Real community blossoms when members care about one another, help each other, and become invested in each other’s success.
It’s up to us as community leaders to make sure we’re giving our most deserving members opportunities to step up and shine. They’ll come through more often than not, if we’re building our communities the right way.
Did you realize that the majority of the members in most online communities will be inactive? In this post, learn how to think about and handle these inactive members.
Earlier this week, the community manager in a new community I’m a part of asked me an important question. Here’s how I answered it. How would you answer it?
A few sections of Amanda Gorman’s poem “The Hill We Climb” are applicable to the work we’re doing as community builders and leaders.
Your initial mindset when choosing a community platform needs to be all about the behaviors you want to establish with your members, and choosing the best platform to facilitate those behaviors.