Community Assemble is a bi-weekly newsletter about creating and growing communities that add value to both customers and brands the right way. We feature tweets, quotes, blogs, and ideas from our experts and various community leaders across the globe.
If you’ve been following our newsletter, then you’ll know that we launched the “Community Unfold Series” last year. Since our debut, we’ve had conversations with thought leaders from different industries and have explored how they leverage the community to win the market.
In this episode of the Community Unfold Series, we have the founder of my favourite podcast Peers Over Beers and a well-known community strategist Christopher Detzel. He is a versatile Digital Community Strategist with several years of experience. He has owned community vision, strategy, and execution. He is responsible for leading the development and execution of community engagement programs and creating compelling content for customer communities.
This episode is dedicated to understanding the journey of a community manager, his take on community and all there is to explore in this space.
So let’s get at it!
1. What according to you is a community?
2. How did you get started in the Community Management Field?
3. What is the best part about the community space?
Stay tuned to indulge in some more interesting conversations next week as well.
I’m pretty sure, you must be having different thoughts about how building a strong community should be placed at the forefront of any business! With the accelerated growth of communities in every business, we’re excited to see what awaits and unfolds this year for the community space.
Snippets of the week:
Community of the week:
MIRO Miro is a fast, free, and simple-to-use online whiteboard built to help you collaborate with others any time, anywhere. Miro provides an engaging, intuitive experience with multiple options for real-time collaboration and asynchronous teamwork on an online whiteboard. Their community is the Miro Community Forum, which focuses on adding value through peer to peer interaction from various industries to validate ideas, share knowledge and expertise, give guidance and insight, and connect with each other.
Top 5 articles of the week:
Life as a community manager in Ukraine - Written by Jephtah Abu.
The Magic Triangle article written by Jenny Weigle is a super interesting read that speaks about where communities truly belong.
This Article written by Briaana Leever speaks about the four stages of competence and how it helps to onboard members into a community.
This article written by Rosie Sherry speaks about we need to build a culture of valuing community experience.
What makes a good community leader? - Written by Hugh Hashbrooke.
Join Orbit at Nexus on May 31 a virtual event for community builders. You will learn some great insights and tactics to engage and scale your community.
Join Cmx Connect on a virtual event on May 11th, as they talk to deepen your understanding of community using social-scientific concepts like the socio-ecological model to better manage your community challenges.
Join the CMX Connect Berlin Chapter in a roundtable discussion exploring what the life of a community consultant looks like. If you're serious and want to move forward in this direction, or are simply curious, you should attend the event!
Thank you ❤️
Warm regards to Chris Detzel for being such a lovely contributor. More power to him!
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