This guide is for people who have trouble recruiting good players.
Face it, at this point in the game it is quite hard to find players that will help the clan reach its goals. Need help? Well, first off don't be too ambitious, but don't be too desperate either. Letĺs start off with the mistakes...
a. The most common mistake most leaders make is having the QUANTITY matter more than the
QUALITY. As in, the leader could be in a gold league I, and they would do EVERYTHING
to get ANY members in a clan, such as: people who started 5 minutes ago. Not that
there are anything wrong with new players, but make sure to get players who WILL HELP
THE CLAN PROGRESS. With that said..
II. Set some requirements.
a. Put the requirements in the description (ex: archers lv4+). This indicates that
players must be town hall 7 to join the clan. By doing this, it will eliminate the
hesitation to accept or invite players just because the clan needs to be filled.
b. Active, mature, loyal, and avid donors. Don't take any less! A good member needs to
know what he/she can and cannot contribute.
These requirements are good to start a clan, modify them within your level of game play. REMEMBER, QUALITY OVER QUANTITY. Meaning, don't invite players who will drag the clan down.
III. Where to get the members?
a. Every player who has been in a clan knows global chat is the way to go! Why? Cause
there are many clan-less players out there who are looking for a worthy clan. So,
hit up the global chat once in a while and look for some good members.
b. League. Look at the league, scroll for clan-less players, and look at their base.
Satisfied? Invite them!
c. Internet! Clash of Clans Facebook page perhaps? Maybe even this site, a YouTube
video? DOOOO EHHHHT!!! Although, make sure to NOT post it on a place where it's not
meant to advertise a clan. Be wise, doing this could make people STAY AWAY from the
clan that is advertised.
IV. How to know the player is worthy?
a. Look at their base, if theyĺre rushing town hall, try to stay away from them. If
theyĺre taking their time, trust this guide, they are pretty worthy.
b. Level. Although, level does not mean anything, it definitely indicates how long a
player has been playing, which means they are most likely to contribute to the clan.
c. How they chat and interact with other members, it definitely shows how professional
they can be, so be observant!
Thatĺs pretty much it, set a good image for the clan and maintain it, and it will slowly but surely grow!
Remember, people come and goů donĺt give up too easily. Good luck and clash on!!!