It’s hard to believe how many of these I’ve done…
This week’s #CMGRHangout panel Friday, October 3rd at 2pm EST consisted of many who have made the leap to community management from other industries. We talked about where we came from, how we got here, what worked and what didn’t work.
If you work in community you know that developing thick skin is an essential skill. As nice as it would be, not all your community members will love your brand, all the time. How do you stay calm to handle situations with angry members? What do you do to keep perspective when attacks get personal?
So you’ve decided to become a community manager? Nice choice, if I do say so myself! This week’s CMGRHangout is a perfect one hour snippet of what life is like as a community manager and how to set yourself up for success. With the help of phenomenal insights from David Dewald, Brian Fanzo, David Kyle, […]
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Technology is the present and future of today’s society. It’s getting so big that elementary and middle schools are beginning to offer “Intro to Coding” for their students to get an early grasp on computer languages that will become a necessity to get ahead in the world.
Last Friday, Brian Fanzo, Gabe Koscky (StackExchange.com), Meghan Murphy (Twilio.org), April Kyle Nassi (SalesForce.com), Ben Van ‘T Ende (Typo3.org) and myself joined as panelists. We shared our insights on what it takes to get a grasp in a tech-heavy world; how people who aren’t tech-savvy can still connect to those are; and how to build solid, valuable tech communities.