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Old 02-11-2012, 07:12 PM   #14
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Regarding Goodreads and using their forums, I think it can be helpful to write an introductory message on the profile pages of those who have recently accepted your friend requests.

People are fairly open to adding new friends but all those new friends can get lost in the mix if you don't introduce yourself at the onset.

Using the "compare books" button is a good way to establish "book compatability" and many members seem to have this as a criterion for friendship acceptance. So it helps to rate and add a bunch of books so that your tastes are established on the site.
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