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Share the best of testable, trackable & scalable community growth hacking strategies to help members achieve accelerated community growth
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Parul Gupta
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Here's to make your online community a 'great' one:
• Fresh, concise & relevant content.
• Resourceful self-help content.
• Where peer-to-peer support is encouraged.
• A well-engaged community base.
• A good cross-section of community members from all quarters of your TG.
• Polite & cooperative administrators/moderators (if you choose to adopt a visible administrator model)
• Gamification enabled.
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Noopur Singh
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Make your community members feel special!
Engage in conversation. Don’t just answer questions from members. Don’t just ask questions. Engage in a conversation. Answer their questions, and ask some of your own. Bring in some of your life experiences and advice. People don’t want to be interrogated – they want to talk. This means more than just questions and answers.
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Parul Gupta
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The need for building community going forward, whether it is in person, or any other way, will remain important at all levels
If you hope to create a caring climate for your community, here are some broad areas to consider:

➧ Create your online community on a dedicated white-labelled space

➧ Create a warm welcome message for members

➧ Let members know you are listening to them.

➧ Consider co-creating “participation guidelines”

➧ Create space for members to support each other

➧ Use community-building warm-up activities (Water cooler talks, maybe)

➧ Create “third places” for semi-synchronous interaction

➧ Ensure there is space for members to give you feedback

➧ Take care of your own well-being as a community manager
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Parul Gupta
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Growth-Hack For Community Engagement
Identify the relevant issues in your community & make the decision about how to address them. Evaluate, Implement & share the results with the community.

Community engagement means involving community members in all activities
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Parul Gupta
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When starting an online community, send cold emails to potential users.
Though cold emails shouldn’t be your primary mechanism for getting new members. It can be a nice supplement, to get the word out, but I’d put focus on a more personalized approach.

If you are planning to invite potential users with cold emails I would advise you to:
✦Setup your community with a proper structure
✦Create initial and powerful content
✦Invite a friend and your close network as early adopters to support you in content generation
✦Invite influencers in your field to activate them later on
✦Use personal and direct messages informing the benefits the members will get by joining your community
✦Use cold emails together with a social media strategy
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Parul Gupta
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Community Building - Growth Hack
Have a formal VIP/MVP member program in place. Your best members are going unacknowledged!
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Parul Gupta
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Top 8 Online Community Engagement Tactics From The Experts
Some of the time-tested, proven community engagement tactics that have worked for others:
https://chrisdetzel.com/f/top-8-online-community-engagement-tactics-from-the-experts

@PeersBeers Great compilation!❤️
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Parul Gupta
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When it comes to developing a community from scratch, make sure you create a "system" for community growth.
People come for perks but stay for the community.

Developing a community from 0 to 200 & talking to numerous community builders in the space, here is what I have learnt so far: Giving something valuable for free attracts people faster.

Here's what you can do:
• Provide members some educational content
• Use viral giveaways - a book/voucher,etc
• Opportunities
• Limited edition products
• Subscription/Membership

Still, confused?: Ask your members what they want 🙂
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Parul Gupta
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Your community engagement strategies should ensure that members feel they are part of the community (and not left out).
Here are a few ideas I feel every community can implement to make sure that members get the feeling of belongingness. Some of the activities below take less than five minutes.

Shout-Outs: Celebrate members on their achievements or for attempting something difficult
Friendly Fridays: Watercooler talks are a simple way for members to lift each other and themselves up
Re-Share Tweets: Create a template & enlist the top 3 most useful tweets from the day. Share it with the members
Snowball Toss: Let the discussions happen around the stress in the community too. Give your members a room to talk about the problems they are facing.
Roses & Thorns: Invite your members to share one positive and one negative experience they had in the community.
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Parul Gupta
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Community Managers Subreddit
The community managers subreddit is a great place to get advice, network and seek collaborations. With around 1.3k members in the group, there are experts in almost every industry and area of business. Reddit, Inc. itself is a community known for its huge active user base and upfront feedback.

 A great place to soundboard your new ideas or see what others are doing and learn from their experiences.

I personally follow: https://lnkd.in/gS4futw ;
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