Archive | April, 2010

30 April 2010 ~ 4 Comments

Online Community Links Roundup 30/04/10

A roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 30th of April 2010.

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16 April 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Online Community Links Roundup 16/04/10

Unfortunately, there isn’t a links roundup for the week ending 9th of April 2010 as I am currently on holiday. I promise you a special bumper edition next Friday top make up for it. In the meantime, here’s something to keep you occupied: Play Games at AddictingGames [photo by auburnxc]

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09 April 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Online Community Links Roundup 09/04/10

A roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 9th of April 2010.

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09 April 2010 ~ 11 Comments

8 ways to build trust in your Social Media or Branded Online Community

Trust is the most important aspect of a successful online community. As a Community Manager, how do you go about building and nurturing trust? Find out.

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07 April 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Your Community Manager is not a glorified marketeer: Value trust

The most important aspect of running a successful community is growing and maintaining your participants’ trust in you as their Community Manager and in the Brand you are working for. Find out why.

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02 April 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Online Community Links Roundup 02/04/10

Here is the roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 2nd of April 2010. Enjoy! Fundraising From Online Communities Practical examples of the Collaboration Funnel model for teams, communities, and networks Forums Are Everywhere and Here to Stay, So Skip the Tools Discussion and Focus [...]

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02 April 2010 ~ 10 Comments

How to increase your Twitter followers and referrals over 50% by running a giveaway

Over the course of March 2010, we ran a daily giveaway on Twitter for two of our brands. Our goals were to increase our followers and raise engagement with the content we broadcast on Twitter. Laura Murphy managed this initiative throughout and did a great job, providing us with real insight into what worked and [...]

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