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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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Measurement and Benchmarking to Re-energize Your Community Plan

April 2, 2015

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How to Cultivate Collaboration in Your Organization

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Our Community Superheroes’ Superheroes – Part 1

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable If you haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy of The Community Manager Handbook: 20 Lessons from Community Superheroes yet, or even if you have, you might not have made it all the way to the back page, where we asked the superheroes we featured in the Handbook about their community management …

What community metrics are most important to track?

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. One of the most daunting tasks for many community managers is dealing with community metrics. A member recently approached us with the following question: "I’m getting started with tracking metrics for my community and looking for guidance – where do I begin? What …

Friday Roundup: Governance, Community Engagement and Pie for Breakfast

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable [caption id="attachment_15522" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo by Elaine Ashton via Flickr under CC Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic license[/caption] There is a pie about five feet away from me as I write this Friday Roundup. And I haven't eaten yet. It might be a fitting end to a week…

3 Best Practices for Creating Community Rules of Engagement

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. Whether you're starting from scratch with a brand new community, or working with a mature community that doesn't have well defined programs and processes defining and managing community rules of engagement can be a struggle. We often get asked for a cheat sheet when c…

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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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