin something up there like "Have you ever wanted your woodworking ...


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I would say to go ahead and try making a video, especially if you have the motivation and the time. We won't truly know whether it's a good idea until it's tried. I wouldn't bother with any logos or anything. Just put in the description that you're supporting/committed to Woodworking Q&A (with a link) and maybe how Q&As are so much more helpful than ...


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I incorporated the banner into this post at poker SE. I am also helping promote poker SE by mentioning it here.


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