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The State of Community Management 2014

The State of Community Management 2014 report builds on qualitative early reports and initial quantitative insights in 2013 – helping us learn more about community practices.

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Inbound 2015

September 8, 2015 | 9:00AM

Rachel Happe

Boston, MA

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TheCR Connect: A Workshop for Community Professionals

October 1, 2015 | 8:00AM

Akamai Headquarters - Cambridge, MA

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TheCR Network Sneak Peek: July 2015 – Working out Loud, Compensation Research, & AMAs

By Hillary Boucher, Community Manager at The Community Roundtable. I'm not going to lie; I spent a part of July with my toes in the sand, but alas vacation is over and instead of digging for treasure with the kids, I'm digging out of my post-vacation inbox. Send help (but not by email)! Before I get buried in emails I wanted to …

Conversations with Community Managers – Patrick Hellen, Part Two

Welcome to the latest episode in our community podcast series, “Conversations with Community Managers.” Join TheCR’s Jim Storer and Shannon Abram as they chat with community managers from a variety of industries about their community journey. They ask the community questions you want to know the answers to, including: Wh…

Sneak Peek: TheCR Connect Agenda

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. Today I'm excited to share the first look at the agenda for TheCR Connect - our first live workshop happening this October in our hometown. Without further ado: The early bird cost for non-members who register before 7/31 is $550. Any tickets remaining for TheCR…

Friday Roundup: Calling All Early Birds

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. Hey East Coast early birds, don't forget: early bird registration for TheCR Connect ends next Friday - and half your registration fee can be applied to a membership in TheCR Network! If you've been thinking about joining now is the time the see how we can help you a…

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It’s Time to Flip the Social Media & Community ROI Equation on its Head

Bill Johnston suggests a different lens for Community ROI…

Is Middle Management the Enemy of Social Business

A recent article asked this question and highlighted middle manag…

Boba Fett and the Value of Community Hurdles

For the first time, everyone couldn’t just go to the toy store …

Three Reasons Why Executives Should Tweet For Themselves

A few weeks ago I read an article that stated “less than two pe…

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