Still on the fence about joining us and the rest of the Higher Logic Community for Super Forum this October? We know it happens every year, but every year is different and exciting. Here are six reasons that should convince you to attend Super Forum this year!
1. Four great keynote speakers.
Usually we only have two keynote speakers, but this year we’re bringing you four. All are thought leaders in online community management and each has a unique perspective and expert insight. Learn about growing your community, how psychology works in an online community and how to leverage communities to build a better organization.
2. Five “tracks” to choose from, for newbies to Higher Logic veterans.
Whether you’re interested in online community management, better engagement and marketing tactics, you’re new to Higher Logic or you’ve been with us for years, we have a slew of stimulating sessions to attend.
3. Countless awesome breakout sessions.
Ever wonder what it’s like being the community manager of a giant online community like Tumblr? Hear from Elizabeth Tobey, Director of Community Management for Tumblr, on the evolution of community management. She brings with her 10 years of community experience! Also on the docket are Brian Vellemure, executive, writer and speaker, on leveraging communities to drive better member experience and Mark Levin, president of BAI Inc., who will speak about member journey mapping.
Join us for our welcome reception at the new Highline RXR bar and restaurant in Crystal City. Meet in person the people you know online!
5. Private (FREE!) consulting time with Higher Logic staff.
Want to talk shop with a member of the Orange Army? Look out for the sign up sheet (coming soon) to reserve a time to speak one-on-one with a program manager or executive.
6. Group discounts.
Now that we’ve convinced you to join us at the HUG Super Forum, bring four or more people and receive a group discount!
Fired up and can’t wait for another Super Forum and all the super content that comes with it? While you're patiently waiting, check out our Resources page and our Blog to brush up on your community management tips and questions for October
See you in October!