Why stay in an online community?

Yesterday I created Tiger Farm on the Flickr community site and I added myself into the Hot or Not list of people to be rated.

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Today, do I care? I am curious.
Did anyone look at my photos?
Do people think I am hot or not?

One person did look at some of my photos. 3 people clicked on my Flickr link. I guess I am not a hot photographer, I will keep my day job working for Sun.
I do like surfing Flickr for world photos. And I am glad I can give something back to the community.

On HotorNot.com, Over a 24 hour period, I was rated by 17 people.
The recent photo of me was rated by 6 people, ratings from 3 to 8. This is not enough to get a general rating.
The photo of me when I was 24, has general rating of 7.3.
Conclusion, some think I fine, some don't. It is kind of fun.
I made my recent photo my primary photo for rating. Tomorrow I will check again and see how that photo rates.

Wanting to stay in a community requires constant feedback. The community and web site features of Flickr and HotOrNot.com, both offer this.
For the community to give me feedback, it is as easy for them to give me feedback, all they need do is click on a link to see my content, then click on a button or thumb nail image. It's that easy!

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