Looking at some of my various Quaker sites and thinking about how to kick-start some more outreach with younger seekers. Quakerquaker.org, my most prominent community site, actually gets around half the visitors of my quakerranter.org blog and has an audience that skews quite a bit older.
Quakerquaker.org: 509 weekly people, median age: 50+ (quantcast.com/quakerquaker.org)
Quakerranter.org: 962 weekly people, media age 18-34 (quantcast.com/quakerranter.org)
"Quaker Outreach: Am I Crazy Here" (http://bit.ly/13xOjG) explains why I think our outreach efforts should be focused on the 18-35 year old demographic and be largely web based. "The Not So Young Quakers" (http://bit.ly/2SG82) is more recent update. "Quaker Testimonies as Our Collective Wisdom Wiki" (http://bit.ly/pfN3a) is a video from last November that someone recently thought might a useful approach for younger Friends. If all this isn't enought the quakerranter.org/outreach category is bursting with posts.
For those confused about my multiplicity of sites, quakerranter.org is the oldest blog of mine still in existence (I've sold nonviolence.org). It had kid pictures, kid pictures and a "links blog" of interesting Quaker things I had found on the net that day. The links blog evolved into quakerquaker.org, the random "life stream" blog function is being handled by quackquack.org (a tumblr.com powered site).