Community Engagement

  • How to Build Stronger Bonds With Your Community

    …) Nicknames Who are you more likely to approach: Dr. Michael Brown, Ph.D. or Mike Brown? Shortening names is part of our nature. Nicknames are associated with intimacy, trust, and friendship. The last thing you want to come off as in your online community is intimidating. In a 2009 study, researchers examined the intimate language made up…

    Convince and Convertin How To's- 6 readers -
  • How to Build a Social Community: 4 Tips

    … your brand represents; for example, a product category (like smartphones), services (social media consulting) or type of business (a store, restaurant, etc.). Set additional alerts for secondary categories. If you set your first alert for “community management” for example, then set others for related topics, such as social media, marketing…

    Yoav Vilner/ Social Media Examinerin How To's- 14 readers -
  • How Community Managers Can Build Lasting Relationships With Fans

    … friendly to intimate, and eventually, profitable. Below I discuss each of the four traits of successful community managers and how you can develop them yourself. #1: Express Vulnerability to Connect People like to help and support each other, so giving someone an opportunity to feel valuable and useful is a good way to strengthen a relationship…

    Danny Iny/ Social Media Examiner- 25 readers -
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