Growth - Engagement

  • jul 2010
  • Irene
  • 2042
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Dossier: Communitymanagement

Pagina uit de wiki. Eigenlijk bedoeld als tips om aan deelnemers van een community mee te geven, maar ik vind het zelf erg goede tips voor de community manager! 

  1. Message three people you haven't spoken with in some time, just to catch up
  2. Scan a few community profiles for updates in the member directory, and comment on 2-3 that are particularly interesting to you
  3. Use "Recent Activity" in your contacts profiles to see what your contacts have done, read or published recently
  4. "Send message" thank you or congratulations note to someone
  5. Request a connection from someone in the directory. Make it short, but return the connection. You'd be surprised how often these turn into something more valuable.
  6. Give someone an unsolicited recommendation in a social network they subscribe to, like LinkedIn (This shouls be listed in their profile)
  7. Scan your blog RSS feed, and forward 1-3 articles to people you think will find them interesting or valuable
  8. Invite someone to lunch today. You have to eat anyway. If they say no, they're happy you asked. If they say yes, you get a valuable chance to reconnect.
  9. Thank someone for the hard work they did yesterday, and copy their manager if sent via email, or better post it as a blog in an informal channel.
  10. Send an email meeting request to someone you've always wanted to meet, asking for a quick phone call or coffee. Do this daily, and the response rate will be better than zero.
  11. Last of all don't build a dull community, make it fun. Here are a few tips on how to do just that.
Growth - Engagement

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