Does anyone actually try to use infographics? Mashable shares Online MBA’s infographic on the social network demographics of big social networks in 2012. If you click the foregoing link, you’ll see that it’s colorful and big, yes. But can you interpret its data? The Biggest Demographic I struggle to make marketing sense of the […]
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“Yesterday we looked at some of the benefits and costs of building community on a blog – today I’d like to move onto some of the ‘how to’ by examining the stages of building community that I went through on Digital Photography School. Build a CULTURE of Community – Not Just Engagement Let me start by repeating the advice […]
What is the trick to furthering community participation? What makes people want to participate in community activities? See research summarized below: “Intrinsic Needs “feel good” #1 Social Connection #2 Shared Community Values/Culture #6 Appeal to Hobbies/Interests #7 Make a Difference/Support Cause Extrinsic Needs “look good” #3 Expression/Creativity/Venting #4 Influence and Proximity w/ Key Decision Makers #9 […]
What are online communities and for what goals can they be used? An in-depth introduction to online and social communities. See the full post at www.socialmarketingforum.net Peg Corwin‘s insight: Community Classification Excerpt “Scale: from your personal communities and communities of blog readers to larger online customer communities, member groups and branded communities. Scope: from exchanging thoughts […]
WARNING: The following post is huge – you’re going to learn so much about how you can improve engagement with readers on your own site right from the experts, I challenge you to finish reading this in one sitting. See full on visitor engagement online at this link bloggingwizard.com Peg Corwin‘s insight: Numerous ideas and tips to […]