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Celebrating 1 Million Cisco Community Members

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dbrittin
Community Manager

Cisco Community—You rock!  banner_1MillionMember_400x333px.png

Hey Cisco Community, it’s time to celebrate YOU! This strong community just surpassed more than one million registered members who are learning together and sharing insights in eight languages.  

Your company relies on you to solve some incredibly perplexing challenges. They look to you for informed recommendations and decisions. Whatever the scenario, you’ve learned that the content and, most importantly, the people in Cisco Community are here for you just like you’re there for them—ready, willing and able to help. You ARE Cisco Community! 

 “ …[Cisco] community is the best investment [of my time] I have done in my life. The more I give my time, [the more] I am getting back.” 

 So how impactful is your participation? On average, more than three million people visit the community every quarter, viewing 15 million pages. These pages include more than thirty-five thousand discussions and replies where knowledge leaders like yourself share experiences and ideas. 

 “… questions on Cisco forums gives me the opportunity to investigate issues that I would not encounter otherwise.” 

 But Cisco Community isn’t really about page views and post volume. These are just guideposts, validating what we already know to be true: Cisco Community members are special, not only because they have an incredible wealth of knowledge, but they also care enough to take the time to share their expertise. If there is a member that has helped you within the community, take a moment to thank them by @mentioning them in the comments. 

 “This was a really good and helpful page that directed me to a network resolution rather quickly.”  

There are so many stories out there of those who have received tremendous value through Cisco Community. Check out some stories here:

One million Cisco Community members and growing! Wow, it’s truly time to celebrate. Join us for more fun, like the scavenger hunt starting September 27th. Learn more here!

Stay tuned to hear more—the celebration has just begun! 

Denise Brittin

Manager, Global Cisco Communities

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Thabo Makhele
Rising star

It feels great to be one in a million. I do not know what exactly that expression really means, so to put it lithely ! With Cisco you are not just a number you are a building block to a larger community of like-minded people across the globe. Cisco is like a parent to many of us, when we have problems dealing with issues outside we know where to run for a good and authentic advice. Being born and raised in South Africa which has 11 official languages, the recent unrest brought fear to many of us, since we not all proficient in all 11 languages i personally found myself skipping my Cisco Academy python  lessons to learn Spanish because i was a minute away from to skipping the Country. All is well now we are approaching the summer season, we had a bad winter season in South Africa. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers.

AhmedSalama9797
Beginner

Perfect, that's great to hear, keep it up 

Zainjafar
Beginner

Congratulations to me for part of this community

inderdeeps
Enthusiast

@dbrittin This is one of the strongest and the largest community i ever seen. Congratulations to all the members !

Otoum
Beginner

Congratulations the achievement .. Keep going

Monica Lluis
Community Manager

Hearty Congratulations to our community member @alexandre.araujo number 1,000,000. We are happy you've joined the community!

Kristof.Tutenel
Beginner

Congratulations!

Guney G.
Beginner

wow. That's a huge. Congatulations. And happy to be a membber of this thing.

Vitthal Thutte
Beginner

Congratulation to every one. It is very special to be part of the community.

Wisekingsolo
Beginner

Am happy to be in this community thanks. 

Hello Friends...

 

 

wesleyribeiro
Beginner

I would like to thank the community that always unity and proll to share knowledge , I learned a lot from you ladies and gentlemen and I hope to have contributed with everyone in the community to share my knowledge .

How can you explain OSI model

 

kavinduuamayanga
Beginner

NICE

 

plongino
Beginner

Congrats to everyone