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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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Friday Roundup: Increasing Engagement with a Happy Hour

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. [caption id="attachment_15758" align="alignright" width="234"] Members of TheCR Team impersonate sea life.[/caption] Sometimes it's so easy to get wrapped up in the blog posts, comment moderation, content generation and metric tracking in our online communities th…

Want Executive Engagement? Show Them How to Scale Themselves

We are fortunate at The Community Roundtable to work with some of the leading community program owners in the world - and that means we are able to spot trends early. A few years ago, our members were starting to think about executive engagement because they recognized how critical is was to the success of a community approach to doing bu…

5 Things Kickboxing Class Has Taught Me About Community Management

By Georgina Cannie, The Community Roundtable I never told my fourth grade teacher that I wanted to manage an online network of professionals when I grew up. I stumbled into the community space quite accidentally. Academically, my background is in traditional face-to-face communities and I had always envisioned myself building sustainab…

Friday Roundup: Start With Why

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. Happy Friday! And Happy Start of a Long Weekend to many of our US readers. This week we spent some time as a team thinking about how we can inspire action in our communities. I highly recommend Simon Sinek's TEDx talk "Start With Why" if you are thinking about how to…

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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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