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Learn the mistakes most organizations make when developing their online communities and how to avoid them. This article will also explain the key elements of successful online communities and how you can get started developing your online community.
Why do so many community founded by amateurs succeed whilst professionals fail? What is the difference? This article will explain the single most important secret to developing an online community. If you get this right, you will be well on your way to success.
Most branded communities are doomed before they even begin. Over the years Richard has developed this simple checklist to follow. Every client he works with with must pass this checklist, or he wont work with them. This checklist is one of Richard’s most valuable resources.
Have you ever struggled to get your boss (or your organization) to support your community efforts? This article will explain why and what you can do to gain their support.
Most community managers are merely average and have little idea of the theory which underpins their work. This article aims to provide you with great resources to become a world-class community manager. If you follow this article and read the resources, you will be a much better community manager.
Increasing activity in an online community is one of the hardest tasks facing any community manager. It’s easy to provoke a short blip of activity, but it’s much harder to sustainably increase the level of activity. This article will explain how you can do it.
For too long the wrong community managers have been hired for the wrong reasons. This article aims to change that. This article will explain what to look for when you’re hiring a community manager for your organization. It covers the skills, knowledge and experience they need.
How do you convert more newcomers into regular members of your community? This is a problem many top community managers struggle with. In this article I share five golden rules for optimizing your newcomer-to-regulars ratio
The difference between an audience and a community is the relationships members have with each other. An audience has a relationship with you; a community has relationships with each other. Too many community managers have developed audiences, not communities. This article will explain how you can develop a community.