The Online Community Guide wrote: A bump is a crude method to sustain discussions. Turning a discussion into a sticky thread isn’t much better. Yet there are times when you want to keep a good discussion going. You want to invite further contributions. You want… Original: Sustaining Discussions
Quiip wrote: There is no longer a clear delineation between what is termed an “online or virtual community” and what is currently defined as “real life community”, posits Simone Inglis Original: Is there a definitive difference between online and real life community?
AllTwitter wrote: Search engine optimisation (SEO) is all about the quality of your backlinks, right? Wrong. Not any more. At least, not wholly, as an updated study from those good people at Searchmetrics has revealed just how important social media signals are to a strong SEO ranking, with well-positioned URLs almost always having a high […]
ManagingCommunities.com wrote: photo credit: amsfrank Communities can’t be managed. They have to be nurtured/loved/served/encouraged/grown. Due to this, the community manager job title is bad. It should be something like community facilitator/friend/guide/helper/specialist/intermediary. Once in a long while, I’ll see something like this expressed. So it’s not really a popular thought, just one that pops up. Often […]
The Community Roundtable wrote: This is the fourth year we have published our State of Community Management Report and we are continually humbled by the response, from contributions, shares and the creation of derivative work. This year we made some significant changes to the way we do the research and what it covers because the […]