On Air: 18:00 - 19:00 EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 27th, 2014
Building a community, especially from the ground up, requires a lot of effort (as we all surely know). One of the most important parts of being a community manager is being visible. Once you stop partaking, everyone will. While the goal of building a thriving community is in fact so this does not occur, it remains the unfortunate truth at the start.
A big part of staying active within your community is to create a mini “content strategy” outlining how you plan on communicating to your co-members. Creating and sharing content for the purpose of community building can range from visual content to long form reads, and in any circumstance can not be overlooked.
In this session, we will discuss the importance of using content to build community, the different types of content and their benefits, tools for content sharing, and more!
Community Manager at Scoop.it
Ally is the community manager at Scoop.it, the content curation platform allowing professionals to share ideas that matter to them. Ally has been a part of the Scoop.it team for almost two years and is currently based in San Francisco.
Head of Consumer at RebelMouse
Megan Berry is Head of Consumer at RebelMouse, leading community and social product. She previously led community and marketing at Klout, after joining as the 4th employee. Megan Berry previously led marketing and community at Klout, after joining as their fourth employee. She has blogged about community, product and influence for Mashable, The Huffington Post, Amex OPEN Forum, and Brazen Careerist. Megan graduated from Stanford Phi Beta Kappa.
Co-founder at List.ly
Nick is co-founder the social curation platform Listly, that combines crowdsourcing, content curation and embedable lists to drive high-level community engagement, live inside your blog posts.
Social Media Marketing & Community Manager at UberVU
Elisabeth is a Social Media Marketing & Community Manager at uberVU, a real-time social media marketing platform. She calls Boston her offline home, and when she’s not busy tweeting you can find her exploring the city, trying new recipes, and collaborating with friends at Marketing On The Rocks.
President at Scoop.it
A repeat entrepreneur, Marc co-founded 4 startups and has also worked for large companies (Thales, IBM). Marc is president of Scoop.it, the publication by curation platform, a French-born San Francisco startup. He’s an expert curator and a thought leader in the content curation space. In addition to travelling, Bach and weichi, Marc is passionate and actively committed to the French and SF startup scenes.
Derek co-founded 20 Something Bloggers and Foodtree (now Dónde) before heading up marketing for Playerize, a company that helps developers grow their audience and revenue. He’s helped communities grow and products delight for a decade, recently creating Lighthouse, a hacker news for community builders.
Director, Product Marketing at DNN Corporation
Dennis is Director of Product Marketing at DNN (@DNNCorp), where he’s focused on product and content marketing. Dennis is a contributing author to the book “42 Rules of Product Marketing” and is a frequent contributor to the DNN blog.
- What are the main goals of creating a community content strategy?
- What are the different types of content and their respective benefits?
- What are your best pieces of advice for creating a community content strategy?
- What are your favorite tools for content creation, curation, and promotion?
- How do you measure the success of a community content strategy?
- How can you ensure to maintain a personal touch with your community content?
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