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Hello all! For Pulse, our brand = trust in our data. As part of building our brand further, do you currently trust the data and content you see on Pulse? What can we do to increase that trust?

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Pulse User

Because Pulse is a "safe space" community and the members need to have a certain role function (i.e. NOT sales), I personally feel that the data is high quality and genuinely trust it.

Pulse User

Hi Mayank -- this is quite a thought provoking question as I think about what companies do I trust? When I worked at Schwab back in the 90s, I trusted the company based on Chuck Schwab's value system. He was motivated to help the customer and not to make money. Help the customer first, and the money (revenue) takes care of itself. That was in stark contrast as to when I was on contract to Drexel Burnham prior to that -- think Wolf of Wall ST / Gordon Gekko. But your business model is so different and aligns more with the open source community. Open source is owned by the community for the community. Since you already empower the community, you're on the right track. However, take away that empowerment, and wave goodbye to trust.

Pulse User

There are few if any alternatives to the benefits of a curated, vetted, and crowdsourced community where the cost of participation requires nothing more than thoughtful and transparent contributions of experienced members.  "Trusted" content value should continue to grow exponentially as this community expands with the addition of knowledgeable leaders in tech.