Single Parent Meet Reviews

SocialFish

Single parents-only platforms offer an accepting community where you don’t have to justify your single parenthood but can focus instead on screening potential mates on their relationship viability. Single Parent Meet: Online Dating Network for Single Parents.

Insights & Data community meets to discuss innovation and creativity

Audiense

Insights professionals, data analysts, leading brands, researchers, marketing professionals, consultants and academics meet next week to discuss and share visions of and experiences about the industry in one of the most important events in the sector, ESOMAR Congress 2019 - The Global Data & Insights Summit , in Edinburgh.

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#SocialPowWow: A meeting ground for Communicators & Marketers

Waxing UnLyrical

While most of my friends and family are on Facebook and “addicted” to this social network, I choose to meet and interact with new people on Twitter. And what’s better than e-meeting new people from across the globe and learning from their experiences? Social media has paved the way for us to meet like-minded people from all over the world. I enjoyed interacting with the community and learning more about the PR ecosystem and the importance of measurement in PR.

“Meet the Author”: Talking Open Community on NTEN

SocialFish

Just a quick pointer to a “Meet the Author&# audio conference we did with NTEN last week. We hung out on the phone with Anna Richter from NTEN and chatted with interested folks about the background to and concepts in our book, Open Community: A Little Book of Big Ideas for Associations Navigating the Social Web. Featured Open Community

Monday Roundup: Celebrating Your Community

Waxing UnLyrical

” Talk about a religious celebration that’s gone mainstream… and one that engenders a feeling of community among those who celebrate the day. While our roundup today isn’t (all) about SPD, it is about celebrating your community… which is one of the gifts of an event like SPD – that, even if just for a day, you feel part of a community. How to Build Creativity and Self-Expression with Your Community.

Meet the Fediverse

Ari Herzog

Meet Mastodon. Mashable applauded privacy controls and community standards. Mastodon, Pleroma, GNU Social, PeerTube, Friendica, and Hubzilla are among the more popular social networking services that collectively form the Fediverse. Each service has the ability for people to create their own gathering places, called instances. There are over 2,700 instances across the Fediverse that reach over 1 million people.

Monday Roundup: the Measurati Meet #measurePR

Waxing UnLyrical

area, she loves helping for- and non-profit clients, both small and large, turn corporate codswallop into community cool™. Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Monday Roundup: the Measurati Meet #measurePR. Next Tuesday, for the first time in #measurePR history we’ll hear from 11 stellar guests. Are we crazy? Will we break the Internet? No one knows for sure, but we’ll have a great time finding out. So, if you haven’t RSVP’d yet, do so now.

Marketing, community, support or all of the above?

Dave Fleet

Communities in particular were by their nature filled with people who already have an affinity or interest in your product, right? At the same time, the community-building interactions that drove many of us to this space have dwindled with a lot of companies. Marketing, community or both? I care about whether you can meet whatever need I have at that moment in time. </rant> customer service marketing social media community management content marketing

BigMarker.com: Social Network for Communities

Mindjumpers

Tweet During my time at SXSW, Austin 2012, I had a chance to meet up with some interesting people with innovative ideas and new products. BigMarker.com is a social network for communities. By offering unlimited web conferencing and key project management tools, it hopes to empower communities to make a difference. A BigMarker.com Community equips anyone with the tools they need to make a difference.

Community platforms do not equal community

SocialFish

conference in New Orleans about “Building Your Tradeshow Community Online&#. The presentation applies to any event community. We talked about the ecosystem – what your open community online actually looks like. We discussed skill sets for community building, the importance of finding small groups, and the role of champions in scaling your efforts. Building Your Tradeshow Community Online.

Putting the “We” in Community

Waxing UnLyrical

In the social space, there’s a lot of talk about “community.” ” We hear it all the time and, rightly so; because community is just that important. Like Rome, however, a community can’t be built in a day. But community is a funny thing; you’re either all in, or you’re out. So that kept me thinking about how one puts the “we” in any community forum, as well as how one sustains it.

Improve an Entire Community through Fundraising

Waxing UnLyrical

Community fundraising goes beyond raising funds for a specific cause. It provides an opportunity to improve an entire community through the efforts of the fundraiser. Here’s one example of an organization that’s clearly been successful through their community fundraising efforts. Leading by example, Boys to Men helps the whole San Diego community through its singular cause. “We Community, which we are going away from, is so important to our program.

The Future of Community Management

Ignite Social Media

So, when I was asked to share what the future of community management would be like, at first it felt like an impossible task. Perhaps you are feeling the strife of defining “community management”, or trying to figure out where a discipline that touches so many areas of your business fits on your org chart. This is a pivotal time in the discipline of community management, and many brands are asking these very questions.

Five Observations Gained from Starting an Online Community

Waxing UnLyrical

In October of last year, I launched an online community called Agree, Disagree, or Qualify. Building an online community doesn’t happen overnight. Discussion builds communities. The community builds upon itself by testing claims and commenting on those claims. The more discourse that takes place, the more others engage and the larger the community becomes. Communities co-create their own culture. Photo: Provided by ADQ Community.

Meet My New Dumb Smartphone

Ari Herzog

AriHerzog is a digital marketing and government professional seeking a position in community affairs. I thought I wanted a dumb phone. I bought it — and returned it after three days. It was too dumb. It was fine for talking but texting only worked when the messages were strictly text. I couldn’t receive pictures. The camera also sucked, comparatively. I didn’t care about social networking but I did need my Google calendar with me.

B2B Marketing’s Editor-in-Chief on Making Community the Secret to Success

Oktopost

Joel Harrison, Editor-in-Chief at B2B Marketing takes on community building. Watch the recording: Want to hear more from renowned marketing leaders on building community? Meet Joel Harrison. Listen to the podcast: Or catch us on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or YouTube.

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Meet the Power of Blog Syndication

Ari Herzog

Visit the same post on Business 2 Community and you see 8 LinkedIn shares and 87 retweets. I recently wrote 19 best practices on tweeting like a human. Please visit that link and focus on the number of people who clicked my social sharing buttons. As of this moment in time, 9 people shared it on Facebook, 46 shared it on Twitter, 10 shared it on Google+, and 3 shared it on LinkedIn. And that’s just from my post on my blog.

Monday Roundup: Meeting Google’s Mobile-Friendly Standards

Waxing UnLyrical

Why: Richard Barker walks you through “what you need to know about the update and the changes you need to make” in this Business 2 Community post. Monday Roundup: Meeting Google’s Mobile-Friendly Standards is a post from: Shonali Burke Consulting, Inc. area, she loves helping for- and non-profit clients, both small and large, turn corporate codswallop into community cool™. You know how you live on your smartphone? Google does too.

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Quick Tips About Building a Social Media Community

agora pulse

Building a social media community? If you’re looking for ways to create a thriving online community, check out the following tips. Agorapulse: What’s one huge mistake that people make when building campaigns for their community?

Become a Fearless Online Community Leader

The Realtime Report

Become a Fearless Online Community Leader. Online communities are powerhouses of collaboration that demand fearless leaders to succeed. Yet, with the demand for new communities and the never-ending desire to increase engagement, such best practices for moderation become overlooked. Here is how to become an effective online community leader. Rather than force involvement, thriving communities “build benches” for those on the sidelines.

Marketing, community, support or all of the above?

Dave Fleet

Communities in particular were by their nature filled with people who already have an affinity or interest in your product, right? At the same time, the community-building interactions that drove many of us to this space have dwindled with a lot of companies. Marketing, community or both? I care about whether you can meet whatever need I have at that moment in time. customer service marketing social media community management content marketing

‘Tis the Season to Double Down on Social Customer Care (and Protect Your Community Managers)

Convince & Convert

Just when we thought we, as social media strategists and community managers, could rest up from the twists and turns of the last 18 months, the holiday season is upon us. . Ensure Your Community Management Team Has The Right Software.

Call it what you want, Taylor Swift is a model community manager

Sprout Social

As a social media marketer and Taylor Swift stan , I’m constantly in awe of her community management mastery. Not only does Taylor follow her community, she actively listens to them. Taylor understands how to meet her fans where they are.

Susan Sarfati Talks Open Community

SocialFish

This post kicks off a series of executive interviews we’re doing about the concepts in our book, Open Community. Susan is someone we greatly admire, and we were thrilled to get the chance to bring you some of her thoughts on Open Community. We started with this question: How do you think the concepts in Open Community will shape associations in the future? Open community empowers a much larger group of people. Open community is changing this.

#measurePR Recap (March 2016): Meet the Measurement Mavens

Waxing UnLyrical

Community member Amanda Roe also had this to say: @shonali A3:always include competitive comparison; align w/co’s goals & how relationships positively impact sales. Our guests will be … drum roll please … Gini Dietrich , CEO of Arment Dietrich and creator of the popular Spin Sucks blog community; founder of the influencer marketing platform Traackr, Pierre-Loic Assayag ; Jason Falls , SVP of Elasticity (though Jason really needs no introduction!);

4 Emerging Social Media Communities

Ignite Social Media

Today, let’s examine four recently emerging social media communities. As new responsibilities take hold in their lives, parents are now on the lookout for brands and companies that meet their needs for their little ones. Having only scratched the surface of the latest emerging social communities, it is easy to see that there is much to be learned and studied in order to stay on top of the most current trends. Social media is a constantly changing force to be reckoned with.

The Characteristics of A Community Manager

Mindjumpers

The Community Managers (CM). I’ll try to give you an introduction to the benefits of having a CM – and what you should look for in a Community Manager. The corner stones of community management. Yesterday, we talked about the importance of Local Community Managers, when a global brand wants to establish a social media presence on local country markets. Getting a community involved and engaged needs a lot of planning.

Sprout Social stands with the Black community

Sprout Social

To our Sprout community, The events of the past couple weeks have laid bare the broken aspects of our society, and the pain and suffering that too often sit in the blurry periphery of our collective vision. “We want our lives to be valued. We want protection.

Meeting Gary Vaynerchuk

Koka Sexton

A few weeks ago I had the amazing opportunity to meet Gary Vaynerchuk the author of the upcoming book Jab-Jab-Jab Right Hook and the CEO of Vaynermedia. I jumped at the chance to meet Gary and appreciate the offer by Mitch to bring LinkedIn into the discussion. Meeting Gary in person was nothing short of amazing. Thank you Gary, I hope I get the chance to meet you again and a big thank you to Mitch and Ann of the Slater-Trainor group for the opportunity of a lifetime.

Open Community Case Study – American Library Association

SocialFish

This post is part of our regular series of Open Community case studies, in which intrepid association blogger and freelance writer Deirdre Reid will be digging into associations (and other kinds of organizations when relevant) who are living and breathing their open communities in the ways we describe in the book. Community: American Library Association. Your community is not your database. Community unlocks more useful data. Open Community

How to Build a Meaningful (and Massive) Community, From Someone Who’s Done it Twice

Buffer Social

You probably already know the value of building a community behind your brand: more powerful word of mouth, stronger customer retention, better organic growth. If the cheapest customer is always your existing one, the easiest community to build is the one you already have.

Anatomy Of A Blog Redesign: Meet The Standard WordPress Theme

Jason Yormark

I wanted a theme with a strong community and support so I could have access to the help I needed with customizations and technical issues. The support and community are terrific. It’s a thriving community and the forums have practically every answer to any question you might have. I have to admit, I’m a WordPress theme junkie.

Saying Goodbye to Digital Marketing: Meet the New Me

Ari Herzog

I spent four wonderful years self-employed as a digital marketing trainer, consultant, and community manager. I am saying goodbye to the digital life and hello to community affairs. AriHerzog is a digital marketing and government professional seeking a position in community affairs. Related Stories Meet My New Dumb Smartphone Stop Your Smartphone From Telling Burglars Where You Live Why I Want a Dumb Phone. Footsteps by schick.

Danish CSR Initiative on Social Media Meets Criticism

Mindjumpers

5 Tips To Great Blogging » Danish CSR Initiative on Social Media Meets Criticism Posted by Jonas Klit Nielsen Aug 5th, 2010 Tweet The Danish CSR initiative called ‘ Lys i Afrika ‘ (Light in Africa) that was launched on Facebook 12 May has been met with heavy criticism. It is also criticized that Energi Nord in the end makes their marketing more aggressive, inviting their community to participate in events.

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Twitter Rules vs. Community Values

Socialized

Some of these are legislated, and some of them simply come from community values. My rules are based on a combination of factors, like why I am on Twitter, my personal standard of ethics, my perception of community values, and Twitter’s TOS. For example, if I told you there were rules concerning conduct during a business meeting, you might take the libertarian or anarchist view, “Hey, no one makes rules for me!&#

On Youth, Age, and Community Service

Waxing UnLyrical

It’s why I love meeting people like Martin Waxman , or Kirk Hazlett , or Katie Paine , or Mary Barber. people will be participating in community service in Dr. King’s memory. And while it’s not an obvious way to do so, ensuring that we in the public relations profession are as accepting of “old” as of “young” is the greatest service we can do to our own community. On Youth, Age, and Community Service.

A Tale of Two Communities Part II – Salesforce.com

SocialFish

This post is the second in a two-part series where guest blogger Garry Polmateer , former association executive currently working at NimbleUser helping organizations with Salesforce, looks at two online brands through the lens of the concepts in our book, Open Community. We loved Garry’s idea for this two-parter and we welcome any guest post ideas from any of our readers who are interested in digging into Open Community from whatever angle you choose.

Open Community Case Study – Empowering the Periphery

SocialFish

This post is part of our regular series of Open Community case studies, in which intrepid association blogger and freelance writer Deirdre Reid will be digging into associations (and other kinds of organizations when relevant) who are living and breathing their open communities in the ways we describe in the book. Community: American Library Association. Your community is not your database. Community unlocks more useful data. Open Community

5 Ways to Avoid Squashing Your Community Like a Dictator

Convince & Convert

I was in a new client meeting not too long ago, discussing the strategy around building Fierce Loyalty into a failing community. It is huge and it heavily depends on its community network to spread its message and ensure success. Lately, however, that community has floundered, stuck in old methodology and unable to connect with a fresh audience. Click to read more » brand communities Community Management community management online community

How to Meet Your Audience Where the Action Is

Convince & Convert

And yet these Social Pros all know that you must meet your audience where they live (digitally, not literally). Tweetable Moments There are very distinct communities on different social platforms. As the snow begins to melt and spring promises to appear, we soldier on here at the Social Pros Podcast.