06 January 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Online Community Management Links Roundup 06/01/12

Round Up

Here is the roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved or retweeted for the holiday period ending 6th of January 2012. Enjoy!

Customer Engagement and Insight Top Social Media Benefits

Customers Expect Great Online Support, Quickly

Six Geese a’ Layin: Reviews & Community Development

Case study: Charles Schwab online community

Interview with Evan of the Slow Nerve Action Hoop.la community

Business: Community Advocates: Your Secret Weap…

How to Increase Participation in Your Twitter Chat or Any Online Community

7 Tips for Stellar Social Media Community Management

Social Media & Associations: Moving Forward by Getting Back to the Basics

Prioritizing Discussion: Why Community Is as Critical as Content

Selling is dead. The Customer Community killed it.

The Impressive Power of a Stranger’s Advice

New Restrictions on Social Networking Sites in Beijing, China

The Six Hats of a Community Manager

The Seventh Hat of a Community Manager: UX Design

Communities – Building For B2B

Examples of live-tweeting government meetings

Why I Am Excited About Community Manager Training

How to Build a Branded Online Community [Quick Tips]

The Elusiveness of the Community Manager

Community Management Education (and Certs) a Sound Investment –Yet Experience Trumps All

5 Expert Lessons For Building Your Blog Community

5 New Year’s Resolutions for the Community Manager

The Notification Cycle

Top 10 Social Media Community Manager Tips and Tricks – YouTube

Community Report: Benchmarking Online Community for Professional Membership Bodies

We Need a Little Community, Right This Very Minute!

You Can’t Schedule Community

FLIRT: 5 ways to flirt with your customers using online communities

Meet Facebook’s Compassion Czar

What’s A Community Worth?

Own Your Community

How to Keep Your Online Community Members Engaged Over the Holidays

Community Manager Training Course

Treat Other Communities as You Would Like Them to Treat Yours

Content Curation: One More Role for an Enterprise Community Manager

Top Ten Blog Posts from The Community Roundtable in 2011

If You Run a Community, Your Members Won’t Always Contact You Through the Proper Channel

Most Popular Member Engagement Posts of 2011

The Calendar: A Simple Tool For Community Development

ManagingCommunities.com’s Most Read Community Management Articles of 2011

Amazon.com: The world’s largest engaged online community

Th Easiest Community Manager’s Post; The Year-in-Review

50 Posts and Articles that Made Me Think in 2011

Some online community predictions for 2012

How not to land a social media job in 2012

Launch A Community When You’re Ready

Online community Reddit driving opposition to piracy bill

How Many Community Managers Do You Need?

Attracting Value-Added Interaction on a Site

Website Goals and Community Management

Community Managers: Expect the Unexpected

The 20 Unhappiest People You Meet In The Comments Sections Of Year-End Lists

Moderation As A Positioning Tool

Community Managers Need Vacations, Too.

There is Not Enough Time in the Day for Me to Tell You That Forums Are Not Dead

Do You Know Why?

Promote The Interactive Elements

2012 – The Year Businesses Conquer Fear Of Social

30 Ideas for your 2012 Social Media Plan

Data: Composition of a Corporate Social Media Team

Informing Or Shilling

Being a Cool Kid: Key Steps to Getting “In” With Your Community, Part One

The Deadly Jelly Baby

What qualities make someone a good community manager?

6 New Year’s Resolutions For The Modern-Day B2B Community Manager

My top 10 most popular Community Management articles of 2011

Did you find any other great article about Community Management this week that I missed? Let me know in the comments and I’ll add them to the next roundup.

[photo by auburnxc]

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  • http://www.managingcommunities.com/ iFroggy

    Thanks for the mention, Blaise! :)

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    great set of links took me hours to check them all out.