Focus on the quality of what you offer. Keep a clear picture of why your community exists in the first place and stick to it, don’t try too hard to be someone you’re not but at the same time, don’t keep yourself from experimenting either. Some of the things that people value in a community are interactions, connections, and content that they probably won’t find anywhere else. Make events happen, and try to do things that haven’t been done before. Initiate conversations, take part in them, ask questions, give answers. Engagement is one of the very important metrics for a successful community. Talk to people as much as you can. Invest in getting to know your community. The more you know them, the more you know what they need.To give you a head-start (or even just a gist of it), here’s a curated list of ways to add value in your community boiled down to the most important points.