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Top Online Community Management Posts for the Week of August 16, 2015

Written by Joshua Paul | on August 21, 2015 at 8:20 AM | 3 minute read

The Top Ten for the Week of August 16, 2015

Pour yourself another cup of coffee and catch up on this week's most useful online community management and customer engagement advice.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Online Community

Recognition, Rewards and Gamification for Volunteer Programs

Written by Andy Steggles | on August 20, 2015 at 3:35 PM | 2 minute read

Any volunteer program or system should be easy to use for staff and volunteers alike. Whether you are creating opportunities or joining events and completing tasks, the process needs to feel seamless and keep volunteers coming back for more. This is where recognition, rewards and gamification techniques come in.

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Topics: Volunteer Management, Online Community Management, Online Community, Marketing Automation

How Private Member Communities Create Value For Your Association Members

Written by Joshua Paul | on August 20, 2015 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

We have been involved with ASAE, the "association of association executives," for over 12 years. During this period, we have come across countless resources that inform and shape our approach to online communities. 

Their latest publications are no exception. ASAE Press recently published The Demand Perspective: Leading from the Outside In by Anna Caraveli, PhD.

The book investigates the deficit that exists within a lot of associations when it comes to membership management. Caraveli interviewed over 40 association leaders that were struggling to define their association's role in constantly evolving, and often unforgiving, markets. Every association had the same goals and questions.

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Topics: Associations, Online Community

New Community Managers: What You Need to Know

Written by Caitlin Struhs | on August 19, 2015 at 8:30 AM | 2 minute read

Guest blogger Nicole Yates is the Director of Membership and Registration at the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Launched NSBE's first community in May 2015, Nicole offers up some great advice for new community managers.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Online Community

Quick Tip: The Golden Rule of Creating a Successful Online Community

Written by Paul Schneider on August 19, 2015 at 8:01 AM | 2 minute read

In our day-to-day conversations with our customers and organizations considering launching an online community, one of the questions we hear most often is:

"What do I need to do to create a successful online community?"

So today, I'm going to tell you my golden rule. I call it "the three P's of successful online communities."

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Topics: Online Community Management, Online Community

Three Must-Attend Conferences for Online Community Managers This Fall

Written by Katie Oakes on August 18, 2015 at 8:45 AM | 3 minute read

As the summer rolls to a close, those of us interested in online community management and strategy are watching our inboxes fill up with conference invitations. While we would love to sign up for them all, we do have a day job to keep up with.

So which ones should you register for and which ones should you cut? The selection process can be tricky and frustrating, so check out this fall's three best online community-focused events (in the order they appear on our Outlook calendars).

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Is Your Community Changing with the Times?

Written by Maddie Grant | on August 17, 2015 at 9:00 AM | 2 minute read

Today’s “new normal” involves continuous change, which is something the Millennial generation has simply come to expect. But those of us who are older and running things inside associations (including our online communities) have always tried to build things that last. We like consistency. We like things to stay the same. This is a challenge.

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Topics: Millennials, Associations, Member Communities, Volunteer Management, Online Community

How Well Do You Know Your Organization's Volunteers?

Written by Andy Steggles | on August 14, 2015 at 9:00 AM | 2 minute read

Your organization might have members lining up for volunteering opportunities, with event positions always overbooked for help and community discussions and blogs bursting at the seams. But if you are like the average organization, you struggle to gather and redirect your members into volunteer buckets that best suit individual needs and skill sets.

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Topics: Volunteer Management, Online Community

The Must-Read Online Community Management Resources for the Week of August 9, 2015

Written by Joshua Paul | on August 14, 2015 at 8:49 AM | 3 minute read

The Top Ten for the Week of August 9, 2015

If you're like me, you use the quiet mornings of the weekend to catch up on some of the interesting articles, videos, and podcasts that came across your social feeds during the week.

Allow us to help! We've compiled this week's best online community management and customer experience articles from around the web just for you.

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Designing Online Communities: Will History Repeat Itself?

Written by Ben Rossell | on August 13, 2015 at 2:00 PM | 2 minute read

Sure, no one has figured out teleportation or traveling at light speed, but it has still been interesting to see many of the technologies in old sci-fi movies and shows like Star Trek transition from fantasy to reality. Cell phones, digital tablets and video chat were all futuristic technologies that have now been actualized.

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Topics: Community Platforms & Updates, Online Community

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