Take 10: How to Leverage Your Online Community
- Paul Chaney
- Fri, Apr 15, 2016
- 10 minutes
Online communities allow people to connect with one another from across the globe. Whether they share a common interest, are searching for the answer to a question, or simply want to find their tribe, chances are, there's a Facebook page, LinkedIn group, or forum to facilitate it. However, these communities don't just benefit the people that belong to them—they're also a wealth of knowledge and insight for brands.
In just 10 minutes, we'll share six practical tips that will help you tap into this valuable resource to grow your business and benefit your customers. From setting goals to becoming a good listener, you'll leave with actionable steps to build a stronger online community.
Paul Chaney is an online marketing consultant, editor, and writer with more than 20 years experience in the digital marketing space. He's also the author of four books covering business blogging, social media marketing, and social commerce.
Who Should Attend?
Marketers interested in growing and leveraging their online communities to discover new business insights.
What Will You Learn?
By the end of this Take 10, you'll be able to:
- Gain valuable business insights from your community
- Engage your community members to share their thoughts, ideas, and opinions
- Create a clearly stated goal to grow your community
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