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Community building strategies

Creation date: Mar 12, 2024 11:16am     Last modified date: Mar 12, 2024 11:16am   Last visit date: Apr 12, 2024 8:46am
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Mar 12, 2024  ( 2 posts, 1 reply Mar 14, 2024 )  
Derick Shaw (derickshaw)

Hello. From personal experience and research, I have identified several strategies that have helped me achieve success. First, active participation in online forums and communities. This allows me to maintain contact with the target audience, share experiences and receive feedback. Secondly, regularly create useful and interesting content. I share my knowledge, research and ideas through blogs, articles, videos or podcasts. The third strategy I use is hosting webinars and online events. This is a great way to maintain real-time engagement with your audience, share knowledge, and create deeper connections with community members. Finally, don't forget the importance of in-person meetings and events. Organizing events offline allows participants to meet in person, strengthen relationships and create a closer community.

Donald Parsons (sejorim967): edited 3/12/2024 11:17am

Hello friends. What community building strategies can you recommend to me? And which ones are more effective?

Milan Datir (villakuzza)

I have been developing community online for a long time, and I can identify several strategies that work in practice. Firstly, active interaction with participants - answer their questions, support discussions, stimulate the exchange of experience. Secondly, creating valuable content - share useful information, articles, videos that will be interesting and useful to your community. The third strategy is to organize events and competitions that activate participants and promote unity. And of course, don’t forget about incentives and bonuses for active participants - this maintains interest in the community and motivates participation. All of these strategies have their effectiveness depending on the characteristics of the audience and the goals of the community