Choose players that suit the clan's goals ie; social, gaining trophies, top 50, troop donation etc.Choose elders with caution, don't be too hasty to promote members.Respect all members of the clan, including yourself!
Be prepared to donate troops, it is an integral part of belonging to a clan.Find out which troops your fellow clan members prefer and do your best to oblige.Choose players with the same timezones to prevent an inactive guild in such time.
Nurture the lower level members of your clan, give them advice and help them to develop as a player.Kick disruptive/offensive members, sure give them a chance to see what they are about but if they constantly go against the grain of the clan and upset valued clan members, kick them out!
Thanks your clan members for the troops that they donate to you and when you donate to them and they say thanks just say no problem, after all it's just common courtesy.
Don't use elder promotion as a recruiting tool, you'll more than likely only attract players you'd rather avoid.
Make your clan description clear and to the point, it's all potential members have to gauge what your clan is about when looking to join.
To increase your member numbers consider using the 'anyone can join' status for your clan and the 'invite only' or 'closed' status if your clan is full or nearing 50 members.
Add your friends into your own clan to help nurture the amount of members in your clanIf your clan is on 'Anyone can Join' and has reached 45 members, your clan won't be able to be advertised on the 'Join Clan' tab, so it's best to turn your clan to 'Invite Only' when your clan turns into 45 members.
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