In my experience there are always members who are looking for ways to make the communities they frequent better, but don't always know exactly how to help. Here is a list of things that you, as members, can do to help TCZ grow. Be Active Within The Community! Start discussions of your own. We have forums for just about everything in the hobby, and even an off-topic forum for random discussions. Join other forum discussions. People browsing the forum are more likely to join if there appear to be plenty of discussions going. Answer other member's questions. New members are more likely to come back if they find the help they're looking for the first time. Tell us all about the latest packs and boxes you're opening, cards you've bought, or boxes you've busted. Like other member's posts. Use Good, Descriptive, Thread Titles If you're looking for help, you're more likely to get it with a good thread title. A thread titled "HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" isn't going to get as many quality replies as the exact same thread titled "How Much is This Card Worth?", or "How Should I Ship Certain Cards". Threads with more descriptive titles are more likely to be looked at and replied to. Something such as "Will Upper Deck Replace Redemptions" or "How Long Should I Wait On a Redemption" are much better than just "Redemptions". Think about what someone might type in a search engine because the title you choose is what the search engine users will see first. Spread The Word Tell your friends. Follow us, or tweet about us, on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. Link to us from your own blog, or website. Mention us on your eBay profile page, or in your auctions.