When people ask what the next big thing in social media will be, they’re usually looking for an ascendant platform that will supplant Facebook the way Facebook supplanted MySpace or they’re expecting a feature set, such as geo-location or group...
The definition of a community has evolved tremendously and will continue to evolve in the future. Communities can be private or public, behind or in front of a paywall, professionally or independently run.
Have you ever been a part of a community and wondered, “How does it all happen?” Well today is your lucky day! In the spirit of TAGFEE, I've decided to lift the Moz hood and show you what it takes to manage a large community.
FeverBee is a consultancy dedicated to helping organizations develop successful online communities. We have worked with some of the largest organizations tackling an array of internal and external facing communities.
1. You must have a community manager. You absolutely must have someone who wakes up worrying about your community every morning. 2. Your community must have a purpose. Your community must have a purpose that matters to the people you’re...
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