I am planning on making a community for people who are studying for a certain exam.
People can ask questions on difficult topics, testing experiences, and career advice for people who have passed the exam or people interested in the career.
My community will be naturally divided a few types of common posts/peoples.
-people who have passed
-people who ask questions
-people who like to give advice
Over time, I feel as though the best responses/posts will become referred to in the community to prevent redundant posts and to share the best ones to newer members. Is this possible that it slows down sign up rates and activity on the forum if the posts reach a point of efficiency where users dont need to create new posts?
I ask this because I can see a career person making a great post about career advice, and a certain post becoming the go to post on this topic, thus slowing down user activity on the forum.
My goal is to build up the user base and then monetize the site somehow maybe with either:
Any thoughts on redundant post part?