18 February 2011 ~ 1 Comment

Online Community Management Links Roundup 18/02/11

Round Up

Here is the roundup of links relating to Online Communities I saved on delicious.com or retweeted for the week ending 18th of February 2011. Enjoy!

6 reasons to craft a strong Mission Statement for your online community

Why Thinking Locally Beats Acting Globally

Hyper-Moderation

Newspaper’s use of Twitter posts was legitimate, rules watchdog

The Power of Facebook plugins, and other social sharing tools

Community Management is Common Sense

5 Risks of Having A Community Without Management

New guidelines to improve child internet safety

Uprisings and Communities

Little Gossip – when UGC turns ugly

The Facebook Pages redesign – what’s changed and what does it mean?

What does an online community facilitator actually do?

It’s time for community forums to grow up

Interview with Matthew Eltringham – BBC UGC Hub Past, Present and Future

With new Facebook fan pages, rules of engagement are more relevant than ever

Klout for community managers

Trolls Are Inevitable; Here’s How to Deal With Them

Community Members Share a Common Interest Not Necessarily a Common Purpose

Mixx.com’s Sale Can Teach Brands About Community Management

Why I am a Community Engagement Manager, and not just a Social Media Manager

Love Through the Eyes of a Community Manager

A Hierarchy Of Community Interactions

Segmenting Your Community Members

5 ways to encourage online engagement

The Wisdom in Community Management

How to Create Your Own Social Networking Community

Brands: if you love your community, set it free

Be There for Your Community

Combating the inevitable service issue: Building an army of advocates, or at least positive posters

Klout as a Tool for Community Managers: Why I Don’t Buy it

So you want to be a Community Manager?

7 Ideas to Engage Lurkers in Community

What Does the Forum Admin/Administrator of the Forum I Love Actually Do? (a Guide for Forum Users)

A Definitive Community Manager Job Description

Always Get A Commitment First

How Far Is Too Far With Trolls?

71 Top Online Customer Communities: The Big List

Changes to the Vetting and Barring Scheme in the Protection of Freedoms Bill

Lurkers: Your most important Community Members

Burned Out? Rise From the Ashes

Want A Successful Community? Don’t Be A Social Media Manager

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

[photo by auburnxc]

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

    Thanks for the mentions, Blaise!