A heartfelt thanks for your support as a reader and sharer of this blog, and a run down of the 15 most popular articles about Community Management for 2011. Happy New Year!
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As I research new thought on online community management and connect with community managers around the globe, I come across an increasing number of practitioners. When Twitter launched their Lists functionality, I thought I’d put it to good use and keep track of all these people in one place. At this early stage, I don’t [...]
A heartfelt thanks for your support as a reader and sharer of this blog, and a run down of the 15 most popular articles about Community Management for 2010. Happy New Year!
I’ve just finished reading eModeration’s new white paper: Communities of Purpose for which I contributed, and as well as adding it to the Community Management Resources page, I wanted to share a few thoughts about it.
Thanks to 180 Community Managers from all over the world, I can publish the result of the first survey into whether certain astrological signs are more likely to be drawn to a career in community management than others. Enjoy!
I’ve just finished reading Mark Ralea’s translation of his successful German eBook “Community Management 2010“, and as well as adding it to the Community Management Resources page, I wanted to share a few thoughts about it.
I’ve published a list of people who blog about Community Management, as well as some agencies who can help develop Community Management, Social Media and Moderation solutions. I will be updating it from time to time with new finds, and of course feel free to comment on the page with any suggestions you might have. [...]
Using Arthur Klepchukov’s great Foursquare Yahoo Pipe to sniff out special offers, I’ve cloned one for London users. Read on…
Given that I’ve spent the best part of the past two hours trying to set up a working synchronisation between Mozilla Thunderbird, Remember The Milk and Google Calendar, I thought I’d celebrate by sharing my successful setup with anyone who might be looking for a reasonably reliable solution. First of course, you’ll need a copy [...]