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, 2007 ; Nonnecke & Preece, 2000 ). Nonnecke and Preece (2000) were particularly interested in trying to outline “lurkers”. They discussed the difficulty of making a distinction between posting and lurking and how we conceptually should draw the line between the two. If someone posts in a certain period and not in others, or if they post once and never again, should they count as lurkers? They chose to define lurkers as users who have “either no posts or some minimal number of posts over a period of time” ( Nonnecke & Preece, 2000 : 2), finding that the percentage