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Online Community: How to Build One for Your Business?

Online Community: How to Build One for Your Business? | AtDotCom Social media |

Want to build a better online community? Then you need to focus on building a better company -- from the ground up! There are no easy shortcuts to the process. 

Via Mike Ellsworth
Mike Ellsworth's curator insight, June 27, 2013 2:40 PM

A quick, concise list of things to do to improve your online community. The major points are:


1. Set Some Goals

2. Build Your Community Offline

3. Build an Attractive Meeting Place

4. Integrate Your Social Media Efforts and Outreach

5. Improve Online Ranking Organically

6. Share the Value of Your Business Ideas with Others

7. Build Your Co-Marketing Team


For an extensive list of action steps for building community, see our exclusive Social Media Performance Group's Community Building Checklist ;

Mike Ellsworth's comment, September 10, 2013 1:13 PM
John and Dario, belated thanks for the rescoops. This post just got new legs via some tweets.
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Keri Jaehnig Talks About Facebook Stories on Curatti On Air

Keri Jaehnig Talks About Facebook Stories on Curatti On Air | AtDotCom Social media |
Facebook Stories have not yet been released for Facebook Pages. But that doesn’t mean businesses can’t benefit from thei

Via janlgordon
janlgordon's curator insight, June 9, 11:52 PM

In this latest video podcast interview on Curatti Keri Jaehnig, owner of Idea Girl Media, discusses how to effectively use Facebook Stories for your business.


Brand ambassadors can take advantage of Facebook Stories even though this is not yet available for Pages.


Use Facebook Stories to Build Your Brand


Facebook Stories are available on profiles for mobile users. I agree that in order to bring more visibility you need to take advantage of this powerful real-time video tool.


Jeahnig explains exactly what this feature can provide for your marketing.


Here's what caught my attention:


  • For anyone getting into live video Facebook Stories is a great tool to use. The earlier you get on board the farther ahead of the competition you will be.


  • A couple of ways to approach your audience is with industry news or showing them your work space. What you record depends on your niche and goals.


  • The human factor adds trust to your brand. You need to establish this as quickly as possible when building your business.


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