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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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Unlocking the Executive Perspective on Success & Measurement

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Community Manager Appreciation Day 2015: Three things to do today

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable Community Manager Appreciation Day is here for 2015. As this CMAD kicks into gear, we certainly have a lot of people to appreciate – with members from more than 100 organizations, we could spend a lot of time appreciating. And we will. But appreciation is just one of the ways you can make CMAD…

Friday Roundup: Community Manager Appreciation, Respect, and Job Searching

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable In case you haven't heard - Monday, January 26 is Community Manager Appreciation Day. We've talked a lot about our CMAD events in Boston, New York, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Washington, DC, and if you still want to get in before the tickets are all gone, you should probably click on this link to cl…

CMSS Stats You Can Use: How Do I Find a Community Manager Job?

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable.  As we close in on CMAD this Monday, we hope there will be a lot of focus on community managers and their careers. Our Community Manager Salary Survey 2014 found signs of an emerging career path for community professionals - but it's not a path driven by the help want…

Focus on the relationship, not the transaction

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable Rachel Happe wrote a post for CMSWire last week that has resonated with a surprising number of readers. In it, she noted that social media has reversed the traditional sales and marketing paradigm. Once upon a time, a transaction was the trigger for building relationships – and the repeat cust…

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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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