04 March 2011 ~ 1 Comment

Online Community Management Links Roundup 04/03/11

Round Up

Here is the roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 4th of March 2011. Enjoy!

When Being Helpful Isn’t Helpful (to your community)

Private or Not?

How to Keep Your First 1,000 Users

Communities – Legacy Platforms And Structures Can Hamper Community Building

6 Things NOT to Do On Facebook As a Brand

People do not want to create content for your brand

Troll or Provocateur?

Live from a Community Manager’s Inbox

The Community Manager & The Hierarchy of Buying

Tips for managing an online customer community

A fine example of What Not To Do as a community manager

Are Community Managers Becoming Obsolete?

Social Learning vs. Communities of Practice

I’ve Banned the Top Poster on My Forums and I’d Do it Again

Social Media: staying the right side of the law and the extended UK Cap code

Dealing with conflict between a community and its manager

Communities – Regularly Review Your Strategy

Rich Millington’s Masterclasses on Community Management: No.4 – Money to be made?

Communities – Become A User To Gain Perspective

Community Management is the New Black

Dru Lavigne: Confessions of a community manager

Community management vs. online customer service

10 Community Manager Tools You Might Not Know

Moderating Online Communities: The SEE Method

Be Irresistible: Grow with the Community Who Loves to Tell Your Best Story

The Future of Community

Striking Online Community Content Gold

Long-Term Growth

Communities – Focus On The Newbies

What is the Best Forum Software? The Definitive Answer

Testing Facebook Pages: the new profanity filter – how it works.

Community Management Fundamentals – Where Do I Start?

Did you find any other great article about Community Management this week that I missed? Let me know in the comments!

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  • http://www.managingcommunities.com Patrick O’Keefe

    Thanks for the mentions, Blaise!

    Patrick