Benefits for the TeX Stack Exchange site
As institutional member, Stack Exchange Inc. could name eight TeX.SX members to get individual membership each. Each of those site members will:
Get access to the journal TUGboat, The Communications of the TeX Users Group. So they can be up to date with most recent developments in the TeX community, bringing that ...
If you actually find questions that are related to your package content, then you can fire an answering frenzy by mentioning you can also do this with <insert package name> and so on. Then I don't see why it should be a problem since we have loads of package authors answering questions with their own poison of choice. And it is a very very good thing ...
What can TeXample.net do for TeX Stack Exchange?
A banner on the main page and on the TikZ page, meaning: if you have questions about TikZ, go to TeX Stack Exchange to get an answer.
The TeXample TikZ gallery collects examples from TeX.SE and links prominently here.
The TeXample site lists TikZ question snippets from TeX.SE, via a tag feed collector, ...
Strange, mostly I use the site for the opposite use:
Don't use longtable
Longtable vs. supertabular: Which is right for which job?
Don't use xspace
Don't use tabularx
Alignment in tabularx environment
Column width table in tabularx environment
I have already started designing T-Shirts and Stickers for some of the SE2.0 communities.
For example: Gaming, Programmers, English etc. I'll try to finish up the swag design for all of our graduated communities this month.
We'll send out a free swag package to the top users(first 2 pages, sorted by rep). We will also have the T-shirts and stickers ...
I think we should make an effort to bring down the number of unanswered questions before our birthday. There's plenty of questions where answers haven't been upvoted and the OP hasn't returned since asking to accept the answer. But I'm sure lurking in that list are some questions that we can find answers to!
Also, if there are questions with answers on the ...
Sounds good to me, this would certainly attract a number new users and readers to tex.sx. I have no idea if there's more money to spend, but we could certainly offer a Community Promotion Ad, since detexify doubtlessly is something "your community would genuinely be interested in" (ibid.). Seeing the high number of symbol-related questions, keeping detexify ...
Quality is attractive, make it public visible. If have a blog, write about excellent questions and answers on the site, quality is attractive. You could even post a story on hacker news, reddit, or stumbleupon. Share links to great questions.
Seeing an own difficult question answered here, is attractive. If you notice that a TeX hacker raises a question via ...
From seeing the discussions on the LateX mailing lists in the past, I think the discussion on the river detection algorithm and defining their badness is a subject that might be of interest to TeXperts. There's no definitive answer just yet, but they might be interested in participating.