10 Community Skills You Can Learn In 1 Month
In less than a month, you can learn how to tackle many of the biggest challenges we face.
We're going to learn how to:
- Select, develop, and design a community platform. You're going to learn how much a community platform should cost, the process for developing a community platform, who to trust, how to develop frameworks, and plenty more.
- Grow a community in a sustainable way. You're going to learn the difference between attracting your first few members and growing a community over the long-term.&
- Scale a community team. You will learn how to find the best community professionals, how to recruit them, how to train them, and how to keep them motivated over the long-term.
- Ensure members privacy and deal with security threats. You will learn how to help members keep their data private and how to know if you're community is being hacked (and how to stop it).
- Increase the level of activity of each member. You're going to learn how to use both specific types of activity and psychological appeals to increase the level of activity of each member.
- Use social media to increase activity. You're going to learn that social media hype is over. There are two very specific ways to use social media to drive growth and activity. We're going to teach you both and how to use each.
- Monetize and harvest benefits from a successful community. What are the proven ways to make money from existing communities? How do we ensure a community generates a clear return on investment.
- Get your members to advocate on your behalf. You're going to learn a range of social triggers that motivate us to participate more in our social groups. You can use each of them to get members to attract others and advocate on behalf your brand.
- Improve your SEO ranking. SEO is rapidly changing and it's a field most of us know little about. We're going to teach you how to make several changes to rank far higher on terms you want to own.
- Develop an actionable community plan. You're going to learn what a community plan really looks like and how is put togeher and becomes actionable.
In addition to that we're going to have workshops the day before with myself, Caty Kobe, Jenn Lopez, and Joe Cothrel. We're also going to have Mumsnet founder, Justine Roberts, on stage to explain how she created a community which changed the nature of UK politics and influenced an election. eModeration will also be hosting an afterparty with a free bar.
The cost to attend is £250. That's about 1 to 2 day's salary for most of us.
Believe me, it's a great deal and we would love to have you there.
The entire FeverBee team will also be around during the week to meet up for coffee, drinks, and food with attendees.
You can sign up here: